Perhaps you should write a book called "The English (language) Universe", see how many copies it'll sell in Denmark or China.

What are you trying to prove, that the concept of a mathematical universe is woo? And you're just being polite in offering that Tegmark is not woo?

That Tegmark in reality IS a joke who doesn't know the difference between mathematics and English? Or at least, that my interpretation of Tegmark is woo, correct?

OK, I can accept that I'm falling short on explaining how I understand Tegmark.

Perhaps this podcast may help. I'm sure no one will listen to this but perhaps dropping the name will take the focus off me and place it in the hands of a scientist who's expertise is unquestionable and who has some very nice things to say about Tegmark and the book. Note that they are not talking about an English (language) Universe, but about a Mathematical Universe, i.e a universe with only mathematical properties!

Sam Harris with Max Tegmark 1 : Our Mathematical Universe