There will be always room for improvement. Only our theories are perfect. In practice, they’re merely “good enough for us at this point in history”, which is fine.

Computer programs are a part of nature, because we are a part of nature and we created the computer programs.

But as it’s a microcosm, as with any conceptualization, which is simplification of ‘the thing’, it’s going to lose many details in the simplification.

Math +can’t+ fully recreate nature but it can come close enough to a human’s satisfaction of what nature is, until future generations laugh at the low-resolution of our creations and try to improve it.

There will be always room for improvement. Only our theories are perfect. In practice, they’re merely “good enough for us at this point in history”, which is fine.

Still, the limitations of today’s technology is something I bang my head against every single day. We’re SO FAR BEHIND from where I think we ought to be.

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