Information, mathematics,and the consciousness of the universe

A New Scientist article began with a now familiar refrain:

They call it the “unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics.” Physicist Eugene Wigner coined the phrase in the 1960s to encapsulate the curious fact that merely by manipulating numbers we can describe and predict all manner of natural phenomena with astonishing clarity…

The article by Michael […]

Scientific American Guest Blog Link

I’m planning to post something new this week, but I would also like to share the link to my guest blog for Scientific American that was posted last week. The title of the piece is: To What Extent Do We See With Mathematics?

Hope you enjoy it.