A few weeks ago in a flat earth argument a believer mocked me for "believing that mathematics proves anything". When I challenged this, he came back with the following ;
I had seen this before, and I was able to explain what the actual point probably was. But I was curious about the origin of the quite, and Googling seems only to produce more repitions of thd quote, without a precise source. Does anyone have more info about where and when Tesla said this, if he did?
Mike Friedman. . 2 weeks ago. . Graham Warner I’m not the only one suggesting that mathematics is trickery. Check out this famous quote by Nikola Tesla. He seems to share the same philosophy:
“Today's scientists have substituted mathematics for experiments, and they wander off through equation after equation, and eventually build a structure which has no relation to reality.”