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Anyways, does anyone here have any interest in this stuff

or some understanding of how far it all goes, this attempt to codify all mathematical objects and relations between them?

or how doing this appears to simplify things considerably, in that mathematics is actually mind bogglingly simple?

Mathematicians will always be keen to identify what their most fundamental mathematical objects must be. Physicist's are keen to know what their most fundamental physical object or "atoms" would be, mathematicians are much the same.

It is simple and Mathematicians are probably only working with and manipulating a very small class or category of structures, all built from what are probably just a small set of atomic objects.

I'd like to apologise for the monologue here.But I find that attempting to be expository about what I think I'm doing can be useful, so I'll carry on.