NO.

No to what?

Are you saying you disagree with my statement:

I can mathematically describe a universe with laws that are rational, but which would allow no common-sense assumptions for us.

?

to the first enquiry: YES lol

second: I

*could try and* mathematically describe a universe with laws that are rational, but which would allow no common-sense assumptions for us.

[slight modification]

Mathematics is an absgtractual art. It makes rationality because 2+2=4, and the integral of x is (x_f-x_i) - so these are rationalities we can understand.

However, mathematics has failed quite pitifully when concerning predictions. Whilst there have been many predictions an then varified to be true, relied on pure simple deduction i.e. kinetic energy using algebraic methods (i can show you them if you wish).. anyway.

Then physics turns a new thing at us. Concepts like cause and effect, zero-point energy, inflation, dark matter the whole shebang seems greately incomprehnsible. As i do believe the wise Einstein said something like ''What is incomprehensible is that the universe is comprehensible.''

He meant this because when we use non-classical theories they have to be bizarre to the point where one concedes them to be irrational at best relative to how our minds work.

Understand now?