I never said math was NOT mystical. Who are you arguing with?
> Quantum mechanics looks mystical because it must be worked in highly
> abstract math.
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Perhaps that is one reason, but there are lots of other situations
which can only be approached using highly abstract math, which are not
taken to be mystical. Example: fluid mechanics - everybody is familiar
with the 'meniscus', but it is staggeringly difficult to predict, since
it requires the solution of an extremely complicated nonlinear partial
differential equation: even more complicated than the Schrodinger
equation as it looks in, say, Bell's Theorem. But nobody says that
fluid mechanics looks mystical, while people will say that Bell's
Theorem requires a certain 'mystical' interpretation of quantum
mechanics... that is due to that "conscious observation" makes,
or seems to make, a difference in the outcome of events, which, I
assert, is why quantum mechanics appears mystical.
-JPSchneider