## Maths & Biology

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### Maths & Biology

I am currently doing mathematical research on the probability that 1 + 1 = 2. I am working with some university contacts on this.

I have a theory that the based on the way brain operates, 1 + 1 is probably not 2. I am working on a mathematical proof to justify this theory.

If it is true, then it could have huge implications for the study of biology. If not, it is a very interesting geeky theory.

Still confused on a few things and getting advice before formally presenting my theory.

I have a theory that the based on the way brain operates, 1 + 1 is probably not 2. I am working on a mathematical proof to justify this theory.

If it is true, then it could have huge implications for the study of biology. If not, it is a very interesting geeky theory.

Still confused on a few things and getting advice before formally presenting my theory.

My theory is related to sensory perception and I believe that understanding how the brain interprets multiple sources of data may be a necessary part of understanding how the brain works. Hence, the mathematics. I just saw the proof as being useful as a conversation starter. I don't agree with the common binary approach that Biologists use when trying to understand the brain.

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