By Michel Genard
According to Wikipedia, reality means "the
state of things as they actually exist.” The concept of existence can be
elusive, because to exist, something doesn’t need to be real; it just
needs to have its own relevance. Often we humans use simplified terms to
explain complex concepts or situations and we describe phenomena in
mathematical equations. We do it all the time in many domains such as
philosophy, physics, nuclear, and chemistry, and it works.