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The mathematics of astrophysics is far more complicated. That scientists say the brain is the most complex organ we know. So will mathematics evolve to tackle such complexity? Or does the required math already exist and all we need is time?

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What do you mean by a new kind of mathematics? do you mean a new subfield like category theory or cellular automata? –  metacompactness Dec 7 '13 at 19:40

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