Ordinary language includes mathematics.

“One, two, three, four” is ordinary language. “The thing turned right” is ordinary language (it’s also multiplication by -i).

Feynman was right, he just neglected to specify that the ordinary language needed to explain physics would necessarily include the math subset of it.

Ordinary language includes mathematics.

“One, two, three, four” is ordinary language. “The thing turned right” is ordinary language (it’s also multiplication by -i).

Feynman was right, he just neglected to specify that the ordinary language needed to explain physics would necessarily include the math subset of it.