Do particle physicists and cladists understand the context?

When one works with GIT (geographical information technology), one realizes that each object has two aspects – properties and a position. The problem with this fact is, however, that if all objects in the world have these two aspects, then the number of objects in the world is finite (given that the world is finite), since no object can occupy the same position as another object, because it means that facts contradict our partitioning of the world itself, since objects are infinitely divisible in our partitioning of the world.

These two facts mean that our problem is not finding “The Truth”, but rather avoiding the fact that there isn’t any (which the latest advances in mathematics also do). The question is if particle physicists and cladists understand this context.

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