The only thing determined in reply #870 is that god and love both only exist in the mind. Not sure why that should be viewed as some sort of triumph for you.
Bolded for emphasis. Many people make the same mistake that you are making. You think that proving the existence of something is proving that that thing exist physically. Existence does not stop with the physical world.
I know that, I was asking "history wise" the difference between them relative to time.Love is an emotion and math is not, no matter how much time has passed.
I know that!(and you are right) Let me explain to you with an example.
If I ask "what is the difference between Math and me? history wise" I'm looking for the answer along the line : "Math has always existed and I have a certain age" not "I am human and Math is not, no matter how much time has passed" You see the difference?
Math is not the same when you look to the extremes. (infinite and such) Is math only measurement of quantities? Isn't that numbers?
Plus, couldn't I say that love exist externally because the feeling is universal? We need to think more deeply about math.
There are certainly elements of mathematics that are not yet fully understood, but that does not bolster your assertions at all. Ultimately, yes, math is the measurement of quantities. We use numbers to represent those quantities. You can say whatever you want but that doesn't make it true.
Where do you see me asserting anything? I'm just asking questions there and you seem to be dodging the answer with "You can say whatever you want but that doesn't make it true"
Love and math are not the same thing, no matter what you say.
I know! stop it...I don't know what you are trying to accomplish here.
Without your mind (let's say after you lose part of your brain after an accident) you couldn't count them but you could still feel loved.There would still be 2 mountains regardless of whether anyone was around to count them. And it is more than a bit presumptuous for you to assume what every person who has lost part of their brain can feel.
Bold for emphasis. See? I didn't say WILL feel loved or WON'T be able to count them. Stop insulting me.
Care to try again with different answers?
What is so different (history wise) between Hate and Math?
How do you know that Math is not just in your brain? That it exist outside your mind?