This page circulates around two overlapping themes of theories.

“Math”, which is set equations governed by traditional scientific methodology, is also joined by chemistry, physics, quantum physics, etc, as other hard sciences that use mathematical equations to understand the physical world.

This page also looks at another group, “Philosophical Theory Equations,” which I group together as things such as economics, biology, psychology, philosophy, etc. These fields will commonly use other scientific methodologies instead of math, though also math, to theorise understandings. This is due to them generally involving understanding human behaviour and human constructs such as the economy and society.

Philosophical theory equations and mathematical equations are both ways of understanding the world in very strong terms. The list of research could be summarised as “rules” to explain the world.

This page circulates around two overlapping themes of theories.

- What is a Rigid Designator? Carneades | Saul Kripke
- The Fermi Paradox: Are We Alone in the Universe?
- ci sono più cose in cielo e in terra… selezionato da silvia nascetti [There are more things in heaven and on earth] Silvia Nascetti
- The Fibonacci Sequence FibonacciNumbers0112
- Mathematics and sex
- Exploring the Pareto Principle
- The mathematics of weight loss

- NewDeterminism
- Social projection Wikipedia
- Quantum entanglement Wikipedia
- Human Height Our World in Data
- Napoleon complex
- Welfare state
- Meritocracy
- Flow (psychology)
- Other (philosophy)
- Self
- Sensitivity and specificity
- Praxeology
- Asset Specificity
- Marginalism
- Supply and Demand
- The diamond–water paradox
- First-order logic
- Lanchester’s laws
- Fitt’s Law
- Pareto Principle
- Lotka’s law
- Price’s law