When i think of any theory that has it's origins by using calculations i can't ignore the fact that math itself is an imaginary tool to explain the real world.

Why would i say this ?

Well the best way to explain this is by giving an example :

We all know that 1+1=2 but if you ask a programmer what the outcome would be he would surely say 1+1=0 (binary model).

If you would ask a biologist the same question then he would say 1+1=1 (1 spermcell+1 fertile egg = 1 newborn)

And so on.

So you see the implications of the different uses of mathematical solutions on a real world.

The Universe explaind by either a Math scientist, a programmer or biologist would have a very different outcome when their ('proven') science is adepted as such.

Using a standard formula is impossible just because there is no standard model to start with.

All the above mentioned formulas depends on agreements of the different fields of expertise.

In other words :

Calculations can't not be used to predict the outcome of an event (in some cases it can but that should be considered as an exception in my opinion) even if those calculations seem to fit reality.

Actually math itself is contradicting just by looking at the seemingly neverending number we call Pi.

P.S.: as programmer i know for example that it is impossible to create a perfect circle, so any attempt of creating a computer model of the universe is doomed to fail simply because of incapability of equipment to create a perfect sphere or circle. Even the 3d models created by the latest high-tech 3d technology are not perfect when zoomed in, although we come close to achieving it.