It's really hard to be correct. Every statement you make is like an incision, like making a line in a photoshop picture or a surgeon choosing where to make a cut; you are necessarily getting some things wrong. Every sentence is an incision saying what is and isn't and every line is making mistakes.
So you try to be more right than wrong. You try to write the lines that are really worth reading. You try to be wrong in an interesting way.
The attraction of math and physics is the simplicity of it and the possibility of statements that make no mistakes, which is very refreshing and comforting. But the problem is you can only talk about the simple world. You can only talk about one system.
Life is a near infinite number of systems overlapping each other. You can't live only within math and physics. They don't have answers for life, death, morality. Or, if they do, we lack the capacity to calculate them (this is why quantum computing really is so exciting). In any case, as they exist now, they cannot answer our most complex and important questions. So we have to make the incisions we think best based on our logic, experience, and intuition. And the strength to admit when we have cut out too much.
Trying to write the most correct lines I can.