Thank you for reading my essay, I read them all, and I voted for those who deserve.
I reread your essay, and it is interesting, if I understand well, what you say that the mathematics is only a means to obtain a computer calculus (or in old days hand calculation) of a real phenomenon, so that if we use the brain to create a physical equation then a calculation analogous to organic computation (quantum computer simulation, parallel computer, etc.) could get interesting results to obtain physical equations.
I think that mathematics is pure imagination, pure symbolic play, and the "shut up and calculate" is - for me - a mathematical point of view (you have the game rules, follow them).
The three filter paradox is interesting because it can extend the logic (the filter like brackets), and with different routes I had thought that the logic can be represented by bracketing of symbols (if the elementary operation are binary and asymmetric).
Is it possible quantum calculus, with lasers and semitransparent glass and filters, using Zeilinger apparatus with multiple layers?
A good essay make you think, so your essay is a good essay.