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Janna Levin discusses how important math and science are in life, even if everything in them are not completely understood. It makes me question what is real and what is not. Her book that she wrote on Turing and Godel really explains how the mathematicians shaped the technology that we have today (i.e. Turing and the computer). She also explains just how amazing the universe really is. She says in the interview that although she doesn't necessarily believe that God created the universe but she also says that Math \cannot necessarily disprove the existence of God either. She also explains that free will is not completely free because we are all binded by the laws of physics. "If something randomly falls in a certain way, how is that a gesture of will?" (25:32)