Math seems to assert that everything in our universe exists within some spectrum. For example, consider the number line: a spectrum of infinitely progressing integers. The values increase in an infinitely positive direction, and decrease in an infinitely negative direction. Yet within just this single number line there are endless relationships, positions, and values that can all be described with remarkable precision and clarity. Even when you add a perpendicular number line to this original single line, you still have a Cartesian plane wherein nearly every geometric shape imaginable has a well established formula that defines its shape. We can make predictions based upon these formulae, but what does all this fancy logic really say about the universe in which we exist? It seems reasonable to infer that all matter exists within our universe in much the same way that all points of any value can exist on a Cartesian plane. But does this mean that everything can be described by a mathematical language of quantity and unique relationships and/or patterns? Is creating a universe of order really as easy as drawing perpendicular lines?