Will: I'm a student of patterns. At heart, I'm a physicist. I look at everything in my life as trying to find the single equation, the theory of everything.
He proceeds to give two examples of irrefutable patterns in the universe -- the sun rising and setting every day (which is a result of the Earth's orbit, and is every bit as much a "pattern" as the distance between your house and the bus stop remaining the same every time you walk it), and the way people win Academy Awards. Incidentally, Will Smith stumps himself on that second pattern as he is describing it:
Will: The patterns are all over the place, but for whatever reason, it's really difficult to find the patterns in Best Actress.
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When you're a celebrity, words mean whatever you want them to mean.
Luckily, he passed his pattern-spotting power on to Jaden. Otherwise, not another living soul in this world would have any idea what the hell he was talking about:
Jaden: I think that there is that special equation for everything, but I don't think our mathematics have evolved enough for us to even- I think there's, like, a whole new mathematics that we'd have to learn to get that equation.
Will: I agree with that.
Jaden: It's beyond mathematical. It's, like, multidimensional mathematical, if you can sort of understand what I'm saying.
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"Never take mathematics advice from someone wearing a white suit." -Steven Hawking