A person suffering from the usual laypersons' extreme confusions about the nature of mathematics posted the question linked above. Might I be right in guessing that it was closed as "not about mathematics" because of those confusions?
If it had been open, I might have posted as an answer what I posted as a comment:
Your erroneous assertion that computers can do advanced math is the clearest indication of where you're coming from. Let's take an example: "Twin primes" are prime numbers like $101$ and $103$ that differ by $2.$ Nobody knows whether there are infinitely many of them, although Euclid showed in about 300 BC that there are infinitely many primes. Suppose you ask a computer: Are there infinitely many twin primes? A computer can't answer that any more than a computer can tell you whether Purgatory exists. But you may use a computer in your efforts to answer those questions.
Would that be worthless as a way of beginning to enlighten someone about mathematics? Might it not have had that effect on many who saw it? Does that not further this site's purpose? This is supposed to be about mathematics at all levels. Does that include the level of those who harbor these typical laypersons' confusions?
(To me this seems like gratuitous disrespect to someone who posted in good faith. But my questions are above.)