Yes and the ratio is always the same. It never changes.
So is the speed of light, Planck's constant, and Newton's constant. But so what? Numbers are just a convenient way to express certain realities, but we also do the same with words or pictures. You have to be able to dissect between "reality" and "description of reality" - the latter being done with written words, pictures, sound (oral communication), and numbers, all of which are human constructs. When I say, "this is a tree", that is a statement which I can make by writing it or saying it orally. It is a human construct. The tree has its own existence, independently of whether I say that statement or not. But the statement only exists because there are humans who can utter or scribble that statement. Similarly, I can say, "on the other side of the road, there is a sheep, next to it, another sheep, next to that one, another sheep". Or I can say, "on the other side of the road, there are 3 sheep." There is no different reality in these two descriptions, but in the second one, I described that reality with a more convenient way, using 1+1+1 = 3. But both are "descriptions of reality", that is, human constructs. If I had 17 sheep instead of 3, the first type of description - enumerating them one by one - would be quite inconvenient and boring to say the least, but it would still be a valid "description of reality." Of course with math, I can do a lot more abstractions than if I didn't have math - trying to do Quantum Mechanics (see here
) or General Relativity (see here
) without math would be nearly impossible. I can make a similar argument with language: without it, how far do you think we would have progressed in our understanding of the universe? Not much. We have a better understand of the real world with language, math, art, music, etc. - all human constructs. It's testimony of the creativity of the human mind.