They are the same, everywhere in the Universe.
Not even Einstein would have claimed that. We have barely crossed the heliopause, and you can claim that we know that physics works exactly the same everywhere? (I'm assuming you mean physics, because nothing anyone has said would entail numeric systems being invalidated.) Rather arrogant, isn't it? As far as we can tell there are somewhere between 7 and 29 dimensions, of which we have only very limited knowledge of three (four if you consider time a dimension). Try reading 'Flatland' for a hint at how some of those other dimensions might interact with ours.