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Mathematical discussions and pursuits.enFinal video on the last 3 claims which includes a theorem your moronic educators should have told you, but didn't know.
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To find out how the 5th postulate is very much PROVABLE and to learn a simple but striking new geometric theorem about NON-PARALLEL lines, you'll have to watch the video: https://youtu.be/ExMk90-ENs0 For centuries academic morons with no aptitude for mathematics have been going baboon overhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/sI9wvJvpXFA
John GabrielMon, 25 Jul 2016 09:56:02 UTC5th edition of Correcting Math textbook, starting with page 16
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PAGE16 Notre Dame Univ, Journal of Symbolic Logic, 1993 and Infinitude of Twin Primes/ Correcting Math 5th ed. Notre Dame Univ, Journal of Symbolic Logic, 1993 and Infinitude of Twin Primes (-22-) Mind you, not all science journals prior to the Internet were venues of science trivia andhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/OmVnMBAsxpc
Archimedes PlutoniumMon, 25 Jul 2016 05:57:34 UTCWas the calculus ever made rigorous?
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BIG DECEPTION - PART 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJvy7ul1O3Q BIG DECEPTION - PART 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieFTwPwnNxI BIG DECEPTION - PART 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6roMXD4w3RYhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/SGQjTgDREsE
John GabrielSun, 24 Jul 2016 18:44:34 UTCrevising the Maxwell theory by the solo concept-- going around in circle
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The Fusion Barrier Principle says that the Faraday law is 1/3 less in energy content than the Ampere law. So if you want to commercialize fusion energy, you will never succeed for to control any machine that harnesses fusion, you spend more than 1/3 more in energy to control the machine than anyhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/YNepkt_aQ4E
Archimedes PlutoniumSun, 24 Jul 2016 16:30:28 UTCSet theory - a disaster from the beginning.
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Using the set theoretical construction of numbers, you can arrive at the conclusion that 1=2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkSE6NoOptQ Watch many more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClBbBVLs3M-d3dNgU4Vop_Ahttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/pX7rxAAj9mY
John GabrielSun, 24 Jul 2016 13:46:23 UTCDouble cover of the Mathieu Group M23
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I was looking in vain for permutation representations for the above. Whilst generators can be looked up easily in the Atlas for M23 there isn't a mention of this index two extension of M23 (there is though for M22) I should mention I do have a finite presentation for the M23 double coverhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/3f4gtcQyUIY
MSNTNDRSun, 24 Jul 2016 11:29:16 UTCRe: Sttements of matheologians
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In article <46298ef8-a39b-4a52-855b-ac4a634ba9f1@googlegroups.com>, WM <wolfgang.m...@hs-augsburg.de> wrote: > "The notion of actual vs. potential infinity is simply not required in modern > mathematics." In Mathematics, Cantor is provably right, in saying both Card(Q) = Card(N) andhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/FN0-6wMa_mI
VirgilSat, 23 Jul 2016 18:23:35 UTCEquivalent terms in a math writing
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Taras Banakh defines normal quasi-uniform spaces on a given topology (the exact definition is not important here). From a Taras Banakh article: "A topological space X is called normally quasi-uniformizable if the topology of X is generated by a normal quasi-uniformity." I also define normalhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/dbL0Lt5aDjU
Victor PortonSat, 23 Jul 2016 12:47:28 UTCStatements of Matheologians
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"Anonymous elements (even in countable models, where they could be labeled in principle, but just don't happen to be in practice) are absolutely key to all kinds of results in this field". [George Greene] "If all nodes of a path have been deleted, that does not mean you ever deleted thehttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/RvhgqN3SzB4
WMSat, 23 Jul 2016 11:59:59 UTCEnglish terms (general topology)
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uniformity -> uniformizable proximity -> proximizable? or proximitizable? -- Victor Porton - http://portonvictor.orghttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/WGDF_L-PBaw
Victor PortonSat, 23 Jul 2016 11:51:16 UTCWriting a sudoku solver that solves by linear programming
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There are a few references discussing how sudoku can be solved by linear programming. I would like to code this, but I also want to implement the linear programming part from scratch, rather than calling (for example) a matlab function. Here are two references I could use: http://langvillea.phttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/v2rIiaWvtrs
PaulSat, 23 Jul 2016 10:30:29 UTCThe 5 claims.
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Euclid meant to write this in Book 1, Def 4: A straight line is a line which lies evenly with ALL the points on any other line with the same length. The Ancient Greeks were unbelievably smart. The implication of the original statement implies that the lines discussed must be of *equal length*.https://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/mS2EHqWOEaY
John GabrielSat, 23 Jul 2016 07:50:04 UTCOn simple roots of the origin and continuous
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On simple roots of the origin and continuous One might have that there's only one numerical continuum, because there's an origin. The origin is everywhere. It is from simple logical (and purely logical) constructs in this manner that such rich features of foundations as a mathematicalhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/EhpvWIhoSFM
Ross A. FinlaysonSat, 23 Jul 2016 04:10:27 UTCOn some quote from R. von Mises on roots of probability theory (1957)
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On some quote from R. von Mises on roots of probability theory (1957) "(1) Starting with the notion of a collective and the definition of probability as a limiting value of relative frequency, all the Laws of Large Numbers have a clear and unambiguous meaning free from contradictions. Each ofhttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/_znvaFqIGUc
Ross A. FinlaysonSat, 23 Jul 2016 04:06:02 UTCdiff equation for a string on guitar
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y" + k1 y´ + k2 y + k3 sin(k4 * sin(k5 y))= 0 all k`s is g l1 l2 m perhaps runge kutta inside numbercruncher can dot for specifick`shttps://groups.google.com/d/topic/sci.math/ndrOdHaS0C0
torleif hanssonFri, 22 Jul 2016 20:27:02 UTC