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10/8/17
1 Read Putnam Test//Can or cannot Terence Tao speak for or against// Proof
1/2 is Irrational for Putnam test// asks the Swiss Jan Burse
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
10/8/17
3 Read Perpetual Motion of Water in Electric Field Pentcho Valev
10/8/17
1 Read What is the most complex object? alal65536@gmail.com
10/8/17
1 Read Vladimir Voevodsky, Revolutionary Mathematician, Dies at 51 bursejan@gmail.com
10/8/17
3 Read Re: There are no axioms or postulates in Greek mathematics, only in mythmatics. Markus Klyver
10/8/17
1 Read Re: I am the first mathematician in history to realise that the
fundamental theorem of calculus is derived in ONE step from the Mean Value Theorem
bursejan@gmail.com
10/8/17
4 Read Re: I am the first mathematician in history to realise that the
fundamental theorem of calculus is derived in ONE step from the Mean Value Theorem
Markus Klyver
10/8/17
2 Read Re: I am the first mathematician in history to realise that the
fundamental theorem of calculus is derived in ONE step from the Mean Value Theorem
zelos.malum@gmail.com
10/8/17
23 Read When has countability been separted from listability? wolfgang.mueckenheim@hs-augsburg.de
10/8/17
5 Read Why Gravitational Waves Don't Exist Pentcho Valev
10/8/17
65 Read What is the real number? bassam king karzeddin
10/8/17
44 Read Unreal fiction numbers implies unreal fiction angles too bassam king karzeddin
10/8/17
8 Read Re: It is a very bad idea and nothing less than stupid to define 1/3
= 0.333...
bursejan@gmail.com
10/8/17
17 Read Re: reason why 1=.99999....99(10/9) and why 1/3 = .333333......33(1/3),
never that nonsense 1=.999.... 1/3 = .3333.....
bursejan@gmail.com
10/8/17
2 Read Re: NEW! Baby Definition of number for FIRST graders (aka mythmatics
professors): A number is the measure of a magnitude.
Markus Klyver
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