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Topic: 3)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//unable to confirm that oval is
conic not ellipse//as insane in math as Jan Bielawski

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plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com

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5)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//Moroney thinks MIT is agreeing
with him--ellipse is conic

Posted: Sep 28, 2017 5:20 PM
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On Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 11:05:20 AM UTC-5, Michael Moroney wrote:
> Sir Failure of Plutonium <plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com> doth faileth thusly:
>

> >On Wednesday, September 27, 2017 at 12:26:33 AM UTC-5, Jan wrote:
>
> >> Yeah yeah, that's all you can do: scream at other people whenever they
> >> simply ask you to back up what you say.

>
> >Now the above two proofs by me are
>
> TWO proofs? So far you haven't provided ONE proof!
>
> Please provide an actual proof!
> All you do is claim you have a proof and post fantasies of mass firings
> of university math departments because you KNOW they know the Dandelin
> Proof is correct and the ellipse is a conic section.


Boston baked bean loser of science Moroney says MIT math dept agrees with him::

MIT
math dept

> Artin, Michael
> Emeritus Professor of Mathematics
>
> Algebraic Geometry, Non-Commutative Algebra




> Bazant, Martin
>
> Professor of Chemical Engineering and Applied Mathematics
>
> Applied Mathematics, Electrokinetics, Microfluidics and Electrochemistry




> Berger, Bonnie
>
> Simons Professor of Mathematics
>
> Theoretical Computer Science, Computational Biological Modeling




> Bezrukavnikov, Roman
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Representation Theory, Algebraic Geometry




> Borodin, Alexei
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Integrable Probability




> Bush, John
>
> Associate Department Head
>
> Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Academic Officer
>
> Fluid Dynamics




> Cheng, Hung
>
> Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Theoretical Physics





> Chernoff, Herman
>
> Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Statistics, Probability



> Cohn, Henry
>
> Adjunct Professor
>
> Discrete Mathematics





> Colding, Tobias Holck
>
> Cecil and Ida Green Distinguished Professor of Mathematics
>
> Pure Mathematics Committee Chair
>
> Differential Geometry, Partial Differential Equations
>
> *On Leave Fall and Spring semesters*



> Demanet, Laurent
>
> Associate Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Applied analysis, Scientific Computing




> Dudley, Richard
>
> Emeritus Professor of Mathematics
>
> Probability, Statistics




> Dunkel, Jörn
>
> Assistant Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Physical Applied Mathematics
>


> Edelman, Alan
>
> Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Parallel Computing, Numerical Linear Algebra, Random Matrices




> Etingof, Pavel
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Representation Theory, Quantum Groups, Noncommutative Algebra




> Freedman, Daniel
>
> Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Theoretical Physics, Supergravity, Supersymmetry



> Goemans, Michel
>
> Interim Department Head
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Theoretical Computer Science, Combinatorial Optimization




> Gorin, Vadim
>
> Assistant Professor of Mathematics
>
> Probability, Representation Theory




> Greenspan, Harvey
>
> Emeritus Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Fluid Mechanics




> Guillemin, Victor
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Differential Geometry




> Guth, Larry
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Metric geometry, harmonic analysis, extremal combinatorics




> Helgason, Sigurdur
>
> Emeritus Professor of Mathematics
>
> Geometric Analysis





> Hosoi, Anette
>
> Professor of Mechanical Engineering
>
> MacVicar Faculty Fellow
>
> Fluid Dynamics, Numerical Analysis




> Jerison, David
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Partial Differential Equations, Fourier Analysis



> Johnson, Steven
>
> Professor of Applied Mathematics
>
> Waves, PDEs, Scientific Computing


> Kac, Victor
>
> Professor of Mathematics
>
> Algebra, Mathematical Physics
>





Date Subject Author
9/27/17
Read 3)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//unable to confirm that oval is
conic not ellipse//as insane in math as Jan Bielawski
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/27/17
Read Re: 3)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//unable to confirm that oval
is conic not ellipse//as insane in math as Jan Bielawski
Jan Bielawski
9/28/17
Read 4)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//easily see why Jan Bielawski
was bounced out of California school
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/28/17
Read Re: 4)Stanford's entire math dept. not fired//easily see why Archimedes Plutonium was bounced out of school
Michael Moroney
9/28/17
Read 5)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//Moroney thinks MIT is agreeing
with him--ellipse is conic
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/28/17
Read Re: 5)Stanford's entire math dept. fired//Moroney thinks MIT is
agreeing with him--ellipse is conic
Jan Bielawski
9/29/17
Read Re: Math Failure Archimedes Plutonium Succeeds at something -- Failing!!!
Michael Moroney
10/2/17
Read Stanford math dept as dumb as Mike Moroney in math??// Conic section
is OVAL, never ellipse
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
10/2/17
Read Re: Stanford math dept as dumb as Mike Moroney in math??// Conic
section is OVAL, never ellipse
Me
10/3/17
Read Re: Stanford math dept as dumb as Mike Moroney in math??// Conic
section is OVAL, never ellipse
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
10/3/17
Read Re: Stanford math dept as dumb as Mike Moroney in math??// Conic
section is OVAL, never ellipse
Me
10/2/17
Read Re: Failure Plutonium's College Guessing Game - Failure #5, Stanford!!!
Michael Moroney
10/3/17
Read Re: Stanford math dept as dumb as Mike Moroney in math??// Conic
section is OVAL, never ellipse
Jan Bielawski

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