I'm curious what everybody has to say about Norman Wildberge's book "Divine Proportions" which poses an alternate approach to trigonometry with respect to his critique of modern mathematics, saying that much of modern mathematics is too convoluted and inaccessable to non-specialists, due to it's inefficient organization. In his web site he identified problems in mathematics, and though it seems everyone is arguing about whether infinite set theory and other parts of mathematics are really in err, he attempts to begin a solution in his book. I would like to know how well others think his book solves his stated issues with mathematics. Is it accessible to students? Does it make mathematics easier? Is it powerful enough to deal with real world problems, or can it be expanded to deal with real world problems? Does it depend on wildly verbose and cryptic mathematics to justify it's existence, or does his definitions satisfy fundamental requirements? If his mathematics is a good solution to his stated problem then don't get mad. Anger is frustration in those who can't control themselves, who try to control others.