David Moran wrote: > <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > news:email@example.com... > >I think that the easiest way to ease some of you into accepting what > > has been happening for years with my research is to point out to you > > that math is cruel. --------- > > But math IS cruel. ------ > > It is human nature to rail against cruel fate. It is human nature to > > push against the rules when they burn. It is human nature to deny > > truths that hurt. > > But it is reality that always wins in the end. > > James Harris > > Math is cruel if you don't know anything about it, like you. Tell me, why do > you refuse to learn anything? Apparently, you like to be known as a > crackpot. > > Dave
May be there is something in what a fearful,unprogressive and a cornered mind tells itself... the thoughts, the psychology.
" I cannot,nay,I don't want to learn anything new "
" I am sure of what I know. I am secure with what I know.What I don't know is a risk.It is like losing capital in business.If I don't understand that new stuff or aspect, that's putting me further down again. Knowing more is always such pain "
" Knowing more of detailed information that others are better at, it's their forte, so is a potential loss,so it is a defeat to me either way "
" If I learn a new thing, I lost an issue by by the very action of leaving the old, and that is my defeat already anyway, so let me stick to my guns. Others just don't understand! "