> On May 31, 2:28 pm, tommy1729 <tommy1...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > <snip> > > > i guess JAMES HARRIS is a field medalist ? > > No, definitely not, but he was a member of a High-IQ > society (snicker) > with his buddy Quinn Tyler Jackson. They probably > let Harris in since > they needed the dues. > > Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
ok , NOW im laughing :-)
> > <snip> > > > so 1/3 * 3 = 0.99999...+3*(1/(3h))=0.9999...+(1/h) > = 1 > > > > nice hmm :-D > > > > but of course useless. > > > > Not a useless exercise if it leads to better > understanding by others. > > Now, if some mathematical "proof" or exercise leads > to a contradiction > of accepted mathematics, then it would be useless, or > at least > paradoxical until someone resolved it.
glad you like my example :-)
> > Same with the twin paradox in relativity. Oh, how > some people cannot > figure that out, and so they can't or won't accept > the explanation > from physicists. You should see Dirk Van de > moortel's webpage called > Immortal Fumbles. Very funny. >