On 3/24/2013 5:01 PM, WM wrote: > On 24 Mrz., 22:44, fom <fomJ...@nyms.net> wrote: > >> The fact of the matter is this: you do not know >> enough mathematics to do these things. > > > On 24 Mrz., 22:44, fom <fomJ...@nyms.net> wrote: > >> The fact of the matter is this: you do not know >> enough mathematics to do these things. > > A failed canduídate of mathematics is certainly not in the position to > judge. >
You are confused.
I did not -- and, have never -- failed in an academic setting. My reasons for not being able to continue involved personal health and limited finances.
As for your personal accomplishments, congratulations.
However, do you really want me to comment on those?
One of the strange things about mathematics is that it has a very small demand for high-level texts. There are books on my shelves that cost me more than your entire set of publications. The collected works of Lesniewski is one such book,
It cost me one week's pay. Generally, I need to utilize used book stores. But, I am well aware of the market values in these matters and what they imply.
So, let us not *really* consider your publications too closely. They are not the sophisticated mathematics that you claim to understand when you post your political messages but cannot define your terms.
I hope your readers really do take some time to consider this part of the thread. When someone with an advanced degree disagrees with them, they are almost invariably subjected to this kind of nonsense.
I once had a Master's candidate tell me that an elasticity function in economics (a multiplicative inverse of a differential term) was a simple derivative when it was something else. Instead of looking at the definitions and verifying his claims, he merely asserted that his position in graduate school meant that he was right and I was wrong.
What you demonstrate by not meeting the requests for proper mathematical expostion is that certain things never change.
As for misinterpreted philosophy, I am more than ready to discuss your philosophy when you actually begin answering questions when they are posed to you.