> On 21 Apr., 21:57, Ralf Bader <ba...@nefkom.net> wrote: > >> Yesterday I had another look > > it must be a very attractive book > >> into the copy of his "bestseller" > > In fact it is with quotation marks: > http://www.hs-augsburg.de/~mueckenh/Infinity/Bestseller.pdf > >> collecting >> the dust in a bookstore I sometimes visit. > > Are you spreading that dust? Usually my book does not stay for a long > time in a book shop. > >> There I read about Mückenheim's >> way of introducing quantifiers. It involved, as an example, the solutions >> of the equation x^3 = 1, and the two assertions >> a: There exists a real solution of that equation >> b: All solutions of that equation are real >> After introducing \lambda as an abbreviation for "solution of the >> equation x^3 = 1" the above assertions are reformulated, using what >> Mückenheim seems to think are quantifiers, as >> a': E\lambda: \lambda is real >> b': A\lambda: \lambda is real- > > The former is declared as a correct math statement, the latter is > declared as a false math statement. > Too difficult for you to understand?
You are so incredibly stupid. The matter is that the garbage you composed is no mathematical statement at all. If you were not completely deaf and dumb it might have occurred to you that the phrase "what Mückenheim seems to think are quantifiers" has been used purposefully, and that purpose has nothing to do with the reality of solutions of that equation.