On Wednesday, July 17, 2013 8:34:06 AM UTC-5, Victor Porton wrote: > Arturo Magidin wrote: > > > > > What little I have read shows that you are a lousy writer. So much so that > > > it is impossible to render accurate judgements as to the quality of your > > > mathematics. Which puts you all the closer to the crank camp. > > > > Maybe it may help if you read my short slides presentation before reading my > > book.
That is a preposterous proposition. If you can write slides intelligibly, you should be able to write a book and exposition even better. Since you apparently cannot do the latter, I doubt your ability to do the former and will not waste my time.
> > > > However to read the presentation you need to know about basic topology > > (including proximity spaces and pretopologies), order theory, lattices, > > Galois connections, co-brouwerian lattices before reading my slides.
As it happens, dear boy, I happen to know a lot about all of those topics. So my lack of appreciation of your prose does not come, as you so backhandedly imply, from ignorance.
> (To read the book the only pre-requisite for the contrary is basic set > > theory.) > > > > My slides where the basics of my work are presented to be easily readable: > > > > http://www.mathematics21.org/binaries/present.pdf > > > > Because the slides are short, you can read it quickly. Maybe it may help to > > understand my book read afterward.
Maybe one day you will drop the attitude and get a clue. For example: soliciting a nomination for the Abel prize is silly; soliciting on the basis of a VERY BADLY written self-published book is ludicrous. Doing so in sci.math is just plain stupid.