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Topic: hilbert's third problem
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GS Chandy

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From: Hyderabad, Mumbai/Bangalore, India
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Re: hilbert's third problem
Posted: Aug 14, 2013 9:23 PM
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Frank Zubek posted Aug 14, 2013 8:42 PM (http://mathforum.org/kb/message.jspa?messageID=9209285)):
>
> GSC; wrote;
> That *Mission* will require the *integration* of
> ideas from all *stakeholders* in the *system*. Words
> enclosed within *...* contain some 'technical
> meaning' (beyond what's available in any conventional
> dictionary); some of this meaning will come through
> when you start understanding 'systems thinking'. No
> 'genius' can do it, though obviously the
> contributions of geniuses would be most helpful.
>
> - -------------------------
> fz; I'm not sure if you herd of the spiral
> curriculum. In any case that is what the contemporary
> education is based up on. USA, Canada, Australia,
> have probably the WORST curriculum on the world wide
> stage. I remember when little we had the same books
> on math, they were passed down from year to year,
> same math, here we have new books every year math is
> rewrriten, guys like Kirby promoting nonsense which
> he can not back up, you advocating collective
> solution thinking.
> Sure a collaboration is OK like in space tech.,
> nuclear energy, medical research,
> but in general it does not work on the day to day
> base.
> But hey lets promote synergetics, lets reroute all
> what we knew, lets redirect, lets rewrite science,
> history, and lets replace it with political
> correctness which dominates this already crumbling
> system.
>

OK. You're all-wise and you know everything. (But you may find it useful to learn how to express yourself clearly).

GSC



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