
why the nonscientist has such a difficult time of comprehending what a contradiction is and what it means
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Nov 2, 2013 6:34 PM


On Saturday, November 2, 2013 3:13:23 PM UTC5, Wally W. wrote: > On Sat, 2 Nov 2013 13:06:50 0700 (PDT), Archimedes Plutonium wrote: > (snip) > > Okay, your "geometry" can't handle points less than 10^603 units of > > distance (are those lightyears or microns?) apart. >
There are few things in physics of over 10^200. There is nothing I know of in physics that is 10^300. So 10^603 is a safe bet that infinity of physics and math is there. In fact, if you could comprehend mathematics and my demonstration that the pseudosphere surface area matches the related sphere area when in the region of 10^603, you would begin to see that infinity for mathematics is 10^603.
My geometry is far better than yours for yours is a contradiction of point and line, and worse, yours cannot yield any Calculus.
> > > You have created a system where the butterfly effect can't exist below > > the precision of your measurements. >
What a silly irrelevant topic. Those lacking in logic have about every other sentence as a irrelevant topic.
> > > Nice step backwards! >
Nice step forwards for me, and you were never in the subject of math or science. You were a total outsider.
> > > Maybe you have something to teach Aristotle. >
Another irrelevancy. I am sure you are incurably unteachable, for you have no logic to build up any science.
> > > Your new geometry is of limited usefulness in the 21st century.
Coming from somebody who was never in math or science.
My advice to you, although you are too gloated and arrogant, is why not try to learn from others rather than your "snit and snivel" on others who have something to say.
Please, no more from you, because you obviously have no math content of note.
AP

