On 3/12/2014 7:23 AM, Martin Shobe wrote: > On 3/12/2014 12:57 AM, John Gabriel wrote: >> @Shobe: >> >> >>> I get it. I even get what you are trying (and failing) to do. >> >> You don't get squat!!!! >> >>> I used all of that to arrive at my conclusion. By your construction, >>> there are no incommensurable magnitudes since any magnitude (AB) is a >>> multiple of the >> unit AB : AB. >> >> That's simply not true. It's not even close to what I claim. What a >> moron!!! >> >> You must be a Wizard Of Oz clone. > > Of course I didn't say you claimed it. It's just a consequence of what > you do claim. > > Martin Shobe >
Via contradiction or no? If it's not via contradiction then in a sense it would be part of the theory about the things as they are that can vaguely be described here as numbers with their features.
Quite, then Shobe, what there is to "make sense" of what JG "claims", here it is that for integer n, m solutions with y = mx + n have a form, that in what is otherwise an approximation or series of terms, here has the property that the rest of the terms cancel. This way then, establishing a framework about the Newton-Cotes solutions, the point is that there is the approximative value for the area, that is in fixed arithmetic, in the transform as through the flow through the area. These integrate or sum under series preserving convergence, thus for many usual functions (for example Markov) there are rapidly computed terms, in the basis of the flow, here for example time.
Then, JG had found that Newton and Cotes had discovered this thing after he found out how the line integral was defined, to work up then that the coordinates are not the usual y = f(x) in x and y, than m and n are in instead the Newton Cotes directrix or as it were.
Then I am not finding necessarily arithmetic contradictions with what JG actually promotes as clearly available, basically that then instead of though then having JG have to tell us, instead it should be clear enough now that JG's "new calculus", is not that except that it is "a new calculus in Newton Cotes of JG, summing under the line integral with the replacement of the integrative term for the area back from the surface, in frequency-modulated systems".