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what part of Euclid did you never skim
Posted:
Aug 4, 2014 2:40 PM


because, you are all sweetness & light, "there
> There is NO such thing as an irrational number. > > > > In his strange number system supposedly based on Euclid, he cannot even prove that 2+2=4. > > > > False. I showed this in an earlier comment. And because it's not important, I won't bother addressing again.



