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Topic: 2.66 - Systematic integration in the New Calculus
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Scott Berg

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Re: 2.66 - Systematic integration in the New Calculus
Posted: Aug 20, 2014 12:01 PM
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On 8/20/2014 10:17 AM, John Gabriel did not wrote:


Well, a few years back, I had posted the New True Calculus and called it
True Calculus which was a textbook for High School and College students.
I ran it into 8 editions. I am too busy now with other things to run the
9th edition. It was a short textbook and apparently Gabriel saw these
posts and is now mimicking or mocking or even trying to steal some ideas
of my 2013 work.

What happened is that Gabriel got together with other fake named goon
clods whose primary goal is to be a front page hog on Google as to flood
the newsgroup with his imitations of AP calculus work as a cover but the
motivation is to bump off AP posts from the front page. So Gabriel and a
team of goons saves up posts and when they see AP making a post, they
immediately fill sci.math with their nonsense in order to bump AP posts
off the first page. They love it when silly people like Dan Christensen
and other rednecks chase after them for that only increases their front
page hogging.

Now, when Gabriel first came to sci.math with his present fake name, (he
has been here before under a different fake name), but when he first
came here to sci.math, he was hoping that AP would open up one of his
silly stupid websites, which would then have AP's computer filled with
malware.

So, when Gabriel first appeared in sci.math with his imitations of
Calculus, imitating AP Calculus, Gabriel was hoping to lure AP to his
website to fill it with malware, so that my computer would be knocked
out. That is the reason he directs traffic to his worthless websites.

Since AP was never fooled by Gabriel, then Gabriel and his team of goons
activated their second attack plan-- bump off AP posts to the second
page as fast as possible. So here Gabriel needed his goon team to go
into action. Or perhaps Gabriel uses so many fake names that he is
almost a one man act.

So, why do we see sci.math cluttered with Gabriel nonsense that fills
the front page? It is not for the sake of mathematics, but for the sake
of "attacking other people".

Now the Drexel Math Forum cut off the Gabriel from posting to their
forum. But Google is far more lenient and seems to have very high bars
of misbehavior before they kick out Gabriel-- perhaps rape a Google
executives wife before Google counts that as abuse and kicks out Gabriel.

So, here is the motivation of Gabriel in a nutshell, since he is a nut:

(1) attack people by planting malware onto their computer by opening up
a silly Gabriel web site
(2) attack people by bumping them off the front page of sci.math through
a massive block of posts not worth reading

Now I do not know the Google formula for posts per day that is
acceptable. But how can anyone use such a formula when Gabriel probably
has 5 to 10 fake names. So if Google allows 20 posts per day to any one
person and if Gabriel has 10 fake names to use, means he can flood
sci.math with 200 posts per day and keep almost anyone from the front
page for more than a mere few minutes.

Much like WM, although that was not really a attack on people posting,
but more of a crank posting, but the trouble with WM and his worthless
crank posts, is the flood of redneck followers that had to naysay WM all
the time. So although WM had no intention of being a front page hog, he
ended up being a front page hog because of that stupid followers of
Virgil, Jurgen and a flood of others.

If Math Forum can get rid of Gabriel with the blink of an eye some
months ago, why does Google put up with that torrent of nonsense of
MalWare attack and graduated Front Page Hog.

As I said so many times before, if you have a forum that allows fake
names, then all you do is invite a sewer of a forum. If only real true
names can post in sci.math, the place would be clean as it should be clean.

AP



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