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Ion Vulcanescu

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Invalidation of Calculus' Exactitude through "DNA Concept"
Posted: Apr 22, 2003 11:00 PM
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As known is in the Science of Medicine that through applying DNA
Concept to a "very small part" (VSP) of a human body, such VSP after
being amplified through thousands of steps always keeps the Exactitude
of its Origin, same Effect was discovered by me after taking "the One"
from Infinite of Calculus' Assuming Concept, and carrying it back
through decimal steps millions of times from a value of .000...1. See
the Effect below:

Leibintz/Newton Calculus:
LIM n/1+n =2 LIM n/1+n = 2(1) = 2
Note in Paranthesis the One (1) of Calculus' Assuming Concept.


Ion Vulcanescu Concept
(The Calculus' One of the Assuming Concept, through decimals steps is
now carried back until is seen as :
1.11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111
Note the "DNA Concept" of millions of times applifications of the
.000...1 of Calculu' Assuming Concept !

INVALIDATION OF PI VALUE Through the Cube of edge = 2
The Sum of this Cube's Base Diagonal plus Cube Volume Diagonal equals
6.292528742..

(A)PI Value of the Science of Mathematics = 3.141592654...
(B)PI Value of the American Civilization's Geometry = 3.146264371...

Verification of PI Value of the Science of mathematics:
1.111111111... x 3.141592654.../6.292528742... =.554730641..

Verification of PI Value of the American Civilization's Geometry:
1.111111111... x 3.146264371.../6.292528742... = .55555555...6

Note: .554730641...(OF THE SCIENCE OF MATHEMATICS) vizavi of
.555555555...6 ( OF AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY) indicates that
PI Value of the science of mathematics needs an extra value of
.000824914 as to reach the PERFECTION SEEN AS .555555555...6.

The First Conclusion:
PI Value of the Science of Mathematics indicates a Cube with croocked
edge, thus this Cube is not a Cube but ...a Prism, while the PI Value
of the American Civilization's Geometry indicates a Cube with perfect
aligned edges. This Cube is a Cube.

The Second Conclusion:
A Sphere of Radius = 1 of the PI Value of the Science of Mathematics
would not perfectly inscribe in the Cube indicated by the PI Value of
the Science of Mathematics for that such Cube is not a Cube but a
Prism, while a Sphere of same Radius =1 of the PI Value of the
American Civilization's Geometry, would perfectly be inscribed into a
Cube of edge 2 for that all the edges of this Cube are perpendicular
on each other.


Source:
AMERICAN CIVILIZATION'S GEOMETRY
(The Prosecution File of the Civilization)
Copyright 2001 by Ion Vulcanescu
ISBN 1-889124-06-0
US Library of Congress TX 5-424-946/2001

Contact Address:
Mr Ion Vulcanescu - Philosopher
Independent Researcher in Geometry
Author,Editor and Publisher
125 Main Street. POB-166
Hurleyville, NY 12747
Telephone/Fax USA 845-434-1324

Note:
The above book is recorded with academies of science of:
Sweden,France,Great Britain,Japan,Australia,Romania,Mexic,Spain,Italy
etc.and the PI Value (3.146264371... was sustained as CORRECT by a
Team of NASA Senior Engineers during 1991, who used it as to prove
that all NASA Space shuttles were wrong built.For political reasons
they were sillenced by then USA President George Bush.

(b)Reproduction of the research presented here is permitted to all
researchers under the Fair Use Act, but with indication of this Source
as the Origin.

(c)This scientific data is posted on Drexel University's Math Forum
WEB as to answer to the calls for it to be made public.









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