> But if some Ph.D's scared of losing some math beliefs and their > precious notion that the mathematical field is immune to upheavals > bitch and moan for years against it, you believe them, and screw the > complex plane. > > Simplest explanation.
The simplest explanation is that you're wrong. After all, how many people agree with you? Maybe less than 5 and that's being generous.
> None of you have the spines for the situation. You all lack the balls > to confront a massive failure by your freaking colleagues.
You lack the courage to give up tilting at windmills. At the end of his life, even Don Quixote faced reality.
> They failed. Get over it. For a hundred years plus a nasty little > bug lurked in modern number theory in "pure mathematics" and no one > knew because none of their math applied to anything in the real world.
> And I figured it out and these turds proceeded to do their best to > punish me for it.
Get a clue. Nobody cares about your incorrect math analysis.
> Because I yanked away their baby blanket. Took away their fantasy. > > Destroyed their little bubble.
delusions of grandeur
> Do you know how much the Abel Prize is? > > Over a million dollars U.S. given every year to someone who probably > did not succeed at anything at all. > > Lying for a million bucks isn't noble, or academic survival in the > real world: it's just being a con artist.