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much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math

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infinite tail of mice eaten by cats with infinite tails Re: cat
biology helps as an analogy; 10^-500 #846 Correcting Math

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8/24/10
Read would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected by
much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math
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8/24/10
Read Re: would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected
by much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #838 Correcting Math
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8/25/10
Read an easier method to show 10^500 is the natural boundary in math by a
triangle at 10^-500 #840 Correcting Math
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8/25/10
Read cat biology helps as an analogy; 10^-500 #842 Correcting Math
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8/26/10
Read infinite tail of mice eaten by cats with infinite tails Re: cat
biology helps as an analogy; 10^-500 #846 Correcting Math
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8/26/10
Read a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci numbers?
#848 Correcting Math
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8/26/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #850 Correcting Math
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8/26/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci numbers? #850 Correcting Math
quasi
8/27/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #850 Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
8/27/10
Read Fibonacci_2 sequence as 0,2,2,4,6,10,. . . #854 Correcting Math
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8/27/10
Read easier proof of the Carmichael's Theorem #855 Correcting Math
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6/6/13
Read Fibonacci_2 sequence as 0,2,2,4,6,10,. . . #854 Correcting Math
8/28/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #850 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read closer to finding the natural boundary in math where finite meets
infinite #862 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read Re: closer to finding the natural boundary in math where finite meets
infinite #863 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read Factorial Fibonacci Sequence, and does it produce a log spiral? #865
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8/29/10
Read any odd numbers in the Factorial Fibonacci Sequence #866 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read log spiral is outside the Factorial Fibonacci Sequence 0!, 1!, 2!,
3!, 4! . . . . #867 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read is the boundary between finite and infinite where the log spiral has
a crimp? #868 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read Math Experiment of drawing log-spiral in Factorial Fibonacci #869
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8/29/10
Read RSA-4096 and what is exactly 19^(19*19) and 22^(22*22) and 19^(22*22)
#870 Correcting Math
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8/29/10
Read Re: RSA-4096 and what is exactly 19^(19*19) and 22^(22*22) and 19^(22*22)
#870 Correcting Math
David Bernier
8/30/10
Read Hilbert's Betweenness axiom contradicts Parallel Postulate #871
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8/30/10
Read log spiral Experiment with factorial-fibonacci sequence & infinite
boundary in math #872 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read only one log-spiral to draw in the factorial-fibonacci #873
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8/30/10
Read the log-spiral outside, not inside, the rectangle of whirling squares
#874 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read log spiral of the canyon in factorial-fibonacci #875 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read natural boundary in math between finite versus infinite; log-spiral
conjecture 253! neighborhood #876 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read Re: natural boundary in math between finite versus infinite;
log-spiral conjecture 253! neighborhood #878 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read Re: natural boundary in math between finite versus infinite;
log-spiral conjecture 253! neighborhood #879 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read Re: natural boundary in math between finite versus infinite;
log-spiral conjecture 253! neighborhood #880 Correcting Math
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8/31/10
Read Re: natural boundary in math between finite versus infinite;
log-spiral conjecture #882 Correcting Math
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8/31/10
Read how to explain that missing a square means the end of finite #883
Correcting Math
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8/31/10
Read boundary between finite vs. infinite somewhere in the neighborhood of
253! #884 Correcting Math
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9/1/10
Read triangulation needed Re: boundary between finite vs. infinite
somewhere in the neighborhood of 253! #885 Correcting Math
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9/1/10
Read proof is in 2D for the boundary of finite vs. infinite and the
explanation in 3D #886 Correcting Math
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9/2/10
Read key log-spiral is the canyon-channel log spiral #887 Correcting Math
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9/2/10
Read a recalibration once the breakdown is found Re: key log-spiral is the
canyon-channel log spiral #888 Correcting Math
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9/2/10
Read corner intersection as a hinge Re: key log-spiral is the
canyon-channel log spiral #889 Correcting Math
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9/3/10
Read whirling triangles as the canyon-channel log spiral #890 Correcting Math
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9/3/10
Read whirling squares forming whirling triangles as the canyon-channel log
spiral #891 Correcting Math
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9/4/10
Read Re: whirling squares forming whirling triangles as the canyon-channel
log spiral #892 Correcting Math
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9/4/10
Read invert the problem to make easier Re: whirling squares forming
whirling triangles as the canyon-channel log spiral #8923 Correcting Math
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9/4/10
Read uniqueness of canyon-channel log spiral #894 Correcting Math
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9/4/10
Read why this pattern works Re: uniqueness of canyon-channel log spiral
#895 Correcting Math
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9/5/10
Read pitch of this canyon channel log-spiral in the vicinity of 60 degrees
#896 Correcting Math
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9/5/10
Read a shortcut to figure out where the log-spiral breaks-down and where
the boundary exists #897 Correcting Math
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9/5/10
Read using the shortcut, the boundary between finite vs. infinite looks to
lie near 300! #898 Correcting Math
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9/5/10
Read Re: using the shortcut, the boundary between finite vs. infinite
looks to lie near 300! #898 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/6/10
Read computer setup to precisely find where the log-spiral breaks down as
the boundary of finite vs. infinite #899 Correcting Math
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9/6/10
Read using the shortcut, the boundary in pure math between finite vs.
infinite near 300! #900 Correcting Math; #297 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/6/10
Read meaning of shortcut Re: using the shortcut, the boundary in pure math
between finite vs. infinite near 300! #901 Correcting Math; #298 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/6/10
Read Re: meaning of shortcut Re: using the shortcut, the boundary in pure
math between finite vs. infinite near 300! #901 Correcting Math; #298 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/7/10
Read Re: meaning of shortcut Re: using the shortcut, the boundary in pure
math between finite vs. infinite near 300! #901 Correcting Math; #298 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/7/10
Read synopsis of large number candidates for the boundary of finite vs.
infinite #902 Correcting Math; #299 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/8/10
Read Element 120 has 302! and cold physics ends at 1/302! #903 Correcting
Math; #300 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/8/10
Read Log-spirals breakdown long before 302! is reached #904 Correcting
Math; #301 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/8/10
Read 35! = 10^40 #905 Correcting Math; #302 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/8/10
Read geometric sequence and binomial sequence as intermediates to
Factorial sequence #906 Correcting Math; #303 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/8/10
Read engineering a sequence intermediate to factorial and geometric #907
Correcting Math; #304 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/8/10
Read boundary between finite and infinite using Factorial Sequence
19^(22x22) #908 Correcting Math; #305 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/9/10
Read sequence that combines both Factorial and Binomial #909 Correcting Math
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9/9/10
Read Sequence that combines both Factorial probability with Binomial
probability #910 Correcting Math #309 Atom Totality
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9/10/10
Read Factorial divided by Binomial Sequence gives boundary between Finite
vs. Infinite? #911 Correcting Math #312 Atom Totality
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9/10/10
Read reconciling Factorial Probability with Binomial Probability as
quantum dualities, achieving finite-infinite boundary #912 Correcting Math
#313 Atom Totality
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9/10/10
Read Re: reconciling Factorial Probability with Binomial Probability as
quantum dualities, achieving finite-infinite boundary #912 Correcting Math
#313 Atom Totality
Enrico
9/11/10
Read back to the whirling square pattern and the Factorial sequence
delivers the finite-infinity boundary #913 Correcting Math #314 Atom Totality
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9/11/10
Read pretty question about Fibonacci sequence coming close to binomial
sequence #914 Correcting Math
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9/11/10
Read Re: pretty question about Fibonacci sequence coming close to binomial sequence #914 Correcting Math
quasi
9/11/10
Read the Geometric Phi sequence fleshes out the boundary between finite
and infinity #915 Correcting Math
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9/11/10
Read Re: the Geometric Phi sequence fleshes out the boundary between
finite and infinity #915 Correcting Math
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9/11/10
Read Re: the Geometric Phi sequence fleshes out the boundary between finite and infinity #915 Correcting Math
quasi
9/12/10
Read Re: the Geometric Phi sequence fleshes out the boundary between
finite and infinity #916 Correcting Math
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9/12/10
Read boundary between finite and infinity at 302! would precision define
"phi number" #917 Correcting Math
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9/12/10
Read same digit in 618 decimal place value for pi, e, phi? #918 Correcting Math
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9/12/10
Read Re: the Geometric Phi sequence fleshes out the boundary between finite and infinity #916 Correcting Math
quasi
9/12/10
Read simplifying the proof-method that 302! is the boundary between finite
and infinity #919 Correcting Math
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9/12/10
Read bead-necklace method rather than canyon-channel; boundary between
finite and infinity #920 Correcting Math
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9/13/10
Read pearl bead necklace method to prove boundary finite and infinity at
302! #921 Correcting Math
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9/13/10
Read 1.62 Sequence Re: pearl bead necklace method to prove boundary finite
and infinity at 302! #922 Correcting Math
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9/13/10
Read precision definition of infinity via the boundary #923 Correcting Math
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/14/10
Read digits of pi out to 700 Re: precision definition of infinity via the
boundary #924 Correcting Math
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9/14/10
Read digits of "phi" out to 700 Re: precision definition of infinity via
the boundary #926 Correcting Math
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9/14/10
Read analysis of pi,e,phi as hints of the boundary Re: precision
definition of infinity via the boundary #928 Correcting Math
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/14/10
Read a possible analytic way of finding the boundary between finite and
infinity at 302! #929 Correcting Math
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/14/10
Read boundary between Finite and Infinity should have some hints in the
special numbers #930 Correcting Math
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/14/10
Read boundary would have a unique digit in e,pi,phi,i Re: boundary between
Finite and Infinity should have some hints in the special numbers #931
Correcting Math
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9/14/10
Read the 499th digit of sqrt-1 in 5-adics #932 Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read 2 digit often matched Re: the 499th digit of sqrt-1 in 5-adics #933
Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read no help from "i" Re: the 499th digit of sqrt-1 in 5-adics #934
Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read is this a uniqueness of pi,e,phi with "1" in 499th place value and
"i"?? #936 Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read sqrt2, sqrt3, sqrt5, does any place value have the same digit?? #937
Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read pi,e,phi have a concordance Re: sqrt2, sqrt3, sqrt5, does any place
value have the same digit?? #938 Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read 1.414 x 1.414; how to get 2.00.... boundary between Finite &Infinity
#939 Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read if pi is 3.14159 then "i" is 0.000031831; boundary between Finite
&Infinity #940 Correcting Math
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9/16/10
Read Re: if pi is 3.14159 then "i" is 0.000031831; boundary between Finite
&Infinity #940 Correcting Math
Owen Jacobson
9/16/10
Read would like psychologists to inspect mathematicians of their madness
on borders #945 Correcting Math
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9/16/10
Read Re: would like psychologists to inspect mathematicians of their
madness on borders #945 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/17/10
Read Re: would like psychologists to inspect mathematicians of their madness on borders #945 Correcting Math
Owen Jacobson
9/16/10
Read Re: would like psychologists to inspect mathematicians of their
madness on borders #945 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/17/10
Read Tribble teaches math professors why they need a definition of Finite
before doing sqrt2 #947 Correcting Math
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9/17/10
Read 318 310 155 * 314 159 = 1.0 × 10^14; this new block
-number #949 Correcting Math
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9/17/10
Read Re: Tribble teaches math professors why they need a definition of
Finite before doing sqrt2 #947 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/17/10
Read Re: Tribble teaches math professors why they need a definition of
Finite before doing sqrt2 #947 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/17/10
Read math history never had a true sqrt2, until it well-defined the border
between finite vs. infinity #953 Correcting Math
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/17/10
Read Re: math history never had a true sqrt2, until it well-defined the
border between finite vs. infinity #953 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/18/10
Read Re: Tribble teaches math professors why they need a definition of
Finite before doing sqrt2 #947 Correcting Math
Tim Little
9/17/10
Read Re: would like psychologists to inspect mathematicians of their madness
on borders #945 Correcting Math
David Bernier
9/17/10
Read DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
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9/17/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
David Bernier
9/17/10
Read taking finite versus infinite for granted, and refusing to admit a
border #952 Correcting Math
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9/17/10
Read Re: taking finite versus infinite for granted, and refusing to admit
a border #952 Correcting Math
David Bernier
9/18/10
Read how silly to think Finite goes to Infinity without ever crossing a
border #954 Correcting Math
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9/18/10
Read Re: how silly to think Finite goes to Infinity without ever crossing
a border #954 Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/18/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/18/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/19/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/19/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
Marshall
9/20/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/19/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/19/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/19/10
Read Re: DB shows us how geometrically the sqrt2 is not 1.414... #950
Correcting Math
R. Srinivasan
9/18/10
Read Re: would like psychologists to inspect mathematicians of their
madness on borders #945 Correcting Math
Marshall
9/15/10
Read Re: sqrt2, sqrt3, sqrt5, does any place value have the same digit??
#937 Correcting Math
Enrico
9/15/10
Read Re: sqrt2, sqrt3, sqrt5, does any place value have the same digit??
#937 Correcting Math
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9/15/10
Read Re: sqrt2, sqrt3, sqrt5, does any place value have the same digit??
#937 Correcting Math
cracker jack
9/16/10
Read lack of concordance of 1, 4 digits in the sqrt(prime) #941 Correcting Math
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9/16/10
Read "i" is the number 3.1831... x 10^-n #943 Correcting Math
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9/16/10
Read "i" is the boundary between microinfinity and microfinite Re: "i" is
the number 3.1831... x 10^-n #944 Correcting Math
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9/16/10
Read Re: "i" is the boundary between microinfinity and microfinite Re: "i" is the number 3.1831... x 10^-n #944 Correcting Math
Caravaggio
9/16/10
Read Re: "i" is the boundary between microinfinity and microfinite Re: "i"
is the number 3.1831... x 10^-n #946 Correcting Math
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9/16/10
Read Re: "i" is the number 3.1831... x 10^-n #943 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/16/10
Read Re: "i" is the number 3.1831... x 10^-n #943 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/19/10
Read Re: a possible analytic way of finding the boundary between finite and infinity at 302! #929 Correcting Math
quasi
9/19/10
Read Quasi, please try your hand at the volume and area of pseudosphere
#966 Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: Quasi, please try your hand at the volume and area of pseudosphere #966 Correcting Math
quasi
9/20/10
Read unwarranted assumption that series convergence is area; volume and
area of pseudosphere #968 Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: unwarranted assumption that series convergence is area; volume and area of pseudosphere #968 Correcting Math
quasi
9/20/10
Read 1/x function has infinite area, and so does the pseudosphere #970
Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: 1/x function has infinite area, and so does the pseudosphere #971
Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: 1/x function has infinite area, and so does the pseudosphere #970 Correcting Math
quasi
9/20/10
Read Re: 1/x function has infinite area, and so does the pseudosphere #972
Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: 1/x function has infinite area, and so does the pseudosphere #972 Correcting Math
quasi
9/20/10
Read Re: Quasi, please try your hand at the volume and area of pseudosphere #966 Correcting Math
Owen Jacobson
9/20/10
Read Re: Quasi, please try your hand at the volume and area of
pseudosphere #966 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/20/10
Read Re: Quasi, please try your hand at the volume and area of
pseudosphere #966 Correcting Math
achille
9/20/10
Read is this integration have any truth to it (pseudosphere area is
infinite) #973 Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: is this integration have any truth to it (pseudosphere area is
infinite) #974 Correcting Math
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9/21/10
Read with radius =1, the sphere area is about 12, but pseudosphere is
about 20 #976 Correcting Math
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9/21/10
Read easier experiment for non-math people to prove that the area and
volume of pseudosphere is larger than sphere #977 Correcting Math
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9/21/10
Read deriving the boundary between finite versus infinity from sphere,
pseudosphere, hyperbolas #978 Correcting Math
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9/21/10
Read border of Finite vs. Infinite applied to log-spirals on Conic
Sections and Offset #979 Correcting Math
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9/22/10
Read Offset is like a zipper analogy; using parabola of Conic Sections for
border at 10^618 #980 Correcting Math
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9/21/10
Read Re: easier experiment for non-math people to prove that the area and
volume of pseudosphere is larger than sphere #977 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/22/10
Read is the uniqueness of the border between finite/infinity an
Equilibration exercise? #981 Correcting Math
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9/22/10
Read yes sir, I think I may have tumbled towards a solution of the
uniqueness of the border #982 Correcting Math
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9/22/10
Read Re: yes sir, I think I may have tumbled towards a solution of the
uniqueness of the border #982 Correcting Math
achille
9/22/10
Read 19^(22*22) the border of Infinity confirmed by pseudosphere area &
volume #983 Correcting Math
plutonium.archimedes@gmail.com
9/23/10
Read correct NASA website of cone volume Re: 19^(22*22) the border of
Infinity confirmed by pseudosphere area & volume #984 Correcting Math
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9/23/10
Read standard use of radius rather than diameter Re: correct NASA website
of cone volume #985 Correcting Math
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9/23/10
Read proof that volume and area pseudosphere is infinite in Old Math #986
Correcting Math
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9/23/10
Read asymptotes of 1/n, pseudosphere proven to have infinite volume & area
#987 Correcting Math
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9/23/10
Read uniqueness bugaboo Re: asymptotes of 1/n, pseudosphere proven to have
infinite volume & area #988 Correcting Math
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9/23/10
Read Re: uniqueness bugaboo Re: asymptotes of 1/n, pseudosphere proven to
have infinite volume & area #989 Correcting Math
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9/24/10
Read 2.71.. the microE and 10^618 the macroE of mathematics #990
Correcting Math
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9/24/10
Read Re: 2.71.. the microE and 10^618 the macroE of mathematics #990
Correcting Math
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9/24/10
Read concordance of pi with B and a blizzard of matches Re: 2.71.. the
microE and 10^618 the macroE of mathematics #991 Correcting Math
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9/24/10
Read Re: concordance of pi with B and a blizzard of matches Re: 2.71.. the
microE and 10^618 the macroE of mathematics #992 Correcting Math
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9/24/10
Read Re: concordance of pi with B and a blizzard of matches Re: 2.71.. the
microE and 10^618 the macroE of mathematics #991 Correcting Math
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9/24/10
Read Summary as to pseudosphere volume is infinite; Border number between
Finite vs. Infinity #993 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read Summary: 19^(22*22) Border number between Finite vs. Infinity #994
Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read Galois group theory to bring out the digits of B-number Re: Summary:
19^(22*22) Border number between Finite vs. Infinity #995 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read Re: Galois group theory to bring out the digits of B-number Re:
Summary: 19^(22*22) Border number between Finite vs. Infinity #995 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read would the B-number 19^(22*22) act as a idempotent in Galois Group
theory? #996 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read surprizingly, the B-number is close to 10^618, not an idempotent so
as to make log-spiral pitches #997 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read inverse of the B-number as 0.000..001, to make angles #999 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read musatov
9/18/10
Read Re: the Geometric Phi sequence fleshes out the boundary between
finite and infinity #915 Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/18/10
Read LW cannot tell when he is doing math or doing philosophy #958
Correcting Math
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9/19/10
Read Re: LW cannot tell when he is doing math or doing philosophy #958
Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/19/10
Read believe I have found the one-time-break; boundary between Finite
versus Infinity #960 Correcting Math
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9/19/10
Read log spirals at 0; one-time-break; boundary between Finite versus
Infinity #962 Correcting Math
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9/19/10
Read I have found the one-time-break for large numbers; the border between
Finite vs. Infinity; call it Second-Zero #963 Correcting Math #308 Atom Totality
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9/20/10
Read retrieving the border between Finite vs. Infinity as 19^(22*22) from
log-spiral conjunction 1/x curve #967 Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read how the points 0 and 10^-618 yields a 17 degree pitch for golden
ratio log spiral #969 Correcting Math
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9/19/10
Read Re: believe I have found the one-time-break; boundary between Finite
versus Infinity #960 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/20/10
Read Re: believe I have found the one-time-break; boundary between Finite
versus Infinity #960 Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
9/21/10
Read standard theory is deception on boundary between Finite versus
Infinity #975 Correcting Math
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9/21/10
Read Re: believe I have found the one-time-break; boundary between Finite
versus Infinity #960 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
9/19/10
Read Re: LW cannot tell when he is doing math or doing philosophy #958
Correcting Math
Jim Burns
9/19/10
Read Jim Burns please post the proof that pseudosphere is half the volume
#965 Correcting Math
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9/20/10
Read Re: Jim Burns please post the proof that pseudosphere is half the
volume #965 Correcting Math
Jim Burns
9/16/10
Read Re: synopsis of large number candidates for the boundary of finite vs. infinite #902 Correcting Math; #299 ATOM TOTALITY
Owen Jacobson
9/16/10
Read not understanding that convergence is neither area nor volume #941
Correcting Math
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9/17/10
Read rectangular hyperbola, one branch, in x-axis, Y = 1/x infinite
stretch infinite area, so why pseudosphere?? #950 Correcting Math; #300 ATOM TOTALITY
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9/18/10
Read Re: rectangular hyperbola, one branch, in x-axis, Y = 1/x infinite stretch infinite area, so why pseudosphere?? #950 Correcting Math; #300 ATOM TOTALITY
Owen Jacobson
9/18/10
Read Rectangular Hyperbola area goes to infinity then Pseudosphere area &
volume goes to infinity #955 Correcting Math
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9/18/10
Read Summary of where I have been to eke out the boundary of Finite vs.
Infinite and a new direction #956 Correcting Math
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9/18/10
Read finding that "one time break" in pure math, for the border between
finite vs. infinite #959 Correcting Math
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9/18/10
Read can someone spot the error in this conclusion that the pseudosphere
has finite volume, area #957 Correcting Math; #300 ATOM TOTALITY
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8/30/10
Read Re: log spiral is outside the Factorial Fibonacci Sequence 0!, 1!,
2!, 3!, 4! . . . . #867 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read Re: any odd numbers in the Factorial Fibonacci Sequence #866
Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read a website drawing for the factorial-fibonacci and associated
log-spirals #877 Correcting Math
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8/30/10
Read Re: closer to finding the natural boundary in math where finite meets
infinite #862 Correcting Math
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8/31/10
Read natural boundary between finite and infinite #881 Correcting Math
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6/6/13
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #850 Correcting Math
8/26/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #850 Correcting Math
lwalke3@lausd.net
8/27/10
Read where 10^500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci numbers? #852 Correcting Math
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8/27/10
Read surely, modern math knew about the Generalized Fibonacci Sequence, or
did AP discover that first?? #856 Correcting Math
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8/28/10
Read Re: surely, modern math knew about the Generalized Fibonacci
Sequence, or did AP discover that first?? #856 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
8/28/10
Read Re: surely, modern math knew about the Generalized Fibonacci Sequence, or did AP discover that first?? #856 Correcting Math
quasi
8/28/10
Read Re: surely, modern math knew about the Generalized Fibonacci Sequence, or did AP discover that first?? #856 Correcting Math
quasi
8/28/10
Read Re: surely, modern math knew about the Generalized Fibonacci
Sequence, or did AP discover that first?? #856 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
8/26/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #850 Correcting Math
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8/27/10
Read more easier proof of Carmichael's theorem and the extension of
Fibonacci sequence #853 Correcting Math
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8/26/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci
numbers? #848 Correcting Math
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8/27/10
Read where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci numbers? #851 Correcting Math
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8/27/10
Read Re: a Eureka moment?? where 10^-500 and 10^1000 are Fibonacci numbers?
#848 Correcting Math
David Bernier
8/28/10
Read Fibonacci number nearest 10^500 written out #858 Correcting Math
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8/28/10
Read looking for the natural boundary of infinity from pure math,
somewhere near 10^500 #859 Correcting Math
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8/28/10
Read 22^(22)(22) Re: looking for the natural boundary of infinity from
pure math, somewhere near 10^500 #860 Correcting Math
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8/28/10
Read Re: 22^(22)(22) Re: looking for the natural boundary of infinity from
pure math, somewhere near 10^500 #860 Correcting Math
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8/28/10
Read Re: looking for the natural boundary of infinity from pure math,
somewhere near 10^500 #859 Correcting Math
David R Tribble
6/6/13
Read infinite tail of mice eaten by cats with infinite tails Re: cat
biology helps as an analogy; 10^-500 #846 Correcting Math
8/27/10
Read Re: would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected by much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math
Guest
8/27/10
Read Attitude changes new account you put the account something and everything
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8/27/10
Read Thank you
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9/24/10
Read Re: would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected
by much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math
Jeff S.
9/25/10
Read Re: would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected
by much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read Re: would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected
by much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math
9/25/10
Read Re: would the formulas for area, volume of pseudosphere be affected
by much if infinity were defined as 10^500 #837 Correcting Math
Jeff S.
9/25/10
Read apology to Usenet Cops, Wiles, Taylor, Smith, for accidentally
hitting the send key
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9/25/10
Read Vietmath War with the Wiles FLT fakery: Wiles has no clue of what
infinity means
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9/25/10
Read What are the odds of Andrew Wiles renouncing his FLT proof as a sham?
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9/25/10
Read What are the odds of Andrew Wiles renouncing his FLT proof as a sham?
Vietmath war
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9/25/10
Read testing if this post is being blocked; Will Wiles renounce his sham
FLT proof?? Vietmath War
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9/25/10
Read Re: testing if this post is being blocked; Will Wiles renounce his
sham FLT proof?? Vietmath War
Jeff S.
9/26/10
Read mathematician's midlife crisis and unleashing math fake proofs;
Vietmath War
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9/26/10
Read why Wiles's FLT, Hales's Kepler Packing, Appel & Haken's 4 Color
Mapping are fakes #1000 Correcting Math
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9/26/10
Read tractrix page disproves pseudosphere page in Wikipedia #1002
Correcting Math
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9/26/10
Read Re: tractrix page disproves pseudosphere page in Wikipedia #1003
Correcting Math
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9/26/10
Read more accurate by concatenation of truncated cones; surface area #1004
Correcting Math
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9/25/10
Read Re: testing if this post is being blocked; Will Wiles renounce his sham FLT proof?? Vietmath War
Will Janoschka

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