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PUBLISHED: 80 PAGE THESIS ON THE UNIFIED THEOREM, BY THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH
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Mar 25, 2013 8:03 AM




PUBLISHED: 80 PAGE THESIS ON THE UNIFIED THEOREM, BY THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH
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Mar 24, 2013 6:54 PM


Dear Author:
Congratulations
Please check your published paper http://www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/ijamr/article/view/692
Yours,
Journal Manager Science Publishing Corporation Greifswalder Platz 7, 28239 Bremen, Germany ________________________________________________________________________ International Journal of Applied Mathematical Research http://www.sciencepubco.com/index.php/ijamr
" The funny thing is that mathematically there are infinite dimensions and your Einstein was dabbling with 5"
ABSTRACT As mankind is created in the image of a creator, the mathematical continuum is understandably connected, not by ?Strings?, but by rational coordinates of mathematics. That is what this manuscript is all about; the rationalization of the natural expanse of mathematics and the stark reality of 1. The section on the mathematical PI (?) clearly proves the 1 constriction of 41. Definition of the Unified Theorem: ?The ascension and expansion of all space (and mass) is curved, spiral and warped because of the 1 zero inverse primordial constriction of all space by 1. 4(1) =+3). Bounded space is inverse at 1, a noncollapsible curve. The value of 1 is 1 for numbers and 0.5/60(1/120) for nonlinear space. The minus 1 is manifested at proportion 19 as a composite of the of the values 9 and 10, both by numbers and prime angle (1:3). The proof of 1 is and has always been in the mathematical Pi (?), corrected trigonometry, and the spiral curved ascension of Prime numbers.? This proof is clearly stated under the section for the ?mathematical Pi (?) where the author has clearly proven 1 by theorem..........
I STARTED AT SCI MATH , FIVE YEARS AGO , AND AM ENDING IT HERE . YOUR SCI MATH RESEARCH, IS A PAGE OUT OF "NURSERY RYHMES, SAME OLD HUMPTY DUMPTY, DE JA VOUS ALL OVER AGAIN.



