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Topic: 2.26 - I've calculated Randal's Constant!
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John Gabriel

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Registered: 7/9/14
2.26 - I've calculated Randal's Constant!
Posted: Jul 22, 2014 10:59 AM
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Something which mythematicians have been trying to do for
centuries I found easy to do. I calculated upper and lower
bounds for Randal's Constant. You swine wont even know
what Randal's Constant is but it is the foundation for
the New Integral Calculus. I am not going to reveal all
my secrets but the upper bound is lower than the lower
bound. This does not prove Randal's Constant does not
exist as you fools would think, but that its value is 0.
Randal's is more important than Riemann's!

Randal's Constant upper bound applet:

https://www.filesanywhere.com/fs/v.aspx?v=5a6d6589615670ae73

Randal's Constant lower bound applet:

https://www.filesanywhere.com/fs/v.aspx?v=7d6d681961571797af

There is a forger John Gabriel stalking me claiming my posts
arent dangerous. I don't know which of you bastards it is but
Google already knows and the cops will. Till then, all of you
must report any and all such replies to Google as SPAM and soon
his ip ranges will be blocked from google.sci.math.

There is a poster Freda Parkins who keeps writing
Please see a mental health professional as soon as possible.
This comment is produced in the interests of public education;
and to encourage John Gabriel to get the mental health
treatment he needs.
The next time I read that I will hunt her down and smash her
teeth in and then torture her to the point of death.

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