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Topic: 2.63 - The new definition of "definition"
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John Gabriel

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Registered: 7/9/14
2.63 - The new definition of "definition"
Posted: Aug 18, 2014 11:19 AM
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I have redefined "definition" to exclude any if and only if
conditions, only if or only if is permissible.

I removed most of my materials from:

https://www.filesanywhere.com/fs/v.aspx?v=8b6b6b8d6l5f6db4a2ab

I have uploaded some popular materials that expose ignorance and stupidity
in mainstream mythmatics.

My GeogebraTube link is:

http://tube.geogebra.org/user/profile/id/336893

Comments are NOT welcome and will not receive any response. This comment
is produced in the interests of public education; and to eradicate
ignorance and stupidity from mainstream mythmatics.

COME TO MY FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE
http://facebook.com/idot
I knew those people would not dare to throw me out.

You may get false alarms from your antivirus that
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are being installed but don't mind that it is a false alarm.

There is a forger John Gabriel stalking me claiming my posts
arent dangerous and using the same number sequence. It is so
obvious he is not me because he doesn't do real mathematics.
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
domains will be blocked from google:sci.math.




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