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February 22nd, 2011, 08:11 AM   #1
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Two axioms mathematics

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The current mathematics is based on a numbers axioms, these axioms limit the new discoveries in mathematics. I'll tell you to present a study of different mathematics, which is based on two axioms, the first axiom (along the natural, point), the second axiom, which is an excerpt from the first axiom (along the real). In this math theorems do not exist, but as there are in physics experiments, based on experiments established the mathematical fact, every mathematical fact is associated with two axioms and previous mathematical facts (MS.x). I'll take from today's math symbols, for new discoveries to use it to your bookmarks.


2 Natural mathematics

2.1 First axiom. MS.0. Point . Along the nature.

Beginning (end) is longer than the natural point (0,A). Natural along with two points (0,A), and the length between points. Natural longer connecting points. There is always the first point (0). Natural along the basic measure of length.

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2.2 MS.1.Basic connection [MS.0]

EXPERIMENT:connect one by one along the natural first point (0).

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MATHEMATICAL FACT:basic connection. Tags Vx, V-code for the connection, x-the number of participating natural long.

2.3 MS.2. Natural along line.[MS.1]

EXPERIMENT:connect one by one basic connection, of first point (0).

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MATHEMATICAL FACT:natural along line, simple cycle, may be infinite or finite. Tags C=(Vx), C-code of cycles.Vx-code basic connection.

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MATHEMATICAL FACT:natural along line, combined cycle, may be infinite or finite.
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February 23rd, 2011, 08:40 AM   #2
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Re: Two axioms mathematics

2.4 MS.3. Along [MS.2]

EXPERIMENT: natural long line C=(V1 ) arranged in a direction from the first point (0) and the first natural long.

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MATHEMATICAL FACT: along, it can be finite or infinite.
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Re: Two axioms mathematics

Clearly your native language is not English, which makes it harder to decipher if there is actually anything of value in your posts. Maybe you could inform us of your nationality so that another user could help you clean-up your content a bit??

The descriptions for your pictures do not clarify their content.
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natural along line, combined cycle, may be infinite or finite
Putting "MATHEMATICAL FACT" in all-caps doesn't make it more true (or mentally palatable).

The presence of wild generalizations without any supporting evidence or commentary also hurt the chances of your posts staying on the board...
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...these axioms limit the new discoveries in mathematics...
Therefore, I am locking this thread until such time as you send me a private message and justify a few things!
There are moderators with a better ability to discern meat from bones, so feel free to petition around...
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