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May 15th, 2017, 11:07 AM   #11
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What do I do if I've discovered something that is core to mathematics?
Share it. If you don't think you are able to get an article published, sharing it on a public forum will provide evidence of priority in case of any dispute.

There's little money or glory in mathematics anyway. You can't patent knowledge as far as I'm aware. It's all in the applications.

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Yep. It doesn't matter how it makes you feel, but if it's something that can contribute to the literature, submit a high quality paper to a journal and cross your fingers
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Does it have anything to do with chaos theory?
No it does not...it uses 2 universal mathematical languages/systems and so far only one primer. The math its self is a Data Base that spits out answers and mathematical rules when you input the question.
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No it does not...it uses 2 universal mathematical languages/systems and so far only one primer. The math its self is a Data Base that spits out answers and mathematical rules when you input the question.
Ahhh so you're working on a GuT (grand-unified theory) or ToE (theory of everything)? You should read the existing literature on those to make sure that you're rediscovering something that someone has already proposed.
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Ahhh so you're working on a GuT (grand-unified theory) or ToE (theory of everything)? You should read the existing literature on those to make sure that you're rediscovering something that someone has already proposed.
I will give you one of the systems... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,9, 10 , 11 and so forth it uses numbers in its universal form >would you say that the ability to count pre-dates the human race and that is universal?

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No. I have heard no evidence that counting predated the hominid species, although it almost certainly was first developed in its most primitive forms before humans.
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the second system is binary system.. this is also a universal system. When combined with the right primer you have a working system along with numbers that is pretty universal I don't think any of you can find the primer that makes this a library. Math derived from the foundation of math. Not by pure luck or imagination. Would you say that off and on predate the human civilization>?

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I don't know whether you are making things up or using a jargon that I'm not familiar with. It carries a strong whiff of pseudo-scientific mumbo-jumbo. But no, I wouldn't say that there is evidence that mathematics is "universal" in any particularly nontrivial way. I certainly wouldn't say it predates any hominid community. Our mathematical system approximately mirrors the universe because it was designed to do just that.

Your system is no older than when somebody first thought of it, so it's certainly not older than civilisation.
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I am trying to point out that there is a system that uses 2 mathematical languages to teach you math
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