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May 22nd, 2017, 09:27 AM   #21
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As a mathematician and a linguist, that sounds like a disaster.
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May 23rd, 2017, 01:27 AM   #22
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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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May 24th, 2017, 04:58 AM   #23
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What would you do if you discovered a universal math with a universal backbone?
?? The math we have is "universal"! But I don't know what a "universal backbone" is.

Where you can input a problem and can get 10 answers?
Are any of them correct? How do you determine which of the 10 answers is correct?

A math that predates Earth.
Since math is created by people, I don't know what that means.

I watch movies about geniuses and I am not one. But I was given some cool mathematical problems and I have been banging my head for years on them. Until I found this math. Now I have my personal encyclopedia of mathematics that gives me answers and more problems. I feel complete with math now and its universe have my personal database that will help me through everything and I have just unlocked it. Two weeks ago I proved why you draw a circle and I threw it away.
"I proved why you draw a circle" makes no sense.

I was blown away, I will never forget it because I used a system that I can access any time I want. The question is philosophical because of me and you and the rest of the world. Me I got what I needed... you can go your own way... and the world will keep giving birth to geniuses. The question is...
Right- that's the question "...". It's amazing how a person can type words completely at random and they will seem to make sense!
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May 24th, 2017, 05:28 AM   #24
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Right- that's the question "...". It's amazing how a person can type words completely at random and they will seem to make sense!
Only by a whisker...!
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hmm... I have my personal philosophy. I think our universe is created by a higher being.
And all rules including math can be changed. For example, 1+1=2 is the basic math we knew, but the higher being can makes it 1+1=3, or even 50% 1+1= 2 or 50% 1+1=3.
I knew my idea is crazy, but LOL, whatsoever, i think "IF" our universe is created like a virtual world on a computer, why not? like the game world, i can make anything i want just by how to define it. Well, i may go too far. But sometimes to resolve some questions requires resolving some very basic questions in advance or you never get a complete answer.

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May 25th, 2017, 10:37 PM   #26
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This thread is an insult to philosophy.
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So basically I am going to abandon my initial quest to convince you that my math predates planet Earth and we gone stick to logic only.We are going to do that because as a mathematicians you have all sworn to solve the universe and you refuse all the rest of the theories that go around about creation. I was trying to stir you away with the universe so you don't get devastated by me.

When i started this thread i was expecting to arouse the curiosity of 1000 post mathematicians so we can define my math and polish it. I even did it in a public forum because i believe in sharing. BTW i sit here in front of the emails of all the MIT professors and i said nope because i have to explain to a renown mathematician why he will never explain the "why" in the universe. I have to EXPLAIN math to a mathematician. When i realized that i HAVE to explain math to a mathematician i knew i was onto something GOOD with a solid backbone. My talents lie in different disciplines but i was told to pursue math so that i won't luck the culture in a conversation over coffee.

I gave you the two Mathematical languages that my math uses witch are the same that you use and you called it a disaster and mumbo jumbo. It ironic that i took two elements from your language and created a math and you call it a failure.

Once upon a time i was doing math the repetitive way..when i was in high school and in the two colleges that i attended. And then there came a time of problem solving where i would sit in and stare blankly into the unknown trying to find the way to solve the problem. I think thats a cool way to solve mathematics. Now i have my own way of doing mathematics plus the other two methods...and i really don't need you.

I coud have left this thread as it was...but dudes i have to work to be in a better place thats why i replied to you...because unlike you I'm not lazy. You have never worked on your telling you that as an inventor. You just take other peoples accomplishments and you think that you are them this is repetitive math. I will not demand of you to win a NOBEL prize because its a primitive way to reward accomplishments....i just needed you to Work with me.

Right now I'm working on the second primer thats going to expand that math even more... and you are not you think i feel alone?

My tone hmmm i expected more of you. But i quess you only know math.
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