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July 29th, 2016, 09:06 AM   #21
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Only dumb people work to achieve few things.
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just by listening to my math teacher I understood everything). Any of my home works took me less than 10 minutes.
So you are good at maths, arrogant and disrespectful. Oh, and you've achieved very little because you are lazy.

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Solving problems is a question about how you approach it. Not hard work!
Hard work is irrelevant. Some people have to work harder to achieve a result than others, but that doesn't make them dumb. What is essential to solving problems is gaining an understanding of the issue. And 99% of your precious amateurs are to dumb or to lazy to do that. As a result, most people ignore them all.

Rather than attacking professional mathematicians who have better things to do than reviews the half-baked ravings of fools (or perhaps they are just too lazy to do it), you should be attacking those fools who make people reluctant to listen to the rest of the amateurs.

But you are apparently too dumb to see that.
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July 29th, 2016, 09:24 AM   #22
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So you are good at maths, arrogant and disrespectful. Oh, and you've achieved very little because you are lazy.


Hard work is irrelevant. Some people have to work harder to achieve a result than others, but that doesn't make them dumb. What is essential to solving problems is gaining an understanding of the issue. And 99% of your precious amateurs are to dumb or to lazy to do that. As a result, most people ignore them all.

Rather than attacking professional mathematicians who have better things to do than reviews the half-baked ravings of fools (or perhaps they are just too lazy to do it), you should be attacking those fools who make people reluctant to listen to the rest of the amateurs.

But you are apparently too dumb to see that.
You are too dumb to understand that you DO NOT TO HAVE FULL UNDERSTAND OF PROBLEM TO SOLVE IT.
Any problem as complex as it is has some weak angle to attack. All that you need is to see that weakness.
Professional mathematician are FULL OF CONTEMPT TOWARD amateurs.
I have no doubt about this. I will stay disrespectful of those guys.
I know in another forum someone who is professional mathematician but he has never shown any contempt toward amateurs. Better than that he shows how to improve their ideas by giving them what to read.
I will be always disrespectful toward those people and you are ONE of them.
There is a distinction about mastering mathematical basics and techniques and solving a hard problem. You need to have the right approach. Then you will start gathering the tools you need (technical step). As long as you do not have the right and correct approach you could have a deep knowledge of all the mathematical fields they will worth NOTHING.
Only imagination and innovation will help you not a full understanding of a problem.
YOU ARE TOO DUMB TO UNDERSTAND THIS!!!
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July 29th, 2016, 09:30 AM   #23
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No knowledge will help to solve hard problem otherwise many open problems will be solved by professional mathematician.
A problem is called open when what the professional mathematician know is NOT HELPFUL.
There is a need of something else : the right approach!!!! That is why such problems will be solved by amateurs. Amateurs are enslaved by some system of taboos. Amateurs will try to find a breach in what all mathematicians consider as true.
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July 29th, 2016, 10:20 AM   #24
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Your logic is flawed. All problems are solved by applying existing knowledge in a new way. There's nothing special about amateurs. According to your logic Andrew Wiles wouldn't have solved FLT. Instead some buffoon on an internet forum would have solved it with high-school algebra.
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July 29th, 2016, 10:34 AM   #25
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you are ONE of them.
No I'm not. I'm not even a professional mathematician. I don't even have an interest in research. I just call people out for continually claiming error-strewn nonsense as solutions to problems, but I only do that after they have ignored responses that highlight the problems with their work.

You need to understand a problem in order to know what things have been tried and why they failed. You need to understand a problem to explain why your solution makes any sense.

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I never once mentioned a need to know lots of techniques.
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July 29th, 2016, 10:36 AM   #26
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Your logic is flawed. All problems are solved by applying existing knowledge in a new way. There's nothing special about amateurs. According to your logic Andrew Wiles wouldn't have solved FLT. Instead some buffoon on an internet forum would have solved it with high-school algebra.
An amateur will solve it using elementary tools.
Wait and see.
Do not forget that Andrew Wiles made many mistakes before reaching his conclusion. Read his story.
My logic is very simple. Any problem could be solved with elementary tools. Mathematician are taking long road when a short road will lead to the same result. They are using "sophisticated package" to wrap something very simple.
You are just fucking words by saying "existing knowledge in a new way". Why you are reluctant to accept "correct and right approach".
Always the same behavior : " HUGE CONTEMPT "
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This sentence is deeply wrong
"You need to understand a problem in order to know what things have been tried and why they failed. You need to understand a problem to explain why your solution makes any sense."

You need nothing OF THAT to make a big discovery! Many times (I let you google the examples) misunderstanding of a problem X lead to the solution to a problem Y which is more harder than problem X.
You are putting absurd hurdles to those who are trying to solve problems and make big discoveries!!!!!
Solutions are waiting the guy who is going to discover them.
Someone working on biology field could solve a huge mathematical problem!!!!
IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHAT I SAY THEN SHUT UP!!!
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July 29th, 2016, 10:46 AM   #28
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1) There is no "correct and right approach". There are many solutions to every problem.
2) This in no way means that any of them are simple and use only elementary tools.
3) Every mathematician make mistakes and follows blind paths - that is part of understanding the problem.
4) You have no evidence for your ridiculous claim that "any problem could be solved with elementary tools". It demostrably false. Most knowledge has only been acquired after completely new areas of mathematics have been opened up after high-school algebra.

You are just filled with irrational hatred towards people who were able to do something that you didn't get the opportunity to do. It's a deep unpleasant characteristic.
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July 29th, 2016, 10:52 AM   #29
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Many times (I let you google the examples) misunderstanding of a problem X lead to the solution to a problem Y which is more harder than problem X.
It's actually "hardly any times", and it only happens because someone understands both problems sufficiently well to see a link between the two.

Your conduct is not appropriate to the forum. Please try to exhibit some self-control.
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This is a number theory forum and this discussion is definitely not number theory. Thread closed.
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