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July 18th, 2017, 06:55 AM   #1
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The Continuum-Hypothesis

I'm intrigued by the Continuum-Hypothesis.

It's a very delicate point so I will wait lot before share somthink about, but again my Complicate Modulus seems usefull.

Here some third party info about the problem:

https://www.ias.edu/ideas/2011/kenne...uum-hypothesis
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Not sure why this is in number theory, but ok. Is there anything you'd like to know about CH? I'm willing to answer if I know the answer.
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Not sure why this is in number theory, but ok. Is there anything you'd like to know about CH? I'm willing to answer if I know the answer.
Are you fully conversant with gnomons? Don't worry: you soon will be. Mostly complicatemodule uses them to solve Fermat's Last Theorem in a way that takes even longer to explain than Wiles's method.
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Not sure why this is in number theory, but ok. Is there anything you'd like to know about CH? I'm willing to answer if I know the answer.
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Are you fully conversant with gnomons? Don't worry: you soon will be. Mostly complicatemodule uses them to solve Fermat's Last Theorem in a way that takes even longer to explain than Wiles's method.
Oh.... Not good....
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Don't worry, I will not bore you more.
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Don't worry, I will not bore you more.
I wouldn't consider it boring if you shared your thoughts on CH.

Much of what you post I can't decipher in part because of what I believe is a poor translation into English.

Maybe if you started with some simple ideas that you write out similar to what might appear in the abstract of a paper as opposed to pages upon pages of step-sum-complicate-modulus-mumbo-jumbo and graphs, people could at least get a feel for what you are attempting and perhaps work from there. Would you be willing to take a crack at posting a clean narrative of your approach?
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