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  1. Please explain why there are infinitely many nonstandard smooth structures in R^4

    And not in any other Rn
  2. Is mathematics built on the first concept: division, or analytics?

    Are there 2 schools, synthetic and analytic math?

    Obviously Peano's axioms are synthetic. But they rest on the foundation of division. Division includes infinities and wholes. You can't...
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    A point at the origin, is at the angle pi in...

    A point at the origin, is at the angle pi in relation to the x axis. <-- liar's paradox. Does a null vector have direction?

    Single closed loop looped quasi-vector that points at its...
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    Holy fuck. Seriously- blueprint drawing. The...

    Holy fuck. Seriously- blueprint drawing. The ability to do geometry, to make things look nice? Do you care how things look, taste, feel? Art man. It's art. Which is part of engineering. And...
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    bed frame

    bed frame
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    He might not believe the mythology- rather he...

    Is it really that hard to articulate a good reason for why you believe the Christ mythology?[/QUOTE]

    He might not believe the mythology- rather he believes in the paramythology- what the words...
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    Or persistent lack of mathematical and physical...

    I see a much more basic problem. I see no more reason to accept as real any imaginary critter whether it be a god with limited or unlimited magical powers, King Kong, Godzilla, the Sand Man,...
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    Poll: I mentioned it elsewhere, but the thing is, say...

    How the do you not posit a god if you are going to test the hypothesis "if the universe we live in has an intelligent creator or creators, there will be indisputable mathematical evidence built into...
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    So the main problem seems to be the strawman...

    So the main problem seems to be the strawman tri-omni God.


    What about the God (perhaps it's a group of beings that presents itself as one being every time it interacts with you, for...
  10. Obfuscation of reality so that one can control...

    Obfuscation of reality so that one can control reality without guilt?
  11. I'll give it a go. I've done maxima for a while,...

    I'll give it a go. I've done maxima for a while, have lots of code written.


    I don't do the higher level stuff though- I still put together little ideas in my head, while others have learned...
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    There doesn't have to be- if the universe arises...

    Physical constants of the universe have a definitive mathematical message built into them. It would have to be built into the structure of the universe in such a way that any observer would get...
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    Steve has very poor eyesight. Perhaps he doesn't...

    Steve has very poor eyesight. Perhaps he doesn't understand the illusion... or what hylidae means. ;)
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    Physical constants of the universe have a...

    Physical constants of the universe have a definitive mathematical message built into them. It would have to be built into the structure of the universe in such a way that any observer would get the...
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    Poll: How the do you not posit a god if you are going...

    How the do you not posit a god if you are going to test the hypothesis "if the universe we live in has an intelligent creator or creators, there will be indisputable mathematical evidence built into...
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    The other part: lucky.

    The other part: lucky.
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    Wait. I thought the physical world was designed...

    Wait. I thought the physical world was designed to hide God's existence from demonic atheists who couldn't handle omnipresence because they are drama queens who over react to the idea of a being...
  18. Dude. Bank of Steve. I'm in no position to do...

    Dude. Bank of Steve. I'm in no position to do anything amazing with what I know. I have outdated freeware, that... while it allows me to do amazing things that people could (allegedly) only...
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    I don't think you realize. Christians are...

    I don't think you realize. Christians are unwilling to distinguish between the God of their imagination (brain generated God that runs stuff in their head) and a real God.

    They give their...
  20. Ohh, it's silly. I thought that I was onto...

    Ohh, it's silly. I thought that I was onto something new, because of my lack of education.

    So to me, all these things seem brand new. Like when I discovered Taylor Series (didn't know what...
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    Gene gun. Really Steve?

    Gene gun. Really Steve?
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    Wise move. Wouldn't want to risk reading...

    Wise move. Wouldn't want to risk reading something interesting.
  23. So, I've made a tiny bit of progress. I still...

    So, I've made a tiny bit of progress. I still write it the way I write it instead of Loren's method, because I like the x=b=c=n=2 case which generates pi, and the easiest to find coefficients (a_m...
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    Um, Pi is 10 in base Pi. Everyone knows that.

    Um, Pi is 10 in base Pi. Everyone knows that.
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    Natural log of #2 turns up frequently. It's sort...

    Natural log of #2 turns up frequently. It's sort of cattycorner to pi, although related.


    \begin{array}{|c|c|c|c|c|c|c|}
    \hline & \frac{\zeta(1)}{1} & \frac{\zeta(2)}{2}& \frac{\zeta(3)}{3}&...
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