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geometrical-probability theory #4.22 & #238 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Owen Jacobson wrote: On 2010-07-26 01:19:13 -0400, Archimedes Plutonium said: where there are 10^536 such numbers all having exactly 268 digits The problem with this idea should be obvious, even to you. Perhaps a lucky mistake. Probability theory gives alot of puns, if one is into pun makin... 26 Jul 2010 10:32
EXPERIMENTAL CONFIRMATION OF EINSTEIN'S RELATIVITY If an infinitely long object can be trapped inside an infinitely short container, and if an Einsteinian travelling with the rivet sees the bug squashed while the bug sees itself alive and kicking, then the Michelson-Morley experiment confirms Einstein's relativity and refutes Newton's emission theory of light: h... 28 Jul 2010 06:22
turning probability combinations and permutations into geometrical concepts #4.20 & #236 Correcting Math & Atom Totality On 2010-07-26 01:19:13 -0400, Archimedes Plutonium said: where there are 10^536 such numbers all having exactly 268 digits The problem with this idea should be obvious, even to you. -o ... 26 Jul 2010 08:21
Geometrical-Probability theory #4.21 & #237 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Archimedes Plutonium wrote: Alright, I have not really done much to further the science of probability theory. It really has not moved or budged much from French probability advances. We have the Fundamental Counting Principle as a exponental. A test with two choices (true false test) that has 3 ques... 26 Jul 2010 04:04
turning probability combinations and permutations into geometrical concepts #4.20 & #236 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Alright, I have not really done much to further the science of probability theory. It really has not moved or budged much from French probability advances. We have the Fundamental Counting Principle as a exponental. A test with two choices (true false test) that has 3 questions would have 2x2x2 outcomes. With 4 qu... 26 Jul 2010 01:56
What are space, and time for BP's cap&trade nostrum (circa Waxman's '91 bill on acid rain) if the ruler is of sufficient stiffness, local gravity won't bend it too much (ultimately depends upon teh tensile strength, obvious with stretched cord per the *harpedanaptae* of Ol'Egypt, or spokes on a bicycle .-) the curvature of Universe was discovered by Eratosthenes (with a correspondent on teh same merid... 25 Jul 2010 21:39
Fundamental counting principle, can we expand its meaning to be more universal? #4.19 & #235 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Archimedes Plutonium wrote: Owen Jacobson wrote: On 2010-07-24 02:29:40 -0400, Archimedes Plutonium said: (snipped) I don't think there is a nucleus with 268 nucleons If you don't care for stability, you can fit rather more 268 nucleons into a nucleus. 285a Cn (element 112) has... 25 Jul 2010 16:12
where is the factorial value 1/2 of the exponent value in 10^500 #4.18 & #234 Correcting Math & Atom Totality Owen Jacobson wrote: On 2010-07-24 02:29:40 -0400, Archimedes Plutonium said: (snipped) I don't think there is a nucleus with 268 nucleons If you don't care for stability, you can fit rather more 268 nucleons into a nucleus. 285a Cn (element 112) has a half life around half a minute, which i... 25 Jul 2010 15:07
where is the factorial value 1/2 of the exponent value in 10^500 #4.13 Correcting Math On 2010-07-24 02:29:40 -0400, Archimedes Plutonium said: Transfer Principle wrote: solve 2x = log(x!) for x and then clicked on "use the base 10 logarithm." Though Wolfram returns the trivial value x = 0, there is a graph, and one can roll the mouse over the non-trivial solution: ... 25 Jul 2010 12:58
misleading idea of contradiction proofs; Twin Primes must have a Euclid type proof #4.17 Correcting Math Now I was asking Lwalk in a prior post, and hope he does not ignore the question. The question was that since Euclid Infinitude of Primes proof, both direct and indirect yield the infinitude of Regular primes and since the twin primes are a subset. One has to wonder, logically, that logic demands the same apparatu... 25 Jul 2010 04:25 |