From: Peter Riedt on 12 Aug 2010 20:36 One is the only number in natural mathematics Natural mathematics is a system of using symbols (09, AF, +, , *, /, = etc) and letters of the Latin and Greek alphabets to express an infinite number of numbers or attributes of material entities as values or define relationships between entities and forces by formulas. Everything that can be verified by human senses or instruments or has a measurable effect can be reduced to a mathematical notation. To cater for the entire complexity of the system 8 rules are required. Rules 1 and 2 ensure that natural mathematics is consistent in all situations providing a system of absolute perfection. The 8 rules of natural mathematics are: 1. Natural mathematics uses number systems such as binary, octal, decimal, duodecimal and hexadecimal to represent values. Each system has only one basic number, the digit 1, but an infinite number of derived numbers. Any number can be positive or negative. All derived numbers are multiples or parts of 1 or +1 or a combination of multiples and parts. Some numbers have special properties e.g. prime numbers, infinite decimals, relative numbers, irrational numbers, imaginary numbers and transcendental numbers. Zero and infinity are not numbers or digits (refer Notes 1, 2 and 3). 2. Derived numbers are made up from strings of the basic number. In the decimal system, the symbols 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (digits 2 to 9) represent strings 2 to 9 e. g. string 3 = 1 + 1 + 1 = 3. 3. Zero and the digits 1 to 9 can be grouped in any combination to form derived numbers. In the decimal system, each digit in a group is multiplied by 10 or multiples of 10 according to its position from the right less 1. The results are added together e. g. 305001 = 3*10*10*10*10*10 + 5*10*10*10 + 1; 351 = 3*10*10 + 5*10 + 1. In the other four systems, the position multiplier is 2, 8, 12 and 16 respectively. Negative numbers are created by multiplication with 1 e. g. 21 = 2*10 + 1 *1. 4. Operators such as +, , *, /, roots and powers etc can be used to increment numbers by additive processes or decrement numbers by subtractive processes. All processes are incremental (increasing a value), decremental (decreasing a value) or comparative (comparing two values to be LT, GT or equal to each other). 5. Any number can be represented by a Latin or Greek letter or a combination of numbers and letters (expressions). 6. Formulas (equations) consist of two sets of numbers or expressions, connected by the equal sign. When resolved, the values of set 1 and 2 will be equal if true or unequal if false. 7. Attributes are represented by letters or symbols. They require a reference or definition. 8. Relationships are expressed by formulas. Note 1: Zero is the dividing point between positive and negative numbers. It represents the absence of a number. 1  1 = 0 but 1 apple 1 apple doesnt mean that the apple has disappeared altogether. The apple still exists in another place or form. Material entities can only be moved or transformed; they cannot be destroyed or created from nothing. Yet as nothing existed in the beginning and now a whole universe can be observed and experienced, we must admit that nothing has been the beginning of everything even though we cannot understand how it happened. Note 2: Infinity does not exist for material things. An infinitive amount of any given material thing would preclude everything else i.e. an infinite number of apples would mean an infinite universe of apples and nothing else. In respect of time, there are four possibilities: time with a beginning and end (finite time); time without a beginning and end (infinite time); time with a beginning but no end (infinite time opened); time with no beginning but an end (infinite time closed). The birth of any member of a life form is infinite time closed and death is infinite time opened. The period between birth and death is infinite time interrupted. Other examples of infinity relate to numbers. There is an infinite number of positive and negative numbers and an infinite number of fractions between any two numbers. Note 3. Both nothing and infinity are elements of the space outside the universe (the void). The void is nondimensional, immaterial and timeless. The void contains an infinite amount of nothing and nothing else. Nothing and infinity are companions. Peter Riedt
From: Inertial on 12 Aug 2010 22:04 "Peter Riedt" wrote in message news:56ae07934bbc4a9db15d1994429d9ae0(a)h40g2000pro.googlegroups.com... > >One is the only number in natural mathematics So .. mathematics is another area you don't know much about, but are still going to pontificate on. Why am I not surprised.
From: eric gisse on 13 Aug 2010 06:27 Peter Riedt wrote: [snip idiotic blather] Guess whose back with a new address saying new stupid things.
From: Thomas Heger on 13 Aug 2010 11:43 Peter Riedt schrieb: > One is the only number in natural mathematics > I think, there are five 0, 1, i, pi, e TH
From: PD on 13 Aug 2010 14:32 On Aug 12, 7:36 pm, Peter Riedt <rie...(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote: > One is the only number in natural mathematics Peter, mathematics is not about how you write down mathematical expressions. What you call "natural mathematics" is a handy guide for writing down mathematical expressions, but that means that what you call "natural mathematics" isn't really mathematics. Plus, your dim programming experience makes you think, apparently, that mathematics can be reduced to simple coding exercises. I'd like to see how you get a cube root or a natural log to be a simple "incrementing or decrementing" procedure. > > Natural mathematics is a system of using symbols (09, AF, +, , > *, /, = etc) and letters of the Latin and Greek alphabets to express > an infinite number of numbers or attributes of material entities as > values or define relationships between entities and forces by > formulas. Everything that can be verified by human senses or > instruments or has a measurable effect can be reduced to a > mathematical notation. To cater for the entire complexity of the > system 8 rules are required. Rules 1 and 2 ensure that natural > mathematics is consistent in all situations providing a system of > absolute perfection. > > The 8 rules of natural mathematics are: > > 1. Natural mathematics uses number systems such as binary, octal, > decimal, duodecimal and hexadecimal to represent values. Each system > has only one basic number, the digit 1, but an infinite number of > derived numbers. Any number can be positive or negative. All derived > numbers are multiples or parts of 1 or +1 or a combination of > multiples and parts. Some numbers have special properties e.g. prime > numbers, infinite decimals, relative numbers, irrational numbers, > imaginary numbers and transcendental numbers. Zero and infinity are > not numbers or digits (refer Notes 1, 2 and 3). > > 2. Derived numbers are made up from strings of the basic number. In > the decimal system, the symbols 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (digits 2 to 9) > represent strings 2 to 9 e. g. string 3 = 1 + 1 + 1 = 3. > > 3. Zero and the digits 1 to 9 can be grouped in any combination to > form derived numbers. In the decimal system, each digit in a group is > multiplied by 10 or multiples of 10 according to its position from the > right less 1. The results are added together e. g. 305001 = > 3*10*10*10*10*10 + 5*10*10*10 + 1; 351 = 3*10*10 + 5*10 + 1. In the > other four systems, the position multiplier is 2, 8, 12 and 16 > respectively. Negative numbers are created by multiplication with 1 > e. g. 21 = 2*10 + 1 *1. > > 4. Operators such as +, , *, /, roots and powers etc can be used to > increment numbers by additive processes or decrement numbers by > subtractive processes. All processes are incremental (increasing a > value), decremental (decreasing a value) or comparative (comparing two > values to be LT, GT or equal to each other). > > 5. Any number can be represented by a Latin or Greek letter or a > combination of numbers and letters (expressions). > > 6. Formulas (equations) consist of two sets of numbers or expressions, > connected by the equal sign. When resolved, the values of set 1 and 2 > will be equal if true or unequal if false. > > 7. Attributes are represented by letters or symbols. They require a > reference or definition. > > 8. Relationships are expressed by formulas. > > Note 1: Zero is the dividing point between positive and negative > numbers. It represents the absence of a number. 1  1 = 0 but 1 apple > 1 apple doesnt mean that the apple has disappeared altogether. The > apple still exists in another place or form. Material entities can > only be moved or transformed; they cannot be destroyed or created from > nothing. Yet as nothing existed in the beginning and now a whole > universe can be observed and experienced, we must admit that nothing > has been the beginning of everything even though we cannot understand > how it happened. > > Note 2: Infinity does not exist for material things. An infinitive > amount of any given material thing would preclude everything else i.e. > an infinite number of apples would mean an infinite universe of apples > and nothing else. In respect of time, there are four possibilities: > time with a beginning and end (finite time); time without a beginning > and end (infinite time); time with a beginning but no end (infinite > time opened); time with no beginning but an end (infinite time > closed). The birth of any member of a life form is infinite time > closed and death is infinite time opened. The period between birth and > death is infinite time interrupted. Other examples of infinity relate > to numbers. There is an infinite number of positive and negative > numbers and an infinite number of fractions between any two numbers. > > Note 3. Both nothing and infinity are elements of the space outside > the universe (the void). The void is nondimensional, immaterial and > timeless. The void contains an infinite amount of nothing and nothing > else. Nothing and infinity are companions. > > Peter Riedt

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