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# Player and Calculus

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William Posted: Mon, Dec 27 2010 10:20 AM
Player Writes: "Any more references to heterodox calculus will be deleted on this thread,as it is off topic. Please start another thread if it interests you." So...they can waste Mises Forums bragging how they worship State-Academia and their teachings and got good grades by revering them unquestioned, but when I point out that what they are learning is erroneous and show the logical reasons for distrusting Court-Academicians then suddenly the thread is off-topic? I brought the thread back to topic, to discussing the influence of the state on sciences and knowledge in general
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liberty student replied on Mon, Dec 27 2010 10:28 AM

Another moved post

"I have earned the right to write this paper by first writing three important papers on the foundations of the calculus. The first shows that the derivative has been defined wrongly from the beginning, and that the derivative is a constant differential over a subinterval, not a diminishing differential as we approach zero. There is no necessary approach to zero in the calculus, and the interval of the derivative is a real interval. In any particular problem, you can find the time that passes during the derivative, so nothing in the calculus is instantaneous, either. This revolutionizes QED by forbidding the point particle and bypassing all need for renormalization. The second paper proves that Newton's first eight lemmae or assumptions in the Principia are all false. Newton monitors the wrong angle in his triangle as he goes to the limit, achieving faulty conclusions about his angles, and about the value of the tangent and arc at the limit. Finally, the third paper rigorously analyzes all the historical proofs of the orbital equation a=v2/r, including the proofs of Newton and Feynman, showing they all contain fundamental errors. The current equation is shown to be false, and the equation for the orbital velocity v=2πr/t is also shown to be false. Those who don't find enough rigor in this paper should read those three papers before they decide this is all too big a leap."

abskebabs, maybe you should do your homework and read first, I already posted links to the articles mentioned in the above quote which is the beginning of the paper you claim to be wrong based on... fun? a joke? a stupid image? is that the deepness of your intellect? "Oh, someone said something different! Let's kick him...no, we can't kick through the internet... let's make fun of him instead! Haha! you question thinks! You think! Haha! You should be like us and copy-pasting absurd images so we escape the thinking process!"

Do you realize how you act? Don't you see instead of funy you appear childish in the worst sense?

And I believe this is important. Getting rid of state's money is as important as getting rid of state's misconceptions on sciences and the physical world.

The state didn't stop corrupting the university at economics and law, history and sciences should be as suspects as having their own lord Keynes as economics.

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William replied on Mon, Dec 27 2010 10:32 AM
No, I am just trying to keep things on topic. I split the thread, the beginning of your calculus discussion is now under the new thread name "Calculus Discussion". If you want the name changed to something else, I'll do it.
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