bassam king karzeddin
2016-11-09 08:47:24 UTC
Another Fake number, (the cube root of two)
Consider the real number cubrt(2) which is widely believed as an existing real number on the real number line, this was the second most famous number after (Pi), that had been incomprehensible by the ancient mathematicians, especially by the Greek, where simply they had proven rigorously the impossibility of such number, by their most famous three impossible puzzles, (trisecting an arbitrary angle, squaring the circle, and doubling the cube), which are all impossible to solve.
So the following Diophantine equation is impossible in positive integers:
(n^3 / m^3 = 2) Eqn. (1)
And let us see how this holy grail of mathematics was provoked intentionally by the most famous mathematicians in later stages, just to keep adding infinitely many fake non existing numbers and create huge volumes of fake misleading mathematics that eventually would certainly come to a dead end.
See the so clear cheating in mathematics made by the most famous mathematicians those days,
Eqn. (1) is impossible, therefore anything that is derived or comes out of it!
They (morons) simply took the cube roots of both sides of Eqn. (1), and deliberately considered them equal, so they got as this:
(cubrt(2) = n/m), whereas this fact must be (cubrt(2) =/= n/m)
And the silly trick they rely on is that, if they can convince the so innocent (as you) that there is nearly a solution, then they could pass their dirty talents into your skulls, since this rarely can be noticed,
Betraying the Queen of science and so many generations to come (so unbelievable crime in the history of mathematics)
And then, they introduced the new concept as being degree of accuracy (where they can present a long numbers after the decimal notation to cheat and convince you how close is it ) to indicate that well established fake number that never exists, but what they actually claim that exists behind (what was later called infinity), ignoring the so simple and rigorous proof by the Greek, of the impossibility of such number
Some would argue that the problem was actually constructing of the cubrt(2), using unmarked straight edge and a compass with finite number of steps, which was impossible, (true), but the Greek never knew the actual valid reason of such impossibility, because the deep deception of (Pi) as being an existing real number on the number line
And some would argue that construction can be made by other means as Origami, but I would tell them the truth that must be clear cheating, even they might be able to construct a cube root of a given cube number, which is not interesting at all, but cheating and business making
The fact that you cannot construct the cube root of two by any means with finite number of steps is due to its non existing or being fake and fiction number (introduced devilishly by old mathematicians just to pass their unnecessarily talents and was purely a intuitive conclusion without any rigorous proof as the case of sqrt(2) which was proved rigorously
For simplicity, the representation in our decimal 10 base number here for cubrt(2), (m = 10^k), where (k) is positive integer, and ( n ) is positive integer with (k + 1) digits, so like this if you keep increasing (k), you think that you are getting closer and closer to the assumed mind number, but to get it exactly, you would need (k) to be increased indefinitely , same for (n, m ), then you would arrive at the so obvious contradictions,
First, this is impossible to achieve because no largest integer exists, and second, (integers with endless digits are not accepted in mathematics), (this proof is basically a common sense proof, no need to use all those called advanced mathematics or modern tools, as the set theories, famous cuts, intermediate theorem, Newton’s approximations, limits, infinity, … etc),
And yes it is a fake number beyond doubt.
For interested school students to comprehend this clear fiction story in mathematics, better try it yourself with numerical approximation to any digits of accuracy starting in increasing order as specified above,
Then you would certainly conclude those illusions or fiction stories in mathematics yourself provided that you insist on the absolute meaning of exactness and never be satisfied with “this is enough”.
But for practical problems on earth, this constructible approximation may be convenient (but constructible), so this is the fact
You should consider the following points
1) It does not matter if you make it in any other constructible base number system
2) It does not matter if you choose (n, m) as any positive constructible numbers
3) This is applicable and includes all the irrational numbers (that are not constructible numbers) as being fake non existing numbers on the real number line
4) This is applicable to any infinite representation of any constructible numbers
5) No number exists with endless terms (with or without a decimal notation)
Thanking your tolerance for my opinion in those matters
Bassam King Karzeddin
9th, Nov., 2016