On Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 5:07:38 PM UTC+3,

On Wednesday, 2 November 2016 06:44:13 UTC-7,

On Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 2:32:07 AM

*Post by a***@gmail.com*it's a g00d problem, though, iff

you consider both the superparticular and the

subparticular ratios,

The (max or best approximation) ratio, can be

visualized in number sense as in binary would seem

an endless repeated digits of one as this (0.111...),

which also impossible to exist and therefore can

not be exactly as one, but a mind illusion, fake

number and distorted picture of one, one is nothing

but truly one, and one is really very very angry from

all who keep distorting him deliberately to endless

pieces

Note that this proof is based only on "common

sense" that top professional mathematicians must

acquire!,

And this is indeed required urgently from clever

students to convince the world's top Journals and

Universities that two successive integers are

impossible to be equal

Don't hold your breath. The top journals are run by

the same idiots who propagate these dumb ideas. I

made the same argument on Space Time and the Universe

forum and those idiots just brushed it off. The fact

is that no n exists such that 1 = n/(n+1) and as

you've pointed out, no n exists either such that

0.999... = n/(n+1).

Students have the full right now to say to

We do not need now education, ...

Teachers, leave those kids away, ...

Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin

integer

*Post by a***@gmail.com**Post by Peter Percival*which doesn't exist

--

Do, as a concession to my poor wits, Lord

Darlington, just explain

*Post by a***@gmail.com**Post by Peter Percival*to me what you really mean.

I think I had better not, Duchess. Nowadays

to be intelligible is

Windermere's Fan

Don't hold your breath. The top journals are run by

the same idiots who propagate these dumb ideas. I

made the same argument on Space Time and the Universe

forum and those idiots just brushed it off. The fact

is that no n exists such that 1 = n/(n+1) and as

you've pointed out, no n exists either such that

0.999... = n/(n+1).

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But I believe that truth would win in the end if we

e assume that mankind is an intelligent being,

otherwise not at all, and the whole problem is far

beyond this little particular example,

It is the huge consequences waiting behind this fake

e protection high infinite wall which is standing as

mind barrier block in the professional

mathematician’s heads, especially the right side of

the brain that seems completely damaged, it was well

planted in their skulls due to the phobia of being

too big or too small, even though it is not their

deeds, but a bad inherited thoughts that would not be

thrown away completely from mathematics, but can

simply reconsidered and redefined more suitably

In simple words “No number exists with endless terms

(with or without) a decimal notation in any defined

constructible number base system” (excluding zeros

case), but can be visualized as (John Gabriel) does

explain it repeatedly as magnitudes (being impossible

to measure exactly) in any well defined units.

I know it is too hard and very difficult for the

e vast majority to believe that (Pi), (e), cubrt(2),

and infinitely many more as real algebraic and

transcendental numbers are all fake non existing

numbers on the number line,

of course everything seems as kind of madness, but

t unfortunately “this is the truth”

And can be proved with very little common sense

Some would prefer to dismiss the number line being

the main criteria for testing what is true or what is

fake, being as physical dimension, or geometry and

thinking that mathematics is only mind obstruction,

but I see no valid reason for this, since mathematics

sense started by numbering or courting, from the

observable countable physical existing objects around

us, so yes physics was the origin of (our

mathematics)

Once this huge fiction in mathematics is announced

d clearly by the many who got it, then, there is more

fiction stories in mathematics would find their way

to be eliminated completely from mathematician’s

minds

Regards

Bassam King Karzeddin