John Gabriel

2018-02-12 15:00:32 UTC

Even in Dedekind arithmetic, one does nothing with fake real numbers, only with subsets which are composed of rational numbers.

Dedekind, like Cauchy was a fraud.

A number is the measure of a magnitude.

Sets don't measure anything. In fact, set theory is bogus because a set is undefined.

"For it cannot occasion surprise that different persons should arrive at the same logical conclusions when they have already agreed upon the fundamental laws (axioms), as well as the methods by which other laws are to be deduced therefrom." - Einstein

Einstein was ignorant in more than one way. Mathematics is not about consensus. It is either right or wrong. Modern orangutan academics have invented rules for their mythmatics, but in mathematics there are NO rules, only hard, cold facts.

Dedekind and Cauchy fail:

Dedekind, like Cauchy was a fraud.

A number is the measure of a magnitude.

Sets don't measure anything. In fact, set theory is bogus because a set is undefined.

"For it cannot occasion surprise that different persons should arrive at the same logical conclusions when they have already agreed upon the fundamental laws (axioms), as well as the methods by which other laws are to be deduced therefrom." - Einstein

Einstein was ignorant in more than one way. Mathematics is not about consensus. It is either right or wrong. Modern orangutan academics have invented rules for their mythmatics, but in mathematics there are NO rules, only hard, cold facts.

Dedekind and Cauchy fail: