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You are not logged in. #1 20051130 05:59:55
Possibilities of "conventional" mathsImagine this: As at night, we realise we will never Know and further thinking is pointless....Yet we start again and again #2 20051130 07:45:49
Re: Possibilities of "conventional" mathsVery good points you make. "The physicists defer only to mathematicians, and the mathematicians defer only to God ..."  Leon M. Lederman #3 20051130 07:58:01
Re: Possibilities of "conventional" mathsOften I've thought about whether it would be possible to make digitless math, with factors in place of numbers.Something like logic but then with advanced mathemathical laws. As at night, we realise we will never Know and further thinking is pointless....Yet we start again and again #4 20051130 08:47:16
Re: Possibilities of "conventional" mathsEvidence was gathered to support string theory, but it had to be interpreted in very complicated way and I've forgotten how they did it. It was on a programme that I saw about 3 years ago. Now, though, they're saying that string theory is wrong and the new theory accepted by most quantum physicians is 'M' theory. No one knows what the M stands for except the creator of the theory, and he's not telling. Why did the vector cross the road? It wanted to be normal. #5 20051130 22:32:41
Re: Possibilities of "conventional" mathsWhat is this M theory? As at night, we realise we will never Know and further thinking is pointless....Yet we start again and again 