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originally posted by: HiddenRay
Have you perhaps seen Terrance Howard book 1x1=2?
Do you know who Terrance Howard is?
He's a pretty well-known and famous actor.
He's quitting acting to help share the truth.
Dude may be on to something...check it out...
Math = real world stuff.
originally posted by: frenchfries
Math = real world stuff.
NO math is description of world 'stuff'.
No amount of math can 'reality' bring into existence if you say otherwise you're volemort and I might be Harry potter.
Now let's play Quidditch and another freshman will bite the dust...
Math is just an variation of the bohemian Rapsodie ..
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
a reply to: Alien Abduct
You said “behind”!!
So what do you mean??
Actually, the OP is late. But i ain’t no physicist... Just a math nerd..
And seriously, this is a cool idea...
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
Synopsis: Some physicists were looking at data from the LHC and realized a “symmetrical feature” of their data. So they did the math.
The result was they discovered an unknown mathematical law about matrices that precisely describe neutrino oscillations through universe!
Freaked by their discovery, they seemed out one of the preeminent mathematicians in the world, Terrance Tao, who instantly provided a couple other solutions to the equation.
The result being that “abstract math” describes the real world!!!
Restating that, math is not “man-made”!!
Regardless of which intelligence observers it, an integer is an integer. And the physical world is depicted in equations!
So what, TEOT, (you freak)??
Math = real world stuff.
Thoughts?? (Sorry that this is not complete with more linear algebra and pictures of the math but am jazzed by the idea that we can derive details from abstract equations)! Because this is important...)
I am not sure if I understand what you mean here, but we all have access to the pre-prints on arxiv.org, just click on the "pdf" link in the download section (other formats is another option if you want to pursue that but the pdfs work great for me).
originally posted by: bastion
If you have access to the papers on arxiv.org I'm really interested in reading both the Eigen Vectors from Eigen Values paper (my specialism) and highly intruiged by the Eigenvalues: the Rosetta Stone for Neutrino Oscillations in Matter paper, I wouldn't understand a lot of it but interested to see what paticular technique differs from what we had to self derive at Uni.