Originally posted by buddhasystem
What I do know is that by giving subspaces a topological structure it is possible to realize a continuous spectrum of eschatological entities which are not subject to causality principle; by giving them the structure of a differential manifold one can talk about smooth transition between theories of Ahura Mazda and Angra Mainyu
Originally posted by Bobathon
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Not sure that's what Zoroaster had in mind...
No, but it is of what Zarathustra spake.
Originally posted by Bobathon
reply to post by 4nsicphd
differential manifolds?
I ask thee, O Lord of Life, what is the penalty of those who increase the power of the false one?
Hmmm, copying from Wikipedia instead of going away for three years to study topology and differential geometry and then coming back to answer properly, which is what you should have done. The gods will be angry.
If you have an issue with subspaces as I mention them, it would be a good idea to take it up with owners of that Wiki page -- you may have a point and they may be wrong.
Originally posted by Bobathon
Hmmm, copying from Wikipedia instead of going away for three years to study topology and differential geometry and then coming back to answer properly, which is what you should have done. The gods will be angry.
Originally posted by Bobathon
What did the physicist say to the mathematician presenting new work on connected zero-dimensional manifolds?
"you may have a point"
I don't know, what would a mathematician's answer to a physicist's claim that smooth operation of a proportional chamber is most readily achieved with addition of 20% chlorine to the gas mix?
Originally posted by buddhasystem
And what would a mathematician's answer to a physicist's claim that smooth operation of a proportional chamber is most readily achieved with addition of 20% chlorine to the gas mix?
Originally posted by buddhasystem
Originally posted by Bobathon
What did the physicist say to the mathematician presenting new work on connected zero-dimensional manifolds?
"you may have a point"
And what would a mathematician's answer to a physicist's claim that smooth operation of a proportional chamber is most readily achieved with addition of 20% chlorine to the gas mix?
Originally posted by Byrd
Originally posted by Bobathon
reply to post by 4nsicphd
differential manifolds?
I've read Zarathustra and I'm pretty certain he didn't speak of differential manifolds. Those who are skeptical of the claim may check out Zoroaster's Gathas here. I promise that it's physics free. :
www.zarathushtra.com...
Originally posted by maxwellsdemon
Good luck, I hope he's right but it is simpler than that, use Faraday, Goedel, Lord Kelvin and plug that into James Clarke Maxwell's equations and you will find a very simple answer.
Can be used for molecules, hyperspace, electricity, gravity, radition and also FTL etc.
Originally posted by Bobathon
To a scientist, if you claim to be published in peer-reviewed conference proceedings it means very little.
Originally posted by Mary Rose
Going forward, I think it would be helpful to discuss Haramein's theory without reliance on scientific dogma or scientific authority figures as established in the mainstream.