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originally posted by: GetHyped
Has ConnectDots passed the Turing test yet?
originally posted by: ConnectDots
Mathis has also posted a short version of his finding. Within the link, there is a link to a rebuttal to a critique of it. Also within the paper he has to make reference to another paper which preceded it, "A Disproof of Newton’s Fundamental Lemmae."
Here is the diagram at the beginning of the paper, and just the concluding paragraph:
. . . This means that the historical and current interpretation cannot be correct. The hypotenuses do not converge to the curve or the arc. No, as I show above, it is the tangent that converges upon the arc, but the convergence happens only when the tangent equals the radius. This convergence can happen only at 1/8th of the circle, and it happens just as I show in these papers. It happens because the arc is never a continuous curve, even at the limit. The arc is defined as a curve composed of linear or straight vectors, therefore it can never be continuous...
[snip]...But since the arc is not continuous even at the limit, the path truly does converge upon the arc, as we draw more steps. Since the distance doesn't change no matter how many steps we draw, the tangent must converge upon the arc. Or, at 1/8 of the circle, the tangent simply IS the arc.
milesmathis.com...
This work requires an open mind to revolutionary ideas, and the time to read.
originally posted by: GetHyped
Pi is actually equal to 6. Here's my proof:
circle
c i r c l e
6 letters
Therefore, pi = 6.
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: MuonToGluon
What about the half a pie theory. You and friend each have half the pizza.
8 / 2 = 4. You both have 4 but together 8. This is why when people travel together, the trip seems to take less time.
You and I will be receiving this noble prize together, however I will be taking credit for your math proof.
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: MuonToGluon
You and I will be receiving this noble prize together, however I will be taking credit for your math proof.
I suppose that means I get the million dollar of the prize.
I'll split it with ya. Your supplied inspiration.
originally posted by: MuonToGluon
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: MuonToGluon
You and I will be receiving this noble prize together, however I will be taking credit for your math proof.
I suppose that means I get the million dollar of the prize.
I'll split it with ya. Your supplied inspiration.
Deal, but I get the little nobel coin trophy thingie.
originally posted by: roadgravel
a reply to: MuonToGluon
What about the half a pie theory. You and friend each have half the pizza.
originally posted by: GetHyped
Pi is actually equal to 6. Here's my proof:
circle
c i r c l e
6 letters
Therefore, pi = 6.