#### CallMeMaggot

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¡ Por el culo te la hinco!

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Lol what.

It all makes sense now.

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this is not completely true,

as book 10 of the Elements contains a formal theory of irrational numbers,

due to eudoxus of cnidus (if i recall right. my math teacher was boring)

I suppose because all numbers consist of 4 points, two lines against one another. Then Irrational numbers would merely those whose 4 pointed proportions do not line up in comprehensible harmony, hence the blasphemy. But I don't speak greek.this is not completely true,

as book 10 of the Elements contains a formal theory of irrational numbers,

due to eudoxus of cnidus (if i recall right. my math teacher was boring)

I also think some of the issue w modern science is the illogically dated system of taxonomy. One of my RLF and I were talking about this. Mathematics is the communication of proportion, physics is the study of proportion.

Let A be the assigned straight line.

It is required to find two straight lines incommensurable, the one in length only, and the other in square also, with A.

Set out two numbers B and C which do not have to one another the ratio which a square number has to a square number, that is, which are not similar plane numbers, and let it be contrived that B is to C as the square on A is to the square on D, for we have learned how to do this.

Therefore the square on A is commensurable with the square on D.

And, since B does not have to C the ratio which a square number has to a square number, therefore neither has the square on A to the square on D the ratio which a square number has to a square number, therefore A is incommensurable in length with D.

Take a mean proportional E between A and D. Then A is to D as the square on A is to the square on E.

But A is incommensurable in length with D, therefore the square on A is also incommensurable with the square on E. Therefore A is incommensurable in square with E.

Therefore two straight lines D and E have been found incommensurable, D in length only, and E in square and of course in length also, with the assigned straight line A.

also:

This is how they invented economics.Turing:If one takes Frege's symbolism and gives someone the technique of multiplying in it, then by Russell Paradox he could get a wrong multiplication.

plus a constant

From the spell cast by a witch to summon back her lover "Seven is, of course, the perfect number, the mystic number, even as three; and all must be done by odd numbers.

I just love this shit, can't get enough of it. Thought you may like it too @CallMeMaggot

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Go for the kabbalah if u like that shit, it's like +9000 power circlejerk on thatI just love this shit, can't get enough of it. Thought you may like it too @CallMeMaggot

I think the Kabbalah is a bit of Persian gobbeldegook mix with Hebrew culture.Go for the kabbalah if u like that shit, it's like +9000 power circlejerk on that

Most of the orthodox hebrew use of these number tricks have to do with mnemonic tricks for creating eidetic memory as well as poetic sense via intuitive proportion. They also have to do a lot of astronomy to know when is the proper time to hold festivals, Astrology depends because it's left open. I'm positive that Newton, who was at Dr. Rice levels of occult obsession, only rejected astrology because Maimonides fucking hated it. Maimonides fucking hated it because he was engaged in a slap fight flame war with a rival school of thought in Jerusalem headed by Ezra who was a famous Astrologer.

Newton was obsessed with the Jews, especially Maimonides, and there's a strong connection between him and Spinoza & Leibniz. It's like Hume's racism, he discards the biases and the prejudices he WANTS to get rid of but not the ones he likes. You figure out the framework they are slaves to and by starting with their errors you can actually see what they are saying.

But there are strong similarities in the use of the number one million seems in Egyptian as well as Hebrew society - the Egyptian symbol for 1 million is a man in amazement (Egyptians had two sets of notation - one for poetic usage and another for the scribes for taxation, architecture and distributive utility functions).

I'm trying to narrow in on differences between Indo-European conception of numbers and that of Semitic.

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I'm trying to narrow in on differences between Indo-European conception of numbers and that of~~Semitic~~.

I'm pretty sure you mean Egyptian

ps. proto-semitic would imply sumerian though

Thank you, yes that is true by blood!I'm pretty you mean Egyptianps. proto-semitic would imply sumerian though

In the Bible I noticed glancing similarities to some Babylonian mathematics customs. I'm terribly ignorant on a shit ton of this. I'm more interested in my mistakes. So the Babylonian weird thing with the thousands of years and what not for the reigns of kings. What the fuck is going on there? Are they referring to individuals or a succession of individuals or is there a secondary or special proportion used in addition to the 60/60 thing to describe the divine king's life? I suppose you could try to sync it up with contemporary sources but I'm not sure there are any for that period.

Did you ever find it? You said it was aptly good.Oh, and so far as Math being political, I read something by Hannah Arendt awhile back, and fuck all if I can remember what it was, but Imma see if I can find it, because it was about the nature of what constitutes a "political action", and it was good, and apt to this conversation.

It was my next post, chulo. Unfortunately, the PDF of the books text appears to be unavailable in the original place... so here. It's a very good read. She fucked Heidegger, you know.Did you ever find it? You said it was aptly good.

Who wants to help me with trig

Like a fucking pro, you bet your ass she did.She fucked Heidegger, you know.

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Who wants to help me with trig

Nobody of course, but somebody would appreciate the challenge

shoot it

ps. Arendt's unsuccessful love life is reason enough for her distorted political views

hell, it is reason enough for all kinds of distort