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    Quote Originally Posted by grapes View Post
    No, you were right, you were wrong.

    Binomial expansion applies to numbers not vectors. You can extend the definition, but you haven't done that. You've made up your own definitions, some of which are meaningless.

    ??

    One sub a? That's not a vector? Is it one, when it's squared? What's the point?

    The norm of a vector is *not* computed by taking the sum of the square roots of the coefficients. That makes no sense at all.

    I've never posted that even once.

    You, however, continue to repeat the same errors. If you think that's how we should deal with spammers--


    You have no idea what you're talking about.
    The basis vector comes from my establishing basis vectors from STR. That is a very fundamental point, and you have no idea WTF I am talking about.

    , are the magnitudes of the vectors that form a (3,4,5) Pythagorean triangle, characterized as vectors.

    Pythagorean Triple (Math is Fun)




    Village Idiot...

    You've never posted it, because you don't even admit that independent variables exist at all. They are irrelevant to your perspective, and integral to mine. We can disagree on this point, but if you want to maintain it you should have said it once and started your own thread, at which point any serious mathematician (including Wiles) would be laughing their asses off....

    Please leave my thread if you want to maintain the Binomial Expansion is not a function x=B(a,b) as well as Fermat's Expression x'=F(a,b), and have nothing to do with vectors, characterizing the integer plane (a,b) as a subset of the real numbers (x,y) and thus two dimensions in Cartesian coordinates in terms of lengths (magnitudes) and direction relative to the origin (0,0).

    Start your own thread, and claim the value of the single dimension (number line) (a) as opposed to the plane (a,b). But leave this thread, since you repeat this incessantly, like spam, and any mathematician since Descartes (with the exception of the Peanut Gallery) accepts two dimensions, even Wiles who implements modular functions as an extension of elliptic functions...

    You have your head so far up your ass you can't see any light at all.... not even either exit....
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    The basis vector comes from my establishing basis vectors from STR. That is a very fundamental point, and you have no idea WTF I am talking about.
    Go back to your post that I asked about--that doesn't even appear in your post.
    , are the magnitudes of the vectors that form a (3,4,5) Pythagorean triangle, characterized as vectors.

    Pythagorean Triple (Math is Fun)




    Village Idiot...
    Those have nothing to do with your last post either.
    You've never posted it, because you don't even admit that independent variables exist at all.
    You accuse me of repeatedly spamming it, and now you're claiming I haven't posted it once.
    They are irrelevant to your perspective, and integral to mine. We can disagree on this point, but if you want to maintain it you should have said it once and started your own thread, at which point any serious mathematician (including Wiles) would be laughing their asses off....

    Please leave my thread if you want to maintain the Binomial Expansion is not a function x=B(a,b) as well as Fermat's Expression x'=F(a,b), and have nothing to do with vectors, characterizing the integer plane (a,b) as a subset of the real numbers (x,y) and thus two dimensions in Cartesian coordinates in terms of lengths (magnitudes) and direction relative to the origin (0,0).
    I'm not maintaining any of that.
    Start your own thread, and claim the value of the single dimension (number line) (a) as opposed to the plane (a,b).
    What? What did you mean to say there?
    But leave this thread, since you repeat this incessantly, like spam, and any mathematician since Descartes (with the exception of the Peanut Gallery) accepts two dimensions, even Wiles who implements modular functions as an extension of elliptic functions...
    Again, you're accusing me of repeating things that I haven't even said once.
    You have your head so far up your ass you can't see any light at all.... not even either exit....

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    You continually refer to "c=a+b" instead of

    And I called you on it again, and again, ad infinitum, ad nauseam....

    And have done so since the very beginning. Village Idiot.

    (Your very questions prove you don't understand anything of pre-calculus concepts (e.g. analytic geometry).
    (a line in a single dimension x is different from a plane (x,y), for example)
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    Please leave my thread if you want to maintain the Binomial Expansion is not a function x=B(a,b) as well as Fermat's Expression x'=F(a,b), and have nothing to do with vectors, characterizing the integer plane (a,b) as a subset of the real numbers (x,y) and thus two dimensions in Cartesian coordinates in terms of lengths (magnitudes) and direction relative to the origin (0,0).
    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    And if you continue to deny vectors, then get the frick out of my thread and start your own, where you can ignore Descartes and spout your own theory in the echo chamber to the rest of the Village Idiots in the Peanut Gallery.
    This is Not Your Thread.
    You have been Editing MONTHS OLD posts in the Cage Match forum changing the integrity of the record and you are, again, ordering people to stay out of threads.
    This is not your Personal Blog. This is a Free Forum for the Exchange of Ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    This is Not Your Thread.
    You have been Editing MONTHS OLD posts in the Cage Match forum changing the integrity of the record and you are, again, ordering people to stay out of threads.
    This is not your Personal Blog. This is a Free Forum for the Exchange of Ideas.
    For those who have intelligent and relevant ideas. That leaves you out.
    It may not be my thread (ever since you transferred to astrotech, who hasn't any idea of what is going on), but you are MOST unwelcome. I have initiated all my own threads, and I only ask that the Village Idiots from the Peanut Gallery refrain from posting in them and start their own threads - and I won't post in theirs, I promise. (Why on earth would I EVER want to?)

    My pdf's are my record, and are open to anyone to read. They are dated and time-stamped now, and I keep backup copies of everything I write at my ISP (as well as my hard drive). I am open to intelligent and relevant discussion (editing tex is hard work, and sometimes I have to revise complex ideas, but it is certainly not out of any attempt to avoid issues, as any intelligent reader of my posts in these threads will understand.)

    I invite objective readers to compare my technological analyses with those of the Peanut Gallery at any time....

    As "moderators" you and Grapes suck bigtime, and the quote in your signature from Tyson is hypocritical; you are an ignorant, pompous, closed-minded ass. And anyone who understands anything about solid state physics will understand my quote there, which you have taken out of context.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    You continually refer to "c=a+b" instead of
    It's still on the first page of your PDF. It's the biggest mistake you make.

    You cannot just set c equal to a+b, and then say QED
    And I called you on it again, and again, ad infinitum, ad nauseam....

    And have done so since the very beginning. Village Idiot.

    (Your very questions prove you don't understand anything of pre-calculus concepts (e.g. analytic geometry).
    (a line in a single dimension x is different from a plane (x,y), for example)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    For those who have intelligent and relevant ideas. That leaves you out.
    It may not be my thread (ever since you transferred to astrotech, who hasn't any idea of what is going on), but you are MOST unwelcome. I have initiated all my own threads, and I only ask that the Village Idiots from the Peanut Gallery refrain from posting in them and start their own threads - and I won't post in theirs, I promise. (Why on earth would I EVER want to?)
    In other words, only those that fawn over you are welcome and anyone that points out your errors is Unwelcome.
    Too bad.
    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    the quote in your signature from Tyson is hypocritical; you are an ignorant, pompous, closed-minded ass.
    Says the person that wants to censor other members, exclude posts, exclude members, deny access, reject discussion and debate...
    Yeah, I see a hypocrisy there, alright...

    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    And anyone who understands anything about solid state physics will understand my quote there, which you have taken out of context.
    It is not taken out of context, that is just one of your standard Weasel Ploys. Anyone that understands Basic Physics will plainly see you do not understand the basics, whether from what I quoted or from your posts where you claim that the constant "c" is a variable, that the Time Dilation equation can be applied to a photon and other ATM claims you make.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverfly View Post
    In other words, only those that fawn over you are welcome and anyone that points out your errors is Unwelcome.
    Too bad.

    Says the person that wants to censor other members, exclude posts, exclude members, deny access, reject discussion and debate...
    Yeah, I see a hypocrisy there, alright...


    It is not taken out of context, that is just one of your standard Weasel Ploys. Anyone that understands Basic Physics will plainly see you do not understand the basics, whether from what I quoted or from your posts where you claim that the constant "c" is a variable, that the Time Dilation equation can be applied to a photon and other ATM claims you make.
    You have no idea what the theory of relativity really means and can only cut and paste the time dilation equation without understanding how it was derived, its relation to the Lorentz transform (or even the Michelson-Morley experiment), much less Pauli Dirac, or even the Mossbauer effect.

    That is all you understand, Basic Physics. By that maybe Junior High school level. And you don't even understand that.... I don't want to deny access to everybody, just the fricken Peanut Gallery, since all they do is spam my threads. There are four of you (occasionally five). With no grace whatever...just pompous ignorance and stupidity....

    Particularly you. I've stopped providing Wiki links, since you never read them.... you are content with your own closed minded prejudices.... Physics from the Bob Jones Technical Institute (community outreach program)....

    Fricken Village Idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    You have no idea what the theory of relativity really means and can only cut and paste the time dilation equation without understanding how it was derived, its relation to the Lorentz transform (or even the Michelson-Morley experiment), much less Pauli Dirac, or even the Mossbauer effect.
    This from the fella that thinks you can apply it to a Photon...

    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    I don't want to deny access to everybody, just the fricken Peanut Gallery, since all they do is spam my threads.
    Any poster that points out your flaws IS the Peanut Gallery!

    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    you are content with your own closed minded prejudices....
    By that you mean Mainstream verified Theory? Because the crap you spew sure isn't.
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    Updated FLT Updates, with diagrams showing how the charge-to-mass ratio is represented in STR, and also the relation of rem(a,b,n) to the relativistic unit circle on the integer plane (a,b). Also the STR relation between two independent particles showing the relation of the mixing angles to the relativistic unit circle in Quantum Field Theory for Bosons. (Fermions use both negative and positive charge, but are not relevant to FLT via the Binomial Expansion and the Relativistic unit circle.
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