My proof is based on the concept that there is only one unique set of integers on a single number line, represented by (a). For generality two relate two different integers, two number lines are needed (a,b) with the relationship given ultimately by the relativistic unit circle.

This means that the only integers that are countable if 1 is chosen as initial state are those for which

in a single dimension.

for the final state (1) invariant.

If the initial state = final state, then

,

if the final state is greater than the initial state, then

c= a+b means that the symbols "c" and "a+b" refer to the same unique integer on a single number line ,

means that c = d, so that

(no b required).

**You keep repeating the same misconception about the nature of dimensions (not to mention trigonometry, calculus, polynomials, all of which require more than one dimension. Including the equation .**

Sheesh, have you EVER graphed a function? Even in high school? Any trigonometry even?

(You might learn something if you read the rest of the proof....)

Village idiot.

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