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Arturo Magidin
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 8:13 pm    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

Proginoskes <CCHeckman@gmail.com> wrote:
 Quote: Proginoskes wrote: Arturo Magidin wrote: In article <1152933427.128800.190580@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>, Proginoskes wrote: [.snip.] http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html This object ring has two properties: 1. 1 and -1 are the only rationals that are units in the ring. 2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero member n such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in the ring. There is only one ring that satisfies both conditions: the ring Z of integers. Hmm.... No. The claim is false. The ring of algebraic integers also satisfies the properties. Really? sqrt(2) (either one ) is an algebraic integer. What non-zero integer multiple of sqrt(2) is an integer? Wait a minute ... I was reading the second condition as 2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero INTEGER n such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in the ring. Are there any other examples?

Any other examples of what? Under the condition you give, I don't
think so, but I haven't really thought about it. Under the condition
as given, the ring of integers of any number field will satisfy the
condition; I am fairly sure that there are rings that properly contain
the algebraic integers and satisfy the condition: adjoin an element u
which is an algebraic number, but such that no power is a rational
number; such exist. Then there exists an integer d such that du is an
algebraic integer, at which point the same trick I used before gives
you a multiple of du which is an integer. There are many such rings,
and there is no unique maximal subring of the algebraic numbers that
satisfy the condition (since if u works, so does any conjugate of u,
but you can't have all the conjugates of u in such a ring or a
symmetric function evaluated in them would yield a noninteger
rational).

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Arturo Magidin
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 8:10 pm    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

Proginoskes <CCHeckman@gmail.com> wrote:
 Quote: Arturo Magidin wrote: In article <1152933427.128800.190580@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>, Proginoskes wrote: [.snip.] http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html This object ring has two properties: 1. 1 and -1 are the only rationals that are units in the ring. 2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero member n such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in the ring. There is only one ring that satisfies both conditions: the ring Z of integers. Hmm.... No. The claim is false. The ring of algebraic integers also satisfies the properties. Really? sqrt(2) (either one ) is an algebraic integer. What non-zero integer multiple of sqrt(2) is an integer?

You misread the condition; it says "there must exist a nonzero MEMBER
n such that mn is an integer". It does not say that n must be an
integer. Multiply sqrt(2) by -sqrt(2) (following the proof I gave) to
get a multiple (in the ring) of sqrt(2), by a non-zero element of the
ring, which is an integer.

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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 4:48 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

Proginoskes wrote:
 Quote: Arturo Magidin wrote: In article <1152933427.128800.190580@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>, Proginoskes wrote: [.snip.] http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html This object ring has two properties: 1. 1 and -1 are the only rationals that are units in the ring. 2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero member n such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in the ring. There is only one ring that satisfies both conditions: the ring Z of integers. Hmm.... No. The claim is false. The ring of algebraic integers also satisfies the properties. Really? sqrt(2) (either one ) is an algebraic integer. What non-zero integer multiple of sqrt(2) is an integer?

Wait a minute ... I was reading the second condition as

2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero INTEGER n
such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n
cannot be a unit in the ring.

Are there any other examples?

--- Christopher Heckman

 Quote: A rational is an algebraic integer if and only if it is an integer, so condition 1 is satisfied. The second clause of 2 is vacuous, as has been mentioned many times: if n is a unit, then mn is an associate of m and hence a factor of m; thus the converse holds. You yourself prove this in your post. The first clause of 2 holds in the ring of algebraic integers: if m is any algebraic integer, and f(x) is its minimal polynomial over Q, then we can let n be the product of all roots of f(x) other than m, following the convention that the empty product equals 1.
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 4:44 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

Arturo Magidin wrote:
 Quote: In article <1152933427.128800.190580@b28g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>, Proginoskes wrote: [.snip.] http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html This object ring has two properties: 1. 1 and -1 are the only rationals that are units in the ring. 2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero member n such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in the ring. There is only one ring that satisfies both conditions: the ring Z of integers. Hmm.... No. The claim is false. The ring of algebraic integers also satisfies the properties.

Really?

sqrt(2) (either one ) is an algebraic integer. What non-zero integer
multiple of sqrt(2) is an integer?

--- Christopher Heckman

 Quote: A rational is an algebraic integer if and only if it is an integer, so condition 1 is satisfied. The second clause of 2 is vacuous, as has been mentioned many times: if n is a unit, then mn is an associate of m and hence a factor of m; thus the converse holds. You yourself prove this in your post. The first clause of 2 holds in the ring of algebraic integers: if m is any algebraic integer, and f(x) is its minimal polynomial over Q, then we can let n be the product of all roots of f(x) other than m, following the convention that the empty product equals 1.
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 3:25 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

Proginoskes <CCHeckman@gmail.com> wrote:

[.snip.]

 Quote: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html This object ring has two properties: 1. 1 and -1 are the only rationals that are units in the ring. 2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero member n such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in the ring. There is only one ring that satisfies both conditions: the ring Z of integers.

Hmm.... No. The claim is false. The ring of algebraic integers also
satisfies the properties.

A rational is an algebraic integer if and only if it is an integer, so
condition 1 is satisfied.

The second clause of 2 is vacuous, as has been mentioned many times:
if n is a unit, then mn is an associate of m and hence a factor of m;
thus the converse holds. You yourself prove this in your post.

The first clause of 2 holds in the ring of algebraic integers: if m is
any algebraic integer, and f(x) is its minimal polynomial over Q, then
we can let n be the product of all roots of f(x) other than m,
following the convention that the empty product equals 1.

 Quote: What follows is an actual proof. JSH may want to take notes. The first part of property 2. just states that the object ring R must be a subring of Q (the set of rational numbers).

And this claim is false. There is no warrant for this assertion.

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Proginoskes
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 3:17 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

jst...@msn.com wrote:
 Quote: My research speaks for itself. I have given a definition of mathematical proof: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/07/definition-of-mathematical-proof.html

Too bad you don't know what constitutes a "logical step".

 Quote: Figured out the key properties that define rings that are like the ring of integers: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html

This object ring has two properties:

1. 1 and -1 are the only rationals that are units in the ring.

2. Given a member m of the ring there must exist a non-zero member n
such that mn is an integer, and if mn is not a factor of m, then n
cannot be a unit in the ring.

There is only one ring that satisfies both conditions: the ring Z of
integers.

What follows is an actual proof. JSH may want to take notes.

The first part of property 2. just states that the object ring R must
be a subring of Q (the set of rational numbers). The second part
states:

(2b) If mn is not a factor of m, then n cannot be a unit in R.

Since P implies Q is the same as Not Q implies not P, (2b) is
equivalent to:

(2b') If n is a unit in R, then mn is a factor of m.

and (2b') is seen to be true in any case. [Proof: If n is a unit in R,
there exists an a in R such that an = 1, by definition of a unit. Then
(mn)(a) = m(na) = m,
so mn is a factor of m.]

Thus, we have reduced the definition of the "object ring" to (A) 1 and
-1 are the only rationals that are units in R, and (B) R is a subset of
Q.

Now Z (the set of integers) satisfies this definition, so suppose R is
not Z. Since any ring that contains 1 also contains Z, and R is not Z,
R contains an element a/b, where a,b are integers, b is nonzero, b is
not 1 or -1, and
gcd(a,b) = 1.

Since gcd(a,b) = 1, there exist integers r and s such that
a r + b s = 1, so
(a/b) r + s = (1/b).
Now, a/b is in R, r is in R, and s is in R, and the result of sums and
products of elements of R is in R, so the left-hand side is in R. Hence
1/b is also in R; however, (1/b)*b = 1, and b is in R, which makes
(1/b) a unit. Since b is not 1 or -1, (1/b) can't be 1 or -1. This

Hence the only candidate for the "object ring" is Z. End of proof.

 Quote: Found my own prime counting function,

FORMULA

 Quote: which unlike any other known relies on summing a partial difference equation, which is also why it finds primes on its own, unlike any other known:

None of the other prime functions I know of require human intervention.

 Quote: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/06/counting-primes.html Fighting mathematicians who have done their best to ignore my research I wrote the first prime counting function article for the Wikipedia, where my latest version is now found in the history of the current page: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Prime_counting_function&old... There readers can see my prime counting function in its fully mathematicized "pure" form, and see how it is a summation, so they can make the leap to understanding how it relates to a partial differential equation and an integration. I had a paper published in a formally peer reviewed mathematical journal--and then the editors withdrew it after sci.math pressure against it: http://www.emis.de/journals/SWJPAM/vol2-03.html

They withdrew it after they realized it had a mistake. Another paper in
the same issue of that journal (by Plotnikov) also contained a mistake.

BTW, this link shows that the "proof" you wrote doesn't match your
definition of a proof.

 Quote: Link is to a site mirror as the electronic journal DIED a few months later. That paper covered some pioneering research advancing modular algebra or the algebra of congruences, extending on the work started by Gauss: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/07/tautological-spaces-factoring.html Which is a line of attack I used to find a short proof of Fermat's Last Theorem: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2006/03/proof-of-fermats-last-theorem.html

This short proof relies on the existence of the "object ring", whose
existence is doubtable. Thus, if the "object ring" falls, so does the
FLT proof.

 Quote: But I've even considered problems in logic and set theory, handling supposed contradictions: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/06/three-valued-logic.html and http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/05/logical-formedness-axioms.html and http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/06/3-logic-more-basics.html Even some of my minor research is significant, as I talked about a simple way to find primes using quadratic residues: http://mymath.blogspot.com/2006/04/method-for-quickly-finding-primes.... The only explanation given the breadth of my research,

Just because your research is broad doesn't mean you're a crank. Check
out Archimedes Plutonium's page, http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium

 Quote: and dramatic events like a math journal imploding after publishing then retracting a paper of mine is that it is so huge that mathematicians who are living in a political society today--where their word is more important than their research--are fighting a war to deny acceptance of any of it. If any piece of my research is acknowledged as important from my definition of mathematical proof to my ideas about finding primes then they have to fear that the world will realize what they are doing, so the math wars as I call them are political ones.

And if not, JSH will remain an anonymous crank. The odds are
10^(10^100) to 1 in favor of the crank outcome.

 Quote: It is a fight of group power against mathematical truth.

Yeah, right.

--- Christopher Heckman
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 2:32 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

<jstevh@msn.com> wrote in message

I don't care what your definition of a mathematical proof is. The only
definition that matters is the one that is formally accepted. I've taken an
entire class on how to write a proper proof, and I don't think your
expositions qualify as proofs.

Dave
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 1:55 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

David Moran wrote:
 Quote: jstevh@msn.com> wrote in message news:1152922718.049275.231040@75g2000cwc.googlegroups.com... mensanator@aol.com wrote: jst...@msn.com wrote: Can a short, simple and beautiful factoring approach be presented in our modern world with all of its connectivity and NOT be picked up by the mathematical community for a significant period of time, like several days, if that community is as brilliant as many people think it is? I strongly suggest to you, no. The thing is that I have several major mathematical finds and have fought a long and hard battle against the real mathematical community, which in my experience doesn't give a damn about mathematical proof and easily lies about things mathematical. But how do you prove that? Write a Java program to prove it. My point here with the factoring problem is that mathematicians may talk big about "pure math" and caring about mathematics because it's supposedly interesting--when it suits them--but they can just as easily ignore very important mathematical ideas, when it doesn't. My real point is that the "pure math" thing is bullshit. No it's not. As a REAL mathematician, I look at pure math as something that helps to understand applied mathematics. I am often referring to theorems from my pure math classes to solve a problem in applied mathematics. Mathematicians just use it to get away with anything they want, and you can't prove it except by presenting important and interesting mathematics--letting them ignore it as I know they can--and then, later, prove that it is valuable. So the gap is about later. I need the gap because I know that the field is fully corrupted, so entire math departments need to be shut down, even at major universities. That is, all of the "mathematicians" in these departments need to be let go as they are not doing useful work. And you are?

My research speaks for itself.

I have given a definition of mathematical proof:

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/07/definition-of-mathematical-proof.html

Figured out the key properties that define rings that are like the ring
of integers:

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/03/object-ring.html

Found my own prime counting function, which unlike any other known
relies on summing a partial difference equation, which is also why it
finds primes on its own, unlike any other known:

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/06/counting-primes.html

Fighting mathematicians who have done their best to ignore my research
I wrote the first prime counting function article for the Wikipedia,
where my latest version is now found in the history of the current
page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Prime_counting_function&oldid=9142249

There readers can see my prime counting function in its fully
mathematicized "pure" form, and see how it is a summation, so they can
make the leap to understanding how it relates to a partial differential
equation and an integration.

I had a paper published in a formally peer reviewed mathematical
journal--and then the editors withdrew it after sci.math pressure
against it:

http://www.emis.de/journals/SWJPAM/vol2-03.html

Link is to a site mirror as the electronic journal DIED a few months
later.

That paper covered some pioneering research advancing modular algebra
or the algebra of congruences, extending on the work started by Gauss:

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/07/tautological-spaces-factoring.html

Which is a line of attack I used to find a short proof of Fermat's Last
Theorem:

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2006/03/proof-of-fermats-last-theorem.html

But I've even considered problems in logic and set theory, handling

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/06/three-valued-logic.html

and

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/05/logical-formedness-axioms.html

and

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2005/06/3-logic-more-basics.html

Even some of my minor research is significant, as I talked about a
simple way to find primes using quadratic residues:

http://mymath.blogspot.com/2006/04/method-for-quickly-finding-primes.html

The only explanation given the breadth of my research, and dramatic
events like a math journal imploding after publishing then retracting a
paper of mine is that it is so huge that mathematicians who are living
in a political society today--where their word is more important than
their research--are fighting a war to deny acceptance of any of it.

If any piece of my research is acknowledged as important from my
definition of mathematical proof to my ideas about finding primes then
they have to fear that the world will realize what they are doing, so
the math wars as I call them are political ones.

It is a fight of group power against mathematical truth.

James Harris
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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 1:03 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

<jstevh@msn.com> wrote in message
 Quote: mensanator@aol.com wrote: jst...@msn.com wrote: Can a short, simple and beautiful factoring approach be presented in our modern world with all of its connectivity and NOT be picked up by the mathematical community for a significant period of time, like several days, if that community is as brilliant as many people think it is? I strongly suggest to you, no. The thing is that I have several major mathematical finds and have fought a long and hard battle against the real mathematical community, which in my experience doesn't give a damn about mathematical proof and easily lies about things mathematical. But how do you prove that? Write a Java program to prove it. My point here with the factoring problem is that mathematicians may talk big about "pure math" and caring about mathematics because it's supposedly interesting--when it suits them--but they can just as easily ignore very important mathematical ideas, when it doesn't. My real point is that the "pure math" thing is bullshit.

No it's not. As a REAL mathematician, I look at pure math as something that
helps to understand applied mathematics. I am often referring to theorems
from my pure math classes to solve a problem in applied mathematics.

 Quote: Mathematicians just use it to get away with anything they want, and you can't prove it except by presenting important and interesting mathematics--letting them ignore it as I know they can--and then, later, prove that it is valuable. So the gap is about later. I need the gap because I know that the field is fully corrupted, so entire math departments need to be shut down, even at major universities. That is, all of the "mathematicians" in these departments need to be let go as they are not doing useful work.

And you are?

 Quote: But how do you build enough steam to get that kind of power? Like I'm doing now, putting up a factoring idea, and letting the supposedly brilliant mathematical world, do nothing, while it is slowly worked out, on Usenet. James Harris

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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 12:18 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

mensanator@aol.com wrote:
 Quote: jst...@msn.com wrote: Can a short, simple and beautiful factoring approach be presented in our modern world with all of its connectivity and NOT be picked up by the mathematical community for a significant period of time, like several days, if that community is as brilliant as many people think it is? I strongly suggest to you, no. The thing is that I have several major mathematical finds and have fought a long and hard battle against the real mathematical community, which in my experience doesn't give a damn about mathematical proof and easily lies about things mathematical. But how do you prove that? Write a Java program to prove it.

My point here with the factoring problem is that mathematicians may
supposedly interesting--when it suits them--but they can just as easily
ignore very important mathematical ideas, when it doesn't.

My real point is that the "pure math" thing is bullshit.

Mathematicians just use it to get away with anything they want, and you
can't prove it except by presenting important and interesting
mathematics--letting them ignore it as I know they can--and then,
later, prove that it is valuable.

So the gap is about later.

I need the gap because I know that the field is fully corrupted, so
entire math departments need to be shut down, even at major
universities.

That is, all of the "mathematicians" in these departments need to be
let go as they are not doing useful work.

But how do you build enough steam to get that kind of power?

Like I'm doing now, putting up a factoring idea, and letting the
supposedly brilliant mathematical world, do nothing, while it is slowly
worked out, on Usenet.

James Harris
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Posted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 5:50 am    Post subject: Re: The gap covers social reality

<jstevh@msn.com> wrote in message
 Quote: Can a short, simple and beautiful factoring approach be presented in our modern world with all of its connectivity and NOT be picked up by the mathematical community for a significant period of time, like several days, if that community is as brilliant as many people think it is? I strongly suggest to you, no. The thing is that I have several major mathematical finds and have fought a long and hard battle against the real mathematical community, which in my experience doesn't give a damn about mathematical proof and easily lies about things mathematical. But how do you prove that? If I just put forward a full implementation of a factoring solution and make certain there is evidence that even non-mathematicians would accept immediately OF COURSE the mathematical community would jump on board--just as fast. But my point is that the current mathematical community is no better than the lay community when it comes to mathematics, and in fact is worse, as it actively fights correct and important mathematical results. I'd have no chance if the factoring problem weren't connected to trillions of dollars. No chance. You people would just ignore this research like all the rest, and some of you would call me names, call me a crackpot, and a crank. The time lag that is currently taking place--the gap--is incontrovertible proof that your community is not what it pretends to be, that you are pretenders, lying about your actual mathematical abilities and inclinations, and willing to sit quietly, on world shaking mathematical finds.

Yep! Got milk?
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Posted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 4:40 am    Post subject: Re: JSH: The gap covers social reality

jst...@msn.com wrote:
 Quote: Can a short, simple and beautiful factoring approach be presented in our modern world with all of its connectivity and NOT be picked up by the mathematical community for a significant period of time, like several days, if that community is as brilliant as many people think it is? I strongly suggest to you, no. The thing is that I have several major mathematical finds and have fought a long and hard battle against the real mathematical community, which in my experience doesn't give a damn about mathematical proof and easily lies about things mathematical. But how do you prove that?

Write a Java program to prove it.

 Quote: If I just put forward a full implementation of a factoring solution and make certain there is evidence that even non-mathematicians would accept immediately OF COURSE the mathematical community would jump on board--just as fast. But my point is that the current mathematical community is no better than the lay community when it comes to mathematics, and in fact is worse, as it actively fights correct and important mathematical results. I'd have no chance if the factoring problem weren't connected to trillions of dollars. No chance. You people would just ignore this research like all the rest, and some of you would call me names, call me a crackpot, and a crank. The time lag that is currently taking place--the gap--is incontrovertible proof that your community is not what it pretends to be, that you are pretenders, lying about your actual mathematical abilities and inclinations, and willing to sit quietly, on world shaking mathematical finds. James Harris
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 Posted: Fri Jul 14, 2006 4:35 am    Post subject: JSH: The gap covers social reality Can a short, simple and beautiful factoring approach be presented in our modern world with all of its connectivity and NOT be picked up by the mathematical community for a significant period of time, like several days, if that community is as brilliant as many people think it is? I strongly suggest to you, no. The thing is that I have several major mathematical finds and have fought a long and hard battle against the real mathematical community, which in my experience doesn't give a damn about mathematical proof and easily lies about things mathematical. But how do you prove that? If I just put forward a full implementation of a factoring solution and make certain there is evidence that even non-mathematicians would accept immediately OF COURSE the mathematical community would jump on board--just as fast. But my point is that the current mathematical community is no better than the lay community when it comes to mathematics, and in fact is worse, as it actively fights correct and important mathematical results. I'd have no chance if the factoring problem weren't connected to trillions of dollars. No chance. You people would just ignore this research like all the rest, and some of you would call me names, call me a crackpot, and a crank. The time lag that is currently taking place--the gap--is incontrovertible proof that your community is not what it pretends to be, that you are pretenders, lying about your actual mathematical abilities and inclinations, and willing to sit quietly, on world shaking mathematical finds. James Harris

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