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09-13-2009, 01:22 PM
 dodge Member Join Date: Jul 2009 Posts: 37
Diagramatic proof of the elsticity of Pi value

It is hard to attach the diagram but I will try here and attach it

HERE MATHEMATICS, This is a shame to current Mathematics and To Euclid who missed this . We have told the AMS . You do it this diagram yourself and if you have any self respect as a mathematician call the AMS we submitted this diagram as Paper no JA 11337-- The AMS is Blind to its own folly.

Diagram

Make a circle and one one side extend the diameter outside the circle exactly the same distance as the diameter and mark the point. as A. From A to the most proximate edge of a circle draw a line , that line is exactly 19 degree angle . On the other side just extend the Radius and do the same , that is exact 30 degrees(1/3of 90). We have proved that 19 degrees transects the continuum at 1:exact. So Euclid and your Mathematics better look at www.inverse19mathematics.com, Current mathematics has a faulty base under three and a simple diagram proves it.

"RAT A TAT" Fellows open your eyes and think , do not worship Riemann, Euler etc . Chinese Emperor (Absolute monarc) from 13th century says to Chinese Mathematician , Rat!, the Chinese mathematician bows down low and says "Tat" and this goes on today in our mathematics that is so constrained by "Rat a Tat " that they never realized the above diagram , not even Euclid, We have already proven that 19 transects the right angle at 30 degrees. You want to see a "rat a tat" product as the mascot of the university of Glasgow, Dept of mathematics site on the internet, see that thing they call symmetry monument ( It has Symmetry but no proportion). Mathematics is at 19, and this will haunt current mathematics from now onwards because they cannot erase the above diagram.

Vinoo Cameron , Theo Denotter

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