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Example Where 1=0 (Alex Requested This)

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 16, 2002 17:25:35 UTC

It wasn't my original point.
That was a chemical math idea that
rounded decimal places may contain values
to be discovered later.


So, how 1=0...
Alex describes my posts as having contributed nothing.
A fair-minded person might agree I have contributed something.

So, the same work may be valued as 1.0 or as 0.
Therefore 1=0 .

At
http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/14497.shtml?&disp=0&disp=0
Alex said, Math is just logic. Universe behaves logically, so math correctly explains and predicts events in it.

Okay, someone should answer this question
Question:
For every logical fallacy which can play havoc with our management of the natural world, should we have a math theorem, axiom, corollary etc. to avoid it?
If not, why not. What does this say about logic and math?

A catalogue of logical fallacies:
http://gncurtis.home.texas.net/


There are many real world problems developing which logic knows but that math is not being harnessed much to manage.

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