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Geez, Harv, You're (again) Proving My Point!

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 20, 2002 14:21:56 UTC

Harvey,

>>>"Your emphasis is on 'them', but what you are misinterpreting is the meaning of the phrase to 'arrange them to form'."

Either you are the first person to prove math wrong (there are only four possible triangles), or you are again proving your inability to step away from your imagination! My bet is on the latter possibility.

>>>"more importantly, I already mentioned a long time ago that I was using the ground"

Uh, Harv, we all knew this from day one.
(?)

>>>"If you had trouble with this solution you should have spoken up then."

First, yours is not a solution. Of course, you won't see it that way -- which is further proof of my assertion that you cannot see around your fantasies. Second, it was quite crucial, considering the amount of fudging you do, to establish that you did not mean something else, as in the "I can make more than equilateral triangles" from yesterday. Sure, it seems now this was a typo (omission), but it could have just as easily functioned as another Harv "fudge-factorization" ("I said I could make other types of triangles!").

I think we can all see now exactly how you employ the errors in your thinking in a way that prevents you from even consdering these errors. I was hoping you'd see this, since now I have math on my side (as opposed to the philosophical battle, i.e. battle of personal definitions).

You've elevated your thinking to be "more correct" than Mathematics itself!

-LH

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