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Again Incorrect: Math Never Fails, Humans Do.

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Posted by Alexander on August 31, 2001 02:48:10 UTC

Of course, if we forgot to include into equations important term, we get incorrect answer (say, at singularity). So, currently we have LACK of knowlegde about SOME mathematical phenomena which becomes SIGNIFICANT (by magnitude) at short distances (at singularity) which you incorrectly confuse with failier.

Same as 500 years ago math "failed" to explain planet orbits (after Newton humans understood math a little more and orbits were accurately explained).

Math can not fail. Humans do.

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