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Element As Yet Unknown To Mathematicians! Is It (@*#$%*&^)?

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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on September 1, 2001 00:04:46 UTC

My dear Alexander,

If Your math or mathematical symitries are capable of creating such as you may be indicating then you must have some proof that your numbers have an element as yet unknown to mathematicians.

Show us where this symitry that you invite us to gets its intention from. I have written this argument before; here it is once more:

A builder makes a door and a door frame using matter (materials made by your mathematical symitry system or thing. Show us how your mathematical symitry engaged in materializing substance from its pre-biotic state. What was this prebiotic being/ builder (whom some of us refer to as Allah or G_D). Did you not read the only three possible ways that matter could have come in to being as I had posted before? even mathematicaly your logic is flawed! I forgot you must be working with irrational numbers in which case you must be seeing things errationaly too.
since you must be (according to your own conffession made of numbers however irrational they may be)

Peace!
Jisbond

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