David wrote:Lloyd,Lloyd wrote:Probability of Mathis' Claims
Here I think are some of Mathis' main claims and I give each one a number from (1) to (9) to indicate how probable I think each one is, where 9 indicates nearly maximum probability.
31. (8) Miles' calculus and corrections of physics equations etc.
(I'm not adept enough at math to understand a lot of it readily, but I can understand that assigning numbers to points of no dimensions likely has screwed up a lot of equations etc.)
Since you readily admit that you don't understand calculus (which is okay, not everyone does), exactly how did you arrive at the number "8"; which implies that Mathis' calculus has a high probability of being correct? Why not just flat-out state that you are not qualified to make a valid assessment of his mathematics?
By the way, the correct answer is 1. Mathis' calculus does not work; which has been demonstrated many times at many different web sites. Anyone who claims otherwise must provide a solution to the following simple problem:
Find the derivative of sqrt(x) using Mathis' method of differentiation.
The above problem can easily be solved using standard calculus; but it can't be solved using Mathis' calculus. Why? Because his calculus does not work for non-polynomials. For example: sin(x), exp(x), ln(x), log(x), sqrt(x), and so on. In other words, Mathis' calculus is basically useless.
So very glad to see you came here to Thunderbolts to read "Loyd's blog".... David.
So why don't you share your personal favorite blog. Let me guess... it is this one?:
Not much is there IMHO. Definitely not a "Pant Load"...perhaps a few scattered posting since 2012. Why don't you take apart a few his papers on that site? Math, logic... everything...just go there and destroy him...clean his shorts! The David over there at wordpress apparently has the background to "get the job done".
David...here's a good paper for you to start a round of criticism with when you go over there at wordpress:
The Manhattan Metric