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 Recognitions: Gold Member Science Advisor Staff Emeritus No one can even tell what this means. Either way, stop posting it in the wrong places on our forum. - Warren
 Recognitions: Gold Member Science Advisor Staff Emeritus yesicanread, I'll tell you what I think. 1) Your original post is nonsense. 2) Your original post does not contain a valid Mathcad program, so one cannot "run it through" Mathcad. 3) You crossposted your idea in the General Math forum, against site guidelines. 4) You stole an image of a fractal off of another website, and uploaded it here. This is a copyright violation. You have also committed rather serious intellectual dishonesty, because your original post absolutely does not contain the code necessary to produce this image. You are lying. - Warren

But chroot,

1) 3 planar points = triangle
2) triangle inequality = triangle inequality
3) 3 Newton's Laws = triangle inequality
4) 2 party system < Newtonian Mechanics
5) 1 mathcad program < 2 party system
6) so triangle inequality - 2 party system + 3 * (1 mathcad program) = fractal picture

A true statement.
 Recognitions: Gold Member Science Advisor Staff Emeritus @ Locrian.. - Warren

 10.) Action < 2 * Action = Triangle inequality theorem. 11.) Action < Reaction + Reaction = Triangle inequality theorem. 12) ( A = (Set = (2*A))) = Triangle inequality theorem = Triangle inequality theorem = contradiction 13) (A = ( Set = ( 2 * A ))) = ( Set = ( 2 * A)) = Three right angles I'm thinking.
These last few """postulates""" (and I use the term extremely loosely) of yours seem to demonstrate to me that this post was meant as nothing more than something to get a rise out of the moderators and members on the board. Please try to post legitamite, well thought out ideas, and then we can shoot you down.

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