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A reply to: A Short Formal Proof of Goldbach’s Conjecture

A Short Formal Proof of Goldbach’s Conjecture In one of his papers on Goldbach’s conjecture, Miles Mathis claims to prove the conjecture in a formalized way. While the lack of definitions and explanations of some terminology used by Miles makes … Continue reading

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In his paper “ON LAPLACE AND THE 3-BODY PROBLEM” Miles gives an argument for why the distance between Saturn’s and Jupiter’s orbit should be shrinking with time if only gravity was present as a force. He writes:

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2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is on fire!. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet … Continue reading

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A reply to “The Extinction of Pi: The short version”

We’re very proud to have a guest author today. If you’ve been following the comments on Ex Falso… you will have noticed Dan, who kindly offered to write replies to Mathis’ more math-based papers. He took a look at Mathis’ … Continue reading

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A reply to: Is time travel possible?

(Lectures have started again at universities across europe and thus our time left for writing articles for Ex Falso … has been shortened significantly. I did however find the time to look at one of Mathis’ most recent papers about … Continue reading

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Miles Mathis recently published articles from his website in a book titled ‘The Un-unified Field: And Other Problems’. We would like to direct your attention to a review by R. Dowdall on, or rather her reply to a comment … Continue reading

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A reply to “Angular Velocity and Angular Momentum”

In Angular Velocity and Angular Momentum Miles claims the current definitions of angular velocity and angular momentum are wrong. To start with, look again at the basic equations p = mv L = rmv Where L is the angular momentum. … Continue reading

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