## Re: Deep insights from Roger Bagula

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• ... No doubt this is where fractal quantum antigravity comes from - 1 = 1 - Identitive equality 1/0 = 1/0 - divide both sides by 1/infinity :)
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--- In primenumbers@yahoogroups.com, "xed" <xed@e...> wrote:
> Roger Bagula's claims about "infinite primes" are simple
> and straightforward. Obviously Bagula means by an
> "infinite prime" a number which is divisible only by
> infinity and itself. :-)
> Therefore the following are infinite primes: infinity*1,
> infinity*2, infinity*3, infinity*5, infinity*7, etc. :-)
> But wait! It gets better!
> Since dividing by infinity = multiplying by zero, and
> since all numbers when multiplied by zero equal
> all other numbers when multiplied by zero, this requires
> that all numbers are infinite primes. Surely worthy of
> a Fields Medal for Mr. Bagula, if not a Nobel Prize. :-)
> Useful corollaries of this amazing theorem lead to
> previously unsupected breakthroughs, including the
> startling relations 1 = 0, 9/0 = 7, 2 - 3 = 5, and
> many others. :-)

No doubt this is where fractal quantum antigravity comes from -

1 = 1 - Identitive equality
1/0 = 1/0 - divide both sides by 1/infinity :)
0(1/0) = 0(1/0) - multiply both sides by 0
0{(-1)/(-0)) = 0(1/0) - multiply top and bottom by -1
0{(-1)/0} = 0(1/0) - simplify
-1 = 1 - simplify
gravity = - gravity - multiply by antigravity :)

> I suggest Roger Bagula work out the implications of
> these deep and tremendously important mathematical
> relationships before posting again. There's surely
> enough profound insights there to keep him busy for,
> well, years. :-)

Agreed. Moderated.

Nathan
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