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- Tue Jan 30, 2018 12:47 pm
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Dear a.s.h., I told you about physical reasoning in my previous post, but you tell me about calculus textbooks. I know what is written in calculus textbooks. I offer to critically analyze the content of textbooks. I am sorry but you even did not understand what I tried to tell you in my previous pos...

- Mon Jan 29, 2018 11:54 pm
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Hello, Your manipulation with the series is called algebraic trick. Such tricks have been misleading many people in my opinion. Let's reason physically. If follow the logic in your last post, then there are some as-small-as-needed (except zero) amounts of matter which multiplied by infinity give lim...

- Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:43 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

In this third post, I publish the last page of my mathematical work with the final conclusion (see attachment). One can algebraically multiply any as-small-as-needed value (except zero) by infinity. This algebraic operation is always resulting into infinity! Therefore, multiplying any as-small-as-ne...

- Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:42 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

In this second post, I publish the rest (final conclusion is in the next post) of my mathematical work in which it is shown that differentials in all integrals are equal to zero in according to the modern calculus (see attachments).

Thank you,

Boris.

Thank you,

Boris.

- Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:32 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Hello, I have totally updated my mathematical work and called it as "Derivatives as Non-Existing Rates in Physics". All of the work analysis led me to the terrific conclusion that the modern calculus seems to be paradoxical mathematics... In this post, I publish the updated foundation of t...

- Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:27 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Hello Everybody,

I have added a summary to my foundation of the paradox (attachments, 2 pages). I think that the summary could matter for physics and engineering. I do not have free time to update the proof of the paradox.

Thank you.

I have added a summary to my foundation of the paradox (attachments, 2 pages). I think that the summary could matter for physics and engineering. I do not have free time to update the proof of the paradox.

Thank you.

- Mon May 29, 2017 6:33 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Electrons and Gravity?
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### Re: Electrons and Gravity?

Hello,

As far as I know, there are not any photos of electrons. In other words, nobody has ever seen electrons. Moreover, dualism of electrons' behavior (particle-wave) is paradoxical. Therefore, I assume that there are not electrons as particles. But then, many questions emerge...

Thank you.

As far as I know, there are not any photos of electrons. In other words, nobody has ever seen electrons. Moreover, dualism of electrons' behavior (particle-wave) is paradoxical. Therefore, I assume that there are not electrons as particles. But then, many questions emerge...

Thank you.

- Sat May 27, 2017 11:34 pm
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Electrons and Gravity?
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### Electrons and Gravity?

Hello,

Could somebody prompt any experiments which have been ever made regarding electrons falling down in Earth's gravitational field? I am interested in how electrons interact with the gravity. Links to information about such experiments would be great.

Thanks a lot.

Could somebody prompt any experiments which have been ever made regarding electrons falling down in Earth's gravitational field? I am interested in how electrons interact with the gravity. Links to information about such experiments would be great.

Thanks a lot.

- Sun Apr 02, 2017 5:18 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Hello, My paradox proof is based on the following. As I can see, the current conception of the function differentiability is based on the statement that h in the definition of the derivative (limit) goes to zero but not equal to zero, however, the current limit in the definition of the derivative us...

- Sun Apr 02, 2017 1:55 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: What is beyond Newton's and Einstein's discoveries?
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### Re: What is beyond Newton's and Einstein's discoveries?

Hello, To sum up, I release just my contemplation. It is interesting whether it may be possible to describe natural occurrences happening in macro-world, including but not limited wave occurrences, and in micro-world (quantum physics) by using one common method for their interpretation which could r...

- Sun Jan 29, 2017 6:46 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Hello,

Here are the three last pages of my integral paradox proof.

Have a nice day.

Here are the three last pages of my integral paradox proof.

Have a nice day.

- Sun Jan 29, 2017 6:42 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Discussion of Integral calculus
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### Re: Discussion of Integral calculus

Hello, So I do not see that a.s.h. has answered my two last questions, I have prepared an updated proof of my integral paradox with a foundation of the paradox (three first pages attached to this post). To be precise, it is incomplete yet, maybe later (I am not concerned with math too much). In my o...

- Thu Dec 29, 2016 1:57 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Electricity and electric current?
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### Re: Electricity and electric current?

Thank you, Joe.

So the speed of your charge redistribution and the speed of the electro-magnetic field propagation are different. That's what I thought. I still have many questions, but I will ask them later.

Happy Holidays!

So the speed of your charge redistribution and the speed of the electro-magnetic field propagation are different. That's what I thought. I still have many questions, but I will ask them later.

Happy Holidays!

- Sat Dec 10, 2016 9:09 pm
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Electricity and electric current?
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### Re: Electricity and electric current?

Joe, I have many questions about your last post. However, I just ask one question. If I understand you right, you claim that some tiny surface charge redistribution causes the electric field produced by the electric potential (10 Volts on my drawing) to propagate along the wire after switching on. T...

- Fri Dec 02, 2016 8:39 am
- Forum: Physics Questions
- Topic: Electricity and electric current?
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### Re: Electricity and electric current?

Hello,

Could somebody clarify how "free electrons" (outer electrons) in a metal wire are related with the propagation along the wire of the electric field produced by the electric potential (10 Volts, see my drawing above) ?

Thank you.

Could somebody clarify how "free electrons" (outer electrons) in a metal wire are related with the propagation along the wire of the electric field produced by the electric potential (10 Volts, see my drawing above) ?

Thank you.