Joerg Sonnenberger <joerg%britannica.bec.de@localhost> writes: > On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 08:12:57PM +0400, Aleksej Saushev wrote: >> I have spent several years studying math and I say that this approach is >> wrong >> both in mathematical and procedural sense. It is perfectly valid to count 0, >> +1 and -1 as prime numbers and thus factor any finite ones, it just involves >> a bit more math than it is taught in school. > > Where? This is not about what is taught in school, but the generally > accepted definition of "prime". It is generally accepted that everything happens on the will of Allah, but we're not on theological dispute. What matters here is that you violate established procedures on disputed issues in case where it is more or less clear way how to resolve them. I find it bad attitude of yours that you: 1. "Fix" disputed issues before the dispute is resolved thus forcing others to follow "look, it's already there" approach. 2. "Fix" them contrary to what would be consensus. 3. Use arguments ex cathedra to support your actions without critically considering them. 4. Habitualy manage things this way. -- HE CE3OH...
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