## maybe the ancients were so brilliant at math that.... | |

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Anonymous Coward User ID: 1554617 United States 09/28/2012 10:23 PM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Maybe some ancients are older than the concept ancient. As in, they existed before time itself... Quoting: Maybe they never really left that higher dimension...? AGC Maybe they still exist where time doesn't exist. Time is a human concept. We've been led to think that way. Aunty Flo Nah. God created time to keep everything from happening all at once the way it should. Being cast into a mortal coil and into the current of time is like a time-out for repeat offenders in the afterlife. Whenever someone becomes too problematic, God just ships em off for rehab and hopes he's in a more lighthearted mood by the time they return. |

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Anonymous Coward User ID: 24043971 Australia 09/28/2012 11:26 PM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Fact #1: Mathematics is eternal. These 'ancients' wouldn't know anything particularly special, the mathematics they did know would be the same mathematics that we know today, but maybe higher levels of it (eg. 8th grade maths compared to, say, calculus) so I'm not saying you're wrong, just clarifying. The problem with mathematics today is that it is treated as the 'poor country cousin' to science, when in fact, science owes its power & potency to mathematics, not the other way around. Another problem the establishment has with mathematics is that the two most important numbers in the universe are misunderstood & they try to eradicate it from existence. Those numbers are Zero & Infinity. Mathematics that include those numbers are known as Ontological mathematics, & yes, they can provide answers to dimensionality. so maybe you're right! |

Him Again User ID: 24578563 United States 09/29/2012 10:13 PM Report Abusive Post Report Copyright Violation | Fact #1: Mathematics is eternal. Quoting: These 'ancients' wouldn't know anything particularly special, the mathematics they did know would be the same mathematics that we know today, but maybe higher levels of it (eg. 8th grade maths compared to, say, calculus) so I'm not saying you're wrong, just clarifying. The problem with mathematics today is that it is treated as the 'poor country cousin' to science, when in fact, science owes its power & potency to mathematics, not the other way around. Another problem the establishment has with mathematics is that the two most important numbers in the universe are misunderstood & they try to eradicate it from existence. Those numbers are Zero & Infinity. Mathematics that include those numbers are known as Ontological mathematics, & yes, they can provide answers to dimensionality. so maybe you're right! Anonymous Coward 24043971 Infinity is just zero viewed from the side. |

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