
So leave the experimental physics to the physicists and the theoretical physics to the Austrian economists? Okay.

I do not understand why you choose to post this question here and not on the physics forum. Is it because your amateur, pseodoscientific reasoning has a chance of surviving scrutiny here, and not be shot down by people who actually know the subject?

Not to hijack this thread, but I believe I provided a complete solution to Achilles vs. Tortoise.

In fact, I posted this question: http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/149373/doesthefactthatsumn0inftyfrac12nconvergesto1meant Now let's just see what them mathematicians say.

Here's a website where actual mathematics professors answer questions ranging from elementary to researchlevel topics. See if any of your assertions hold up. It's pretty quick too. You'll get an answer in the less than 5 minutes. http://math.stackexchange.com/

Really? Do you know that in math if a <= b and b <=a (less than or equal to sign here), then a = b?

No, Every single mathematician I know will tell you what you're saying is wrong.

This is getting comical.

SD, Do you have any experience with math outside of your beloved book by Hardy?

Did you even do a quick google search? I don't know of a single mathematician in the world who doesn't accept .999..... = 1