tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post4494503990515359451..comments2021-11-29T06:03:27.689+00:00Comments on Noncommutative Geometry: Physics in finite characteristicUnknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger9125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-70280476682269786892009-11-07T11:33:17.039+00:002009-11-07T11:33:17.039+00:00I found this site using [url=http://google.com]goo...I found this site using [url=http://google.com]google.com[/url] And i want to thank you for your work. You have done really very good site. Great work, great site! Thank you!<br /><br />Sorry for offtopicAnonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-82443442007723751812007-03-01T01:14:00.000+00:002007-03-01T01:14:00.000+00:00I have a few suggested additions to the "how to wr...I have a few suggested additions to the "how to write mathematics well":<BR/><BR/>It is rarely necessary to use a bullet list with more than one level, and never necessary to use one with more than two levels (see Edward Tufte, <EM>The Cognitive Style of Power Point</EM>).<BR/><BR/>Each item of the same depth in the list should be semantically equivalent, e.g. a statement should not be followed yagwarahttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01918606750253012185noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-26135229209913969382007-02-28T22:07:00.000+00:002007-02-28T22:07:00.000+00:00Dear Professor Goss,Thanks for your kind reply. I ...Dear Professor Goss,<BR/>Thanks for your kind reply. I should say I really enjoyed your post.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-32929322266288928282007-02-28T21:28:00.000+00:002007-02-28T21:28:00.000+00:00Dear Anon: I will be happy to expandon anything I ...Dear Anon: I will be happy to expand<BR/>on anything I wrote as best I can.<BR/>Please feel free to contact me<BR/>directly if you would like...<BR/> DavidAnonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/01874443969277514500noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-82285557389833321722007-02-28T18:47:00.000+00:002007-02-28T18:47:00.000+00:00thanks a lot; it makes more sense now. Would be ni...thanks a lot; it makes more sense now. Would be nice to see this idea applied to number theory somehow.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-61586165138208265412007-02-28T18:13:00.000+00:002007-02-28T18:13:00.000+00:00ps (for "anonyme) thus the two equations that defi...ps (for "anonyme) thus the two equations that define "prime numbers" (as spec T) are <BR/>[a,a*]=1 and ST=a a*....AChttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10951419541401211230noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-81961238525601936952007-02-28T18:06:00.000+00:002007-02-28T18:06:00.000+00:00Anonyme: what is so special is that we did not hav...Anonyme: what is so special is that we did not have to define prime numbers: they come out naturally from the solution T of the equation ST= a a*. You would have a hard time finding such a simple equation for "any" subset of R.....AChttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10951419541401211230noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-18091096057890410722007-02-28T17:27:00.000+00:002007-02-28T17:27:00.000+00:00This is a nice blog. A lot of things is dicussed b...This is a nice blog. A lot of things is dicussed but we need more details and a bit slower pace please! Very nice post by David Goss, but I hope in his later posts professor Goss will explain the terms and ideas in this post in greater details. I have one question regarding professor Connes' comment. From what I know given any set of numbers it is easy to construct a diagonal operator whose Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6912603287930240451.post-54018576488940016172007-02-28T12:30:00.000+00:002007-02-28T12:30:00.000+00:00First, thanks to David for this great post. That's...First, thanks to David for this great post. That's really what we<BR/>are aiming at in this blog and we also hope for some feedback since<BR/>the main idea is to provide a space of "freedom" for interactions. I<BR/>just want to add to David's post a simple fact that explains how the<BR/>prime numbers appear naturally in the right column (the q-number<BR/>column) of the parallel texts of Masoud's AChttps://www.blogger.com/profile/10951419541401211230noreply@blogger.com