I think they like to be called scientists these days

It seems the way Terrence reasons is like so:

one thing (1 set of some number of elements) x another thing (1 set of 1 element) = 2 things being multiplied.

Therefore, he answers a question which isn't the correct way to iterpret the arithmetic expression "1x1": >how many things are being multiplied?

But that's not how arithmetic works. Arithmetic, in particular when expressed as multiplication of sets of elements, answers the following question instead: >how many total set elements are there once a certain number of equal sets are added together?
(counting, the basic function of arithmetic)

Terrence's playing with words, basically. He is smart indeed, but not how you think he is.

arithmetic is a binary operator therefore it is trivial to know that under our standard arithmetic
|x| = 2 >multiplication of sets of elements
what the frick did you just fricking say you fricking piece of shit set theorist?
you deserve to fricking die
I pray your mother strangles you in your sleep after she realizes not aborting you was an affront to everything sacred.
I hope she shit a greasy diarrhea in your corpse mouth afterwards you fricking gay prostitute.

one thing (1 set of some number of elements) x another thing (1 set of 1 element) = 2 things being multiplied.

Therefore, he answers a question which isn't the correct way to iterpret the arithmetic expression "1x1": >how many things are being multiplied?

But that's not how arithmetic works. Arithmetic, in particular when expressed as multiplication of sets of elements, answers the following question instead: >how many total set elements are there once a certain number of equal sets are added together?
(counting, the basic function of arithmetic)

Terrence's playing with words, basically. He is smart indeed, but not how you think he is.

>He is smart indeed, but not how you think he is.
He's what Charlie Murphy called "functionally moronic". He's every bit as insightful as a person with Down's Syndrome, but a Downie doesn't waste half an hour of your time explaining their bullshit. Or get Joe Rogan to agree with them on a number of points.

>another black soience man
now we have a duo so Neil Grass Tyrone won't have to kiss himself in the mirror anymore. they can just makeout with each other.

You take one apple one time. How many apples is that equal to? Why to you need to make everything so convoluted and not frame the math so that even a first grader could understand.

>have an apple >multiply it by one unit of time >now the apple is rotten and has worms
The israelites want us to believe the apple is still exactly the same and we should pay full price for it. Terry is redrilled on the israelites. If you disagree with him you're a greedy israelite yourself. Things in nature never stay the same. There's always change. Terry is into something when he asks what happened to the other 1.

Black folks say the darnedest things.

I think they like to be called scientists these days

arithmetic is a binary operator therefore it is trivial to know that under our standard arithmetic

|x| = 2

>multiplication of sets of elements

what the frick did you just fricking say you fricking piece of shit set theorist?

you deserve to fricking die

I pray your mother strangles you in your sleep after she realizes not aborting you was an affront to everything sacred.

I hope she shit a greasy diarrhea in your corpse mouth afterwards you fricking gay prostitute.

>x

in this house its customary to use + for sums, although some hebrews prefer ﬩ instead

What does he think about 2*1?

Probably 3 since he seems to equate multiplying to adding

It seems the way Terrence reasons is like so:

one thing (1 set of some number of elements) x another thing (1 set of 1 element) = 2 things being multiplied.

Therefore, he answers a question which isn't the correct way to iterpret the arithmetic expression "1x1":

>how many things are being multiplied?

But that's not how arithmetic works. Arithmetic, in particular when expressed as multiplication of sets of elements, answers the following question instead:

>how many total set elements are there once a certain number of equal sets are added together?

(counting, the basic function of arithmetic)

Terrence's playing with words, basically. He is smart indeed, but not how you think he is.

> He is smart indeed, but not how you think he is.

His IQ is on the imaginary axis of the complex number plane.

>He is smart indeed

He definitely is not. If his jargon sounds compelling it's just because you're moronic

joe rogan fell for it

>joe rogan fell for it

Joe Rogan will nod along with anything his guests say unless they suggest smoking weed is bad

>He is smart indeed

moron.

>moron

smart in the sense that he uses tricks to mislead you, so that he gets attention for himself.

>He is smart indeed, but not how you think he is.

He's what Charlie Murphy called "functionally moronic". He's every bit as insightful as a person with Down's Syndrome, but a Downie doesn't waste half an hour of your time explaining their bullshit. Or get Joe Rogan to agree with them on a number of points.

>another black soience man

now we have a duo so Neil Grass Tyrone won't have to kiss himself in the mirror anymore. they can just makeout with each other.

he is the epitome of /x/

he just makes random stuff up in the hopes it makes sense to other people for attention

You take one apple one time. How many apples is that equal to? Why to you need to make everything so convoluted and not frame the math so that even a first grader could understand.

>have an apple

>multiply it by one unit of time

>now the apple is rotten and has worms

The israelites want us to believe the apple is still exactly the same and we should pay full price for it. Terry is redrilled on the israelites. If you disagree with him you're a greedy israelite yourself. Things in nature never stay the same. There's always change. Terry is into something when he asks what happened to the other 1.

so aliens came down to ancient mesopotamia and limited human achievement by giving them a wrong multiplication table?

Purely finitary reasoning, Wildberger would be proud!

>the anunnaki sky people are a pillar of finitary reasoning

you know, that explains a few things

>proof by mesopotamian civilization

UHHH BASED

He's trolling right?

I mean in many ways he's benefiting from it just by having people report on it and talk about it.

>Some call them the Annunaki

>twitter screenshot thread

Dilate

that is where he "published" his "proof"

no, he's mentally ill

>@rollingstone