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Infinite Cosmoses Of Infinite Algorithms for Infinite Transcendental Numbers~


This is the greatest event in the history of mathematics for ever ~~~

 
Here the set of all transcendentals are listed and the whole fraudulent transfinte induction is invalidated 


This is a seamless book,  A book of sand, A library of babel 


For doing these and much more the idea of  Polynomial is generalized to
Labyrinth functions  and the Fundamental theorem of algebra is generalized to its seamless infinite ways.


The Complex Function Space Is generalized to Each Transcendental Number with its Own Trignometric and Hyperbolic Functions.


The icon of "e" is brought to its normal relevance!


There are Infinite Transcendental Functions with the similar analytical properties as e^x .

This book is the Source Book Of Infinitudes Of PhD s in innumerable ways.

It Is the Manual Of All Future Computation !  

Allmost all of this book is beyond the feeble memory of the last computer ever !!

Read On Friend Lover of Infinity !


About thirty five copies of the printed version of this book is already sent to different journals and universities. More are being despatched.


If you would like to buy a printed version of this book please contact

Narayanan Raghunathan
At
aum_raudrabrahmanarayanan@yahoo.com
A Further Note and humble request ~
Respected friends,
Please read the book from the beginning and you will see the consistent notation ~
Opening a random page of this voluminous book of precise computable formulas is not appropriate I must say.  
One person opened a random page and judged the whole book ~ It is like a blind man feeling the proverbial elephant from a very limited and closed perspective ~   
  
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Infinite Cosmoses of Infinite Algorithms for Infinite Transcendental Numbers ~ ~

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Don Small wrote on 07/22/2009 06:48 AM   Reply
 

I downloaded the book.

Narayanan Raghunathan wrote on 07/25/2009 04:49 PM   I am deeply honoured by you Don for downloading my book and noting it here. Be honoured sir. I earnestly hope you find something relevant and vastly significant in the book.

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I am deeply honoured by you Don for downloading my book and noting it here. Be honoured sir. I earnestly hope you find something relevant and vastly significant in the book.

Sudakshina Subramanian wrote on 08/12/2009 05:01 PM   Reply
 

Dear Honourable Prof. Narayanan,


I started reading your book and it really made me wonder about what we usually consider well-accepted facts of set theory. Some time ago, I actually had a similar instinct concerning the countability of the set of real numbers. Your argument seems to be ingenious, but as a non-professional mathematician I have some trouble understanding all the details. Is it possible for you to repeat your argument with a little more details?


Yours respectfully,


Sudakshina


 


 

Narayanan Raghunathan wrote on 08/12/2009 11:17 PM   Respected Sudakshina Subramanian,


If you link to my e mail address and raise specific questions, I will answer you. Now it is also not clear to me whether you browsed through this book or the other book, " Solitary Infinity~ Obituary to Transfinity.


sincerely


Narayanan

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Respected Sudakshina Subramanian,


If you link to my e mail address and raise specific questions, I will answer you. Now it is also not clear to me whether you browsed through this book or the other book, " Solitary Infinity~ Obituary to Transfinity.


sincerely


Narayanan

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