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 Feb 19 awarded Necromancer Dec 29 awarded Yearling Sep 13 awarded Notable Question Jul 12 awarded Popular Question May 8 awarded Nice Answer Aug 15 comment Is there a way to prove that $2+2$ really equals $4$? @AsafKaragila Yes I was having a bad day. Thanks for being the better man here. Aug 14 comment Is there a way to prove that $2+2$ really equals $4$? At any rate, I had enough of this oligarchial mafiosi like moderation. I leave you all with your self-patting badges to feel good about yourselves instead of seeing the broader picture how this innocuous question would actually benefit education and widening of knowledge. So miopic. Sheesh. Aug 14 comment Is there a way to prove that $2+2$ really equals $4$? @Asaf Karagila You might want to refrain from the ad hominem labelto live up to your preciously coveted "reputation". Also as a courtesy "we" expect that the community doesn't unilaterally belong to you when you start making assumptive gestures as "I expect" ex cathedra It's not your or my forum, it's our forum. How does it NOT relate to logic? Wanna define "logic" for me with Goedelian rigor? Aug 14 comment Is there a way to prove that $2+2$ really equals $4$? @AsafKaragila It may be "open ended" and vague but it has EVERYTHING to do with logic. Aug 14 comment Is there a way to prove that $2+2$ really equals $4$? I gave it a plus 1 because you are brave enough to ask such question. Kudos to you sir! Aug 14 answered Modern mathematics for dummies Jul 27 awarded Necromancer Jun 13 answered What was the book that opened your mind to the beauty of mathematics? Jun 12 accepted Simple problems that can be carried around in your head Apr 11 awarded Famous Question Feb 12 awarded Nice Question Dec 18 awarded Necromancer Aug 7 comment Logical consequence of Euclid's theorem @AlecosPapadopoulos I actually did think in a similar manner. Intuitively, if there is an endless supply of prime numbers, then one can always find a prime number which cannot be compressed and written given all the particles in the universe. Am I off? So a better question would have been: is there a Kolmogorov complexity of prime numbers? Aug 1 comment Logical consequence of Euclid's theorem @Dan No you understood right; I did not realize that an entire field of cryptography is based on this theorem: carlossicoli.free.fr/M/… Aug 1 asked Logical consequence of Euclid's theorem