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How Many Points Are there in a Line Segment? – a New Answer from Discrete-Cellular Space Viewpoint

Authors: Victor Christianto, Florentin Smarandache

While it is known that Euclid’s five axioms include a proposition that a line consists at least of two points, modern geometry avoid consistently any discussion on the precise definition of point, line, etc. It is our aim to clarify one of notorious question in Euclidean geometry: how many points are there in a line segment? – from discrete-cellular space (DCS) viewpoint. In retrospect, it may offer an alternative of quantum gravity, i.e. by exploring discrete gravitational theories. To elucidate our propositions, in the last section we will discuss some implications of discrete cellular-space model in several areas of interest: (a) cell biology, (b) cellular computing, (c) Maxwell equations, (d) low energy fusion, and (e) cosmology modelling.

Comments: 15 Pages. This paper has been submitted to JOURNAL OF PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS. Your comments are welcome

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[v1] 2017-08-29 05:42:34
[v2] 2018-01-29 09:35:59

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