Set Theory and Logic


Refutation of Descriptive Unions in Descriptively Near Sets

Authors: Colin James III

We evaluate an intersection operator named descriptive union for descriptively near sets. From two sources the definition of the operator is not tautologous. A proof of seven properties derived from the second definition contains two trivial tautologies with the rest as not tautologous. This refutes the descriptive intersection operator and descriptively near sets on which it is based. This also casts doubt on the bevy of derived math and physics papers so spawned at arxiv, researchgate, and vixra.

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[v1] 2019-01-23 11:57:15
[v2] 2019-01-23 18:12:00
[v3] 2019-01-24 20:27:58

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