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Refutation of Riemannian Geometry as Generalization of Euclidean Geometry

Authors: Colin James III

From the classical logic section on set theory, we evaluate definitions of the atom and primitive set. None is tautologous. From the quantum logic and topology section on set theory, we evaluate the disjoint union (as equivalent to the XOR operator) and variances in equivalents for the AND and OR operators. None is tautologous. This reiterates that set theory and quantum logic are not bivalent, and hence non-tautologous segments of the universal logic VŁ4. The assertion of Riemannian geometry as generalization of Euclidean geometry is not supported.

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