Kuykendall Science Group Forms Web Site Membership so Interested Individuals Can Assist in Rewriting Sciences that Use Math

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The Rule-of-Signs(-)(-)=(+) is Incorrect A negative Times a Negative is Equal to a Positive is Incorrect.

A new group has formed online to rewrite the sciences using math.

For instance:

The Rule-of-Signs; a (-)(-) = (+) is incorrect.

  • This discovery removes or shows the errors in absolute values, imaginary numbers, negative and positive numbers and math equations solved using the distributive law with a dash sign (-) in the equation.
  • This discovery means that all math, physics and chemistry books must be rewritten to correct the errors.
  • This discovery means that all computer and calculator software must be rewritten to correct the errors.

The discovery shows the math errors in (to name just a few subjects):

  • Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity.
  • Schroedinger's equation.
  • Quantum mechanics.
  • Thermodynamic chemistry.

This discovery was made by Jack Kuykendall in January 2005. It was the culmination of four years of studying, "why there is no proof that a (-)(-)=(+)?"

Jack is a high IQ independent scientist who is not involved with academia. This is why a paradigm shift in math could be discovered. In academia, the thought to look for this error would never have occurred.

The Kuykendall Science Group (KSG) is being formed via a web site membership so that interested individuals can have the opportunity to assist in the rewriting of all the sciences that use math.
For additional information, contact: Jack Kuykendall 480-221-2220 or visit the KSG web site at http://www.kuysg.com


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