Noah Schweber, Timothy Chow, Jeremy Rickard. These criminal mathematicians should visit a psychiatrist: In response to this MathOverflow question I posted the following answer: I, Victor Porton, am an amateur (having no paper diploma) mathematician who discovered: algebraic general topology (including general topology of…

read moreIn recent days I published three scientific books on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing Program. My books contain complex formulas and yet I succeeded after much trying to find a way to publish them both as paperback and as e-books, yes with formulas….

read moreAlgebraic General Topology (a book series for both postdoctorals and college students) is a new branch of mathematics that replaces General Topology. Yes, general topology is now legacy! We have something better than topological spaces, funcoids. You almost spent time in vain…

read moreAfter a long time of being an unaccepted genius, the first volume of my book Algebraic General Topology is published officially (by the biggest Russian science publisher INFRA-M). The most general in general topology and algebraic theory, generalization of limit for multivalued…

read moreI’ve sent the final version of the first edition of my research monograph Algebraic General Topology. Volume 1 to Russian publisher INFRA-M and signed the publication contract. They are going to publish my book electronically. They also asked to send them a…

read morePlease nominate my math research book (can be easily read by every mathematician) for Doob Prize. All necessary information can be found at this page at Terry Tao’s blog and subcomments. And yes, my book is worth prize.

read moreI welcome you to the following math research volunteer job: Participate in writing my math research book (volumes 1 and 2), a groundbreaking general topology research published in the form of a freely downloadable book: implement existing ideas, propose new ideas develop…

read moreI updated my math research book to use “weakly down-aligned” and “weakly up-aligned” instead of “down-aligned” and “up-aligned” (see the book for the definitions) where appropriate to make theorems slightly more general. During this I also corrected an error. (One theorem referred to complement of…

read moreWe have a new kind of math publishing: Free books distributed through Internet. It is a new kind of mathematical culture. Some books of this kind appeared with daunting success. It has great advantages. It is how things should be done in…

read moreI start the “research-in-the middle” project (an outlaw offspring of Polymath Project) introducing to your attention the following conjecture: Conjecture The following are equivalent (for every lattice $latex \mathsf{FCD}$ of funcoids between some sets and a set $latex S$ of principal funcoids…

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