06/04/2008, 02:14 PM

Ivars Wrote:The other point is who cares about functions on reals if they are so fucked up in principle that they can not deal with simple reduction of tetration to simpler analysis.

I dont know what you mean, the tetrational functions we considered so far are quite well behaved, continuous or even analytic. There is no complicated analysis needed, as far as I can see.

For your function you need complicated analysis, and I still dont see the connection/meaning that it could have for hyperoperations.

I know Ivars you are great in speculations, but perhaps then mathematics is not the right discipline for you. In mathematics there is the possibility (and the necessity) to verify things, to verify ideas. If you dont like verifying (and this impression is quite strong) then go to philosphy where nobody can disprove you for sure.

The gap between what you know and what you want to be true is just too huge.