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Offline sybershot Topic starter
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Mathematical Syntax Language


Doing some research on proper language I cam across this site with a series of videos explaining about Mathematical Syntax Language. http://vinesbranch.net/index.php?p=1_860_David-Wynn-Miller-QUANTUM-GRAMMAR-SEMINAR-SEPTEMBER-2012-ALL-24-OF-24
I did some research on this guy and some say he is a liar and a fraud, while others praise him. whether or not he is a fraud or not the concept itself is interesting to me. what do you guys think of this Mathematical language concept?

Posted April 23, 2013, 03:51:53 AM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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Re: Mathematical Syntax Language


Been looking at a few of these.

I'm up to number 4 and I'm not sure. Is he a nut or does he hold the truth to a universal translator (my words).

Intrigued.

Posted April 24, 2013, 21:13:34 PM Logged
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Offline sybershot Topic starter
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Re: Mathematical Syntax Language


He does have some claims and stories that do make one wonder if there is truth in them or not, I also been searching for this so called book and have not been able to find a copy for sale anywhere except from his website. I would think a used copy would be out there somewhere, Apparently those that have one value it that much and is not selling it scratch-head   

Posted April 25, 2013, 02:54:02 AM Logged

Offline Data
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Have watched 3 of the vids so far.

I'm on the fence

What I find the most convincing about him is his intelligence, the guy is obviously very clever and doesn't seem to be spewing out salesman type talk,

There might be something in it.   

Posted April 25, 2013, 11:07:08 AM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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I agree. My B$ detector has been alerted on several occasions too.
When he quotes tech, he gets it wrong but his point remains valid. (Who, 50 years ago, would've predicted smart phones)
On the Mason 92nd level, or whatever he quotes. He starts to explain then meanders off subject, which smells on con artist to me.

He is definitely a very clever bloke.

I still don't get the 'verb/adverb' thing. He quotes 'river under the bridge' and 'bridge over the river' at one point. I thought 'river' and 'bridge' were nouns. Bridge can become a verb as in 'to bridge a gap' or 'to bridge ones knowledge'. I still don't get it.

Posted April 25, 2013, 19:10:24 PM Logged
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Offline sybershot Topic starter
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Re: Mathematical Syntax Language


I watched nearly all his videos before starting this topic, if you want to heard some stories that gets you to  scratch-head even more watch the rest of the videos. Though there is not much within the videos that give away the secrets to his: well I'll quote Snowcrash's words here "universal translator"

Posted April 26, 2013, 20:31:44 PM Logged
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