I don't like the way this question is worded, but I don't want to take unilateral action against it. I feel like it is breaking some kind of implied social norm but as far as I can tell there is nothing in the FAQ I can hold against the OP. Opinions?
This scores at least 80 points on the crackpot index:
10 points for each new term you invent or use without properly defining it.
20 points for naming something after yourself. (E.g., talking about the "Caldwell primes" or "the Caldwell factorizer" when your name happens to be Caldwell.)
50 points for failing to respond to appropriate corrections, questions and challenges.
The question was initially just a misunderstanding about infinite decimal expansions. Strictly speaking, it didn't make sense, but it was at least possible for Elliott and others to make a good faith effort to clear up the confusion. Now it has gotten ridiculous. I think it qualifies as "not a real question", and I am voting to close as such.
This question has been massively downvoted (I just added my own downvote, and a comment answering the question: there are no implications). Hopefully this massive downvoting will consign the question to the oblivion it deserves. I wouldn't do anything more than this unless the user persists in bumping the question or something similar.
P.S. I just checked and it seems to be off the front-page, which is all that is really needed, so with luck no moderator action will be required.
"Do not put usernames in question titles."
"Avoid personal names in questions, except where standard or necessary to name specific literature or concepts (examples: Wiles' proof of Fermat's conjecture, Einstein equations, Hilbert space, historical discussions of who discovered what when), or as unique/original sources, or friendly anecdotes."
[meta faq-proposed]: do not debate individual postings or users when the problem can be addressed by FAQs, tags or other improvements that apply to all postings.