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Miss Understands
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I'm interested in Riemennian topology, special relativity, and astrophysics -- particularly how null hypersurfaces interact with objects that experience time (i.e. objects with mass all experience time and move slower than c.)

Really, I want to know:

  1. what orthogonality means.

  2. What does it mean for 2 things not to be the same thing?

  3. What does it mean for something to exist?

=======[ NOTE:

I got banned from here for asking these questions:

5 votes: If you lived in a 4-torus, what would the doughnut hole look like from the inside?

3 votes: The rotation symmetry group and the reflection group: Is there a name for what they have in common?

2 votes: Is the tetrahedron necessarily mirror-asymmetric?

2 votes: What's the name for "negative length" in pseudometric space?

1 vote: Where are the imaginary numbers in Fourier analysis hiding?

0 votes: Is it possible to point-invert a Euclidean space and not produce a hyperbolic one?

0 votes: What would a surface with metric (3, 2), or formally, (3, 0, 2) look like?

-1 votes: Must three distinct spheres always intersect in exactly two points?

-2 votes: How can a regular space not be a Hausdorff space?

I DON'T WANT TO BE UN-BANNED; I WANT TO KNOW WHAT'S WRONG WITH THESE QUESTIONS. because now I can't ask any.

Given that these are normal math questions, it's reasonable to want to know why they were so wrong that the questioner m7st be banned.

I could see it in the philosophy stax, but mathematicians ought to be able to at least explain this.

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