# Dr. Ajay Kumar PHD (he/him)

Check out Aegora: https://aegora.jp/

First two hours or so are a good recap discussion about Euclid so far, and a
preview of where we're going. The third hour or so is an interesting, more
general discussion, the locus of which is the "measuring-your-goals" problem,
and how so many problems in the managerialist economy are downstream of this
simple epistemic mistake.

Element page: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/bookI/propI44.html
GeoGebra: (none yet)

Discussion references:

Book 3 Prop 35: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/bookIII/propIII35.html
Book 3 Prop 35 lazy Geogebra: https://www.geogebra.org/m/w7nwsccg
Ben Sparks math lover video: https://youtu.be/FFftmWSzgmk

00:00:00 Introduction
00:20:04 The Roman Rapist Mindset, and Euclid versus FQA
00:24:24 The visual Euclidean algorithm
00:26:54 Rape of the Sabine Women
00:28:44 Craig speaks, shape rotators versus wordcels
00:31:24 The water glass thing
00:34:04 Craig ate breakfast today so he's not hungry, space walk
00:39:04 the math discord and my transition story
00:42:54 back to euclid
00:46:19 Roman therapy
00:48:14 No straight guy would be an effective OnlyFans whore pimp, extractive versus productive
00:55:54 Elon Musk is the ideal male
01:01:44 Chord product theorem (Book 3 Prop 35), future plans, and being rigorlicious
01:16:54 If the universe is a simulation, it's programmed by pajeets; MLB The Show; Wildberger meta-numbers
01:24:34 Baudrillard was right and mathematics is wrong
01:30:04 Continuing with Euclid
01:37:34 Euclid's broken parallel copy procedure; arrisu to bobbu; Euclid's original sin; iterated function systems
02:14:34 Arch appears; why Arch loves The Founder; Razib Khan
02:20:59 Is grooming good or bad?
02:22:04 Academia is the worst possible setting for creative work
02:25:34 The cup of water thing; Did Arch eat breakfast?; Craig Cannon on Gungans; MAID
02:40:34 French perfectionist culture; show your imperfect work
02:51:34 The measuring-your-goals problem; Daddy issues
03:08:34 Money is too cheap right now; crypto
03:15:34 Arch out
03:18:34 Aegora; my plan when I become dictator
03:22:04 Putin is demilitarizing the west
03:31:34 Fake sign language interpreters

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Blog: https://zxq9.com/archives/author/doctorajaykumar
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: ht

He's actually an ex-US Army Special Forces Engineer who does private intelligence consultancy work for a living, is based in Japan, speaks fluent Japanese, pays a lot of attention to Japanese politics, and specifically has experience in orchestrating assassinations. That doesn't fit in the title. You clicked, you're interested, give it a listen.

00:00:00 What we know right now
00:04:30 Narratives surrounding Abe in Japanese politics
00:06:55 Japanese political and historical context
00:44:30 COVID and China
00:50:50 Why did the guy shoot Abe?
00:57:40 The American Empire
01:00:30 Explaining China
01:04:55 Why would someone assassinate a *former* PM?
01:08:30 Power versus Guiding Consciousness
01:11:20 This was not a patsy killing
01:20:18 What will the fallout be?
01:23:48 Assassinations of Power versus Assassinations of Guiding Consciousness
01:28:30 Parallels between Abe and Trump
01:31:43 Conclusion

Articles mentioned:

Standarditis article: https://zxq9.com/archives/2098
Entropism: https://zxq9.com/archives/category/entropism
End of History: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_history
Epstein judge assassination: https://archive.ph/3q4rX
Preference falsification article: https://zxq9.com/archives/2107

CCP Olympics Propaganda:

CCP Propaganda Rap (must-listen):

Two Sessions: https://youtu.be/a5rvO5e-rik
A hip-hop ode to China: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6m2-Bpcr2c
A song for Xinjiang Cotton: https://www.youtube.c..

He's actually an ex-US Army Special Forces Engineer who does private intelligence consultancy work for a living, is based in Japan, speaks fluent Japanese, pays a lot of attention to Japanese politics, and specifically has experience in orchestrating assassinations. That doesn't fit in the title. You clicked, you're interested, give it a listen.

00:00:00 What we know right now
00:04:30 Narratives surrounding Abe in Japanese politics
00:06:55 Japanese political and historical context
00:44:30 COVID and China
00:50:50 Why did the guy shoot Abe?
00:57:40 The American Empire
01:00:30 Explaining China
01:04:55 Why would someone assassinate a *former* PM?
01:08:30 Power versus Guiding Consciousness
01:11:20 This was not a patsy killing
01:20:18 What will the fallout be?
01:23:48 Assassinations of Power versus Assassinations of Guiding Consciousness
01:28:30 Parallels between Abe and Trump
01:31:43 Conclusion

Articles mentioned:

Standarditis article: https://zxq9.com/archives/2098
Entropism: https://zxq9.com/archives/category/entropism
End of History: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/End_of_history
Epstein judge assassination: https://archive.ph/3q4rX
Preference falsification article: https://zxq9.com/archives/2107

CCP Olympics Propaganda:

CCP Propaganda Rap (must-listen):

Two Sessions: https://youtu.be/a5rvO5e-rik
A hip-hop ode to China: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6m2-Bpcr2c
A song for Xinjiang Cotton: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ususUbhZr1M

Relevant past episodes (mostly about China):

6 (Anatomy of the Coming Collapse): https://rumble.com/vnagqe-anatomy-of-the-coming-collapse-the-craig-cannon-power-hour-with-craig-canno.html
7.1 (China's New Cultural Revolution): https://rumble.com/vnagb4-china-announces-new-cultural-revolution-the-craig-cannon-power-hour-with-cr.html
7.6 (How China Works): https://rumble.com/vnvqrw-how-china-works-the-craig-cannon-power-hour-with-craig-cannon-ep-7-pt-6-siq.html

Yakuza one is not up, will put it up when I get the time (was 7.7)

Where to find Cannon:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/zxq9/
Gab: https://gab.com/zxq9
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/zxq9
Minds: https://www.minds.com/zxq9/
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@zxq9
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-619215
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://zxq9.com/

Where to find Kumar:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://orangepill.healthcare/

Claim: it is not possible for there to exist two triangles with equal area and equal bases but differing heights.

Argument:

1. Let tri(A, B, C) and tri(D, B, C) be two triangles with equal area. (i.e. equal bases)
2. Our goal is to show the triangles have the same height.
3. Suppose join(A, D) is not parallel to join(B, C) (i.e. the triangles have equal area and equal bases but different heights). Our goal is to show this is impossible.
4. Construct E incident with join(B, D) such that join(A, E) is parallel to join(B, C).
5. Because tri(A, B, C) and tri(E, B, C) have the same base and the same height, they have the same area
6. However, either
6a. area(tri(E, B, C)) `le` area(tri(D, B, C)) [as shown in the diagram]
6b. area(tri(E, B, C)) `ge` area(tri(D, B, C))
7. We have proven
7a. area(tri(A, B, C)) =:= area(tri(D, B, C)) [by assumption]
7b. area(tri(A, B, C)) =:= area(tri(E, B, C)) [by construction]
7b. area(tri(D, B, C)) =/= area(tri(E, B, C)) [by construction]
8. Therefore it is not possible for there to exist two triangles with equal area and equal bases but differing heights.

05:00 Cat
21:30 GeoGebra

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Blog: https://zxq9.com/archives/author/doctorajaykumar
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://orangepill.healthcare/

This one is simple conceptually but the GeoGebra took a long time!

This is the most complicated GeoGebra by far and the process of making it brings up a lot of interesting ideas!

00:00:00 Begin Part 1
00:19:00 Guide
00:26:00 CanonHub: Relational versus Graphical Structures in Mathematics
00:29:09 Begin Part 2
00:30:00 Dicking around with kdenlive
00:33:38 Looking into the future on this series
00:35:45 Monitors and to-do-list
00:40:00 How I learn things
00:41:20 Starting the GeoGebra: parallel copy
01:22:45 Insight: signed area relates to which triangle to pick in parallel copy
01:28:45 Explanation about signed area insight
01:32:00 Parallel copy procedure done, working on proposition part
01:33:00 The point of the proposition
01:37:30 We're showing how geometric procedures can be implemented as queries
01:50:30 The layers of the hypothetical query language
02:00:00 Going through the logic of the proposition again
02:32:00 Done with GeoGebra, making it web-suitable
02:39:00 Making the thumbnail

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Blog: https://zxq9.com/archives/author/doctorajaykumar
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://orangepill.healthcare/

00:00 Preliminaries
07:20 Cannon conversation
07:50 Predictions for the argument
09:30 I need a new monitor
12:00 Should I restart Bible playlist?
19:00 Oh no
21:00 Euclid was the George Floyd of Ancient Greece
24:00 The three philosophies of mathematics
27:00 My new blog (https://zxq9.com/archives/author/doctorajaykumar)
28:40 The point of QAnal and of this playlist
32:30 Back to work
33:55 When the argument clicks and thank you Norman Wildberger
35:35 Why the sum of interior angles in a convex polygon is 180*(number of sides) - 360 degrees
48:08 error that propagates but I catch later, sum should be 360 degrees
52:10 twice as many angles
54:00 Wildberger is clever
56:40 Finishing up
57:55 GeoGebra

(1) B + O - G = 0
(2) B + O + P = 180
(3) P + G = 180

(2) - (1) = (3)
(2) - (3) = (1)

Chromopill article: https://zxq9.com/archives/2067
articles: https://zxq9.com/archives/author/doctorajaykumar

Cannon discussion: https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon:8/siqa-2022-05-06-projective-versus-euclidean:b
Euclid Elements playlist: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/ee
Greek Math playlist: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/GreekMath
Euclid Elements website: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Blog: https://zxq9.com/archives/author/doctorajaykumar
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://orangepill.healthcare/

While having a business discussion, Craig and I found a weird quirk in Euclid. Interesting surrounding conversation about different approaches to math, and possible future things we're going to do.

Lennart pays us a visit at the end.

Element page: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/bookI/propI31.html
GeoGebra B1P31: https://www.geogebra.org/m/bfgq5fej
GeoGebra Desargues: https://www.geogebra.org/m/vtrbexzb

FQA 4: https://zxq9.com/archives/2201
Tensors post: https://zxq9.com/archives/2397
Tensors video: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/aa38

Euclid Elements playlist: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/ee
Euclid Elements website: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://orangepill.healthcare/

Where to find Cannon:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/zxq9/
Gab: https://gab.com/zxq9
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/zxq9
Minds: https://www.minds.com/zxq9/
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@zxq9
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-619215
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://zxq9.com/

Thought it would be a 40 minute video, it's over 2 hours and am only about halfway through the paper. Gotta say, it's a really good paper. Definitely worth the effort so far to understand it. It has already made me a better programmer

WFC playlist: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/wfc

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395
Website: http://orangepill.healthcare/

Code:

"alternate angles equal to one another" -> Green = Pink
"exterior angle" -> Red
"exterior angle equal to the interior and opposite angle" -> Red = Pink
"sum of the interior angles on the same side" -> Pink + Blue = 180°

Arg 1:

- Suppose Green > Pink
- Then Green + Blue > Pink + Blue
- Green + Blue = 2 right angles because line
- Therefore Pink + Blue < 2 right angles
- By the parallel postulate, the two lines AB and CD meet in the pink/blue direction
- We assumed the lines were parallel
- Therefore Green = Pink

Arg 2:

- Green = Red because vertical angles
- Therefore Red = Pink
- Red + Blue = Pink + Blue
- Red + Blue = 2 right angles because straight line
- Therefore Pink + Blue = 2 right angles

Parallel postulate: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/bookI/post5.html
Element page: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/bookI/propI29.html
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/m/squyduwp

Euclid Elements playlist: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/ee
Greek Math playlist: https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar/GreekMath
Euclid Elements website: https://mathcs.clarku.edu/~djoyce/java/elements/

Where to find me:

BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/doctorajaykumar/
Gab: https://gab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GitLab: https://gitlab.com/DoctorAjayKumar
GeoGebra: https://www.geogebra.org/u/doctorajaykumar
Odysee (main): https://odysee.com/@DoctorAjayKumar
Odysee (podcast): https://odysee.com/@BigBlackCannon
Locals: https://orangepill.locals.com/
Minds: https://www.minds.com/doctorajaykumar/
Rumble (main): https://rumble.com/c/c-906055
Rumble (podcast): https://rumble.com/c/c-765395