Washington Post Pushing Snake Euler

8 de abril de 2007

<body><div id="article"><tr><td height="28" valign="middle" width="184"></td><td valign="middle" width="185"></td></tr><h1> <em>Washington Post</em> Pushing Snake Euler</h1><p>[ Source: Washington Post, April 9th 2007, Page A06]</p><p>April 9 (LPAC)-- Today, as the United States and the World are caught in unfolding a cultural tragedy, expressed by the U.S. Congress' cult-like belief in Al Gore's 'Global Warming' hoax, the only usefulness of today's <em>Washington Post</em> article "The Countless Achievements of a Math Master" (David Brown, April 9th, 2007; Page A06) in the promotion of Leonard Euler is that it allows for an opportunity to point to the more important conception of man which Euler attempted to destroy.</p><p>To the point: in 1746, Euler chaired a famous essay contest at the Berlin Academy; the challenge: who could 'best' refute Leibniz' concept of the Monadology. Modern mathematicians and others may allow themselves to judge this evidence as merely a "difference of opinion", however, truth lies in a different domain, the conception of the nature of man.</p><p>For, those who recognize the condition of living standards for most of the population in Europe at the time of the 1648 Treaty of Westphalia, the importance of Jean-Baptiste Colbert's subsequent reforms for economic development in the late 17th Century, and Leibniz' subsequent political fight to free Europe from an oligarchical suppression, including his science of dynamics, technological development, and scientific academies, will therefore see the true nature of Euler's attack, the Leibnizian view of man. Euler was, thus, merely a tool for the oligarchy's attempt to eradicate the personal influence of Gottfried Leibniz, which would have led Europe to the same realization of the sovereign nation state as the founding of our republic at that time.</p><p>That said about Euler and the relevant point made for today's crisis, one then might ask the question: what is the Washington Post doing in promoting Euler? With the LYM demonstrating its hegemony with the study of Kepler's works and its rediscovery of the true principles of Bachian counterpoint, coupled with an increasingly effective street presence and Congressional lobbying activity, could the WAPO be responding to the nation's only fully integrated youth movement?</p><p>May your own studies lead the way.</p></div></body>