>>12803271

>If your equation can only be solved by inventing numbers that can't exist, like some kind of math deity, then you are fucking wrong and the math is flawed.

not only that but you invent new special exceptions and rules that state

>my ultimate based&redpilled theorem applies everywhere... except for the case where it's an imaginary number. Then that's bad and you should cease applying it asap.

Which in that case is the meme imaginary triangle. It's a simple statement, it just adds an i-length side to a unit triangle. Everyone above age 14 is aware that you can't do that, yet everyone is also aware that math isn't supposed to be this easily breakable and to have to rely on some exceptions to prevent you from doing this. A whole set of numbers for what exactly? You can't even apply them anywhere. And the other perfect example is the division by zero which breaks math before you even begin to move the number line.

From this point onward you can attack the entire ZFC and the claim that there can exist infinite sets, a claim that is reflexively taken as the ultimate Truth in modern society, which is false because the only ones geometrically applicable to our reality are the natural numbers. Everything else is judeo-rationalist cope, an attempt to pull you into the platonic realm of infinite possibilities that does not respond to the reality that is limited from these infinities.