# Peter F Erickson

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Peter F. Erickson | |
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Residence | Vancouver, WA, United States |

Nationality | USA |

Known for | Infinity, Infinitesimals, Philosophy of Science |

Peter has spent much of his life in the contemplation of issues involving infinity. He graduated in 1961 from Stanford University. In 1975, he wrote **Introduction to the Tripartie System: A Monetrary Program for Americans**. In 1997, his critical work, **The Stance of Atlas** was published. In 2003, **Passport to Poverty: the '90s Stock Market and What It Can Still Do To You** appeared. In 2006, he published **Absolute Space, Absolute Time, Absolute Motion**, perhaps, the most complete exposition of infinitesimals ever written. It also introduced the veritable number system, which solves the mystery of the square root of negative one. This year (2010), **The Nature Of Negative Numbers** will present an exposition of veritable numbers.

## Abstracts

- 2013 - "Bertrand Russell and "Continuity""
- 2012 - "George De Bothezat's Teaching on the Infinitesimal" (Read in full)
- 2011 - "[[Division in the Veritable Number System

]]" (Read in full)

- 2010 - "On Understanding Negative Numbers" (Read in full)
- 2009 - "Further Discoveries About the Veritable Number System"
- 2009 - "Quaternions, Vectors, and Veritable Numbers"
- 2008 - "The Nature of Time: There Exists an Infinitesimal of Time Within Which Division is Impossible"
- 2008 - "The Spatial Infinitesimal: The Spatial Infinitesimal is the Final, Indivisible Element of Space"
- 2007 - "The Hidden Opportunities in the Derivative "
- 2007 - "The Spatial Infinitesimal "
- 2006 - "Absolute Space, Absolute Time, & Absolute Motion"
- 2005 - "The Solution to the Mystery of the Square Root of Minus One"

## Books

- 2013 - "The Nature of Infinitesimals" (Read in full)
- 2011 - "The Nature of Negative Numbers"
- 2008 - "Absolute Space, Absolute Time, & Absolute Motion" (Read in full)