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