Peano Axioms is not selling. By the way, not just mine, but Peano Axioms in general is not selling.
For university webpages, the presentations are fast paced and so unsuitable to most people. My books have hand holding but don’t sell anyhow.
There are also some videos on Peano Axioms such as by NJ Wildberger.
Wildberger is a professor of math in Australia
“new and better way” he says in video. These videos are from 2009. “A framework that makes sense”, he says. But the math ed establishment are too stupid to see the sense or listen.
Kapetosu: (also seems to have Australian accent)
If you are trying to sell something and customers don’t buy, are they stupid or you a stupid salesman? You are inept? Have the wrong product?
Peano Axioms are the right product, that is proven. Wildberger points out they make sense in his first video.
People have been trying to sell these for years. Different people. Professors, non-professors. The math ed people ignore them.
Consider this rule to determine who is stupid.
If you try to sell something to someone and they don’t buy, then if they really need it, then they are stupid. If they are doing something else more beneficial to them, then you are stupid as the salesman.
The evidence is in, it is the math ed establishment that is stupid. They can’t teach and they can’t learn. That is a combination recognized throughout time as indicating stupidity.
The reason they can’t teach elementary math is because they don’t know it. You can’t teach what you don’t know. But they are so stupid and full of themselves, they can’t even recognize they don’t know elementary math. Moreover, they reject it when they are told this over and over again by different people.
This shows it is the math ed establishment that is baked in stupid. Baked in stupid about math. Baked in stupid about learning math. Baked in stupid about teaching math.
They go on strike when they are held accountable for their failure to teach math. This is what Chicago Public School teachers said. We don’t want no stinkin’ accountability.