Pics of Nicholas of Cusa, Galileo Galilei, and Gottfried Leibniz
Just like the U.S. Founding Documents have not been interpreted properly by U.S. lawyers and the U.S. Supreme Court, 'indivisibles' were not interpreted properly by religions and the field of mathematics after they appeared. History shows that indivisibles were developed only by a few personalities and their followers. The personalities are Nicholas of Cusa, Galileo Galilei, and Gottfried Leibniz. Since the thoughts of Cusa and Galileo were being judged by the Roman church, only Leibniz was able to rise above the Roman church and develop indivisibles. However, the institutions of education in the USA have brought only Leibniz's infinitesimal calculus into high schools, colleges, and universities.
After studying the work of Cusa, I recognized the important work of Leibniz on indivisibles. So when I found that the existence of God can be proven scientifically, I wrote my first book, "The First Scientific Proof of God," In this book, I included information on Nicholas of Cusa and Galileo in Part IIa. And I included the work of Leibniz on indivisibles in Part IV.
However, soon after my book appeared on the Internet Amazon bookstore, five atheists submitted book reviews that assassinate my character and rejected the proof of God. They did not understand my method of proof. They did not understand Plato's negative and had no comments on my discussion on Cusa, Galileo, or Leibniz. Their unfair book reviews were removed by Amazon because their reviews did not follow bookstore review guidelines. But these atheists continued to resubmit their same book reviews. On the third resubmissions, the bookstore gave up due to increased personal costs. But this evil practice of atheism seems to be unlawful because atheists are not tolerating religions. Because of this evil practice of atheism, the work of Leibniz on indivisibles in my book is being hidden again. Earlier Leibniz's work was hidden by the materialists and Newtonians for four centuries.
It is time for citizens to take a deeper look at what is happening in the fields of education, mathematics, and science in the USA.