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Gyula Gubacsi
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In my view, there's absolutely no reason for copyright in the age of digital information distribution. There must be crediting and database of all digital works wish to be protected in which everybody can lookup the proper credits and can filter out false-crediting. Copyright as a source of income is a horribly bad concept to begin with, but especially when the copying is completely free.

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According to the wikipedia, the method you use in this video is the Cesaro Summation. For the Grandhi series (1, - 1, 1, -1 ... ) it makes perfect sense to use this method. However, also according to the Wikipedia article, you can't do the same with a series that is divergent to positive or negative infinity, this method can't be used.
"Thus, this sequence diverges to infinity as well as G, and G is now not Cesàro summable. In fact, any series which diverges to (positive or negative) infinity the Cesàro method also leads to a sequence that diverges likewise, and hence such a series is not Cesàro summable."

Your colleague video about the MinutePhysics Math trolling took actually the same issue: MinutePhysics Maths Trolling (Adding Past Infinity)

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in favour of young people for eatig in this place (because they can get up easily;)))
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Me is geeky.
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Well, as I already mentioned, I'm a geek. Love to code, love to read code, love to learn about software. Furthermore I'm becoming increasingly interested for this reason in the Free/Libre Software Movement. But not just because I like to read code. I found it important to make everybody around me aware about the real danger of unchecked consumer products and what they symbolise: a power relation between provider and consumer, where the provider gets the upper hand.
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  • University of Dunaújváros
    Informatics, 2001 - 2005
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  • PKR.com
    Software Engineer, 2011 - present
  • Hi2 Ltd.
    Computer Programmer, 2008 - 2010
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  • Black Hole Games
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