Why not? I do that a lot in math. For example, many theorems in vector analysis I do not know the proofs to them (because the books spends many many pages proving them in the appendix) but I still accept them and use them. But my goal is when I become better in my understanding of Analysis that I will understand these theorems. So you should just accept what we are saying and try to within a certain amount to time to understand why we are right.To say "accept someone else's conclusion" is to say "take it on faith" and I cannot do that.
1)Because (like you were told many times) you are completely wrong. And any of your arguments are so so wrong. It is not even a possibility to be correct. That is why mathematicians hate when people do these things.I don't see why you're on the rag over this...
2)You are talking about things you have very little understaning of. I would never join a group of physicists and talk string theory with them because I have no understanding of it. What I tell people is: first learn the rules before you want to try to change them. Same situation here before you want to propose any other explanation first learn the known rules. Otherwise it is plan stupid like the string theory analogy.
We are making you think our way because your way of thinking is absolutely wrong. (Part of the reason why you are wrong is that you assume that a decimal expansion of a number must be unique. Why do you assume that?)... and I never suggested anyone else think like I do.