
Re: say I flip a coin 100 times...
Posted:
Apr 17, 2005 10:38 PM


In article <1113699487.238429.88690@o13g2000cwo.googlegroups.com>, HERC777 <herc777@hotmail.com> wrote: >So if each flipper represented a real number, and Herc starts >flipping/making the antidiagonal (#1) at t=1, t=2, ... > >Herc NEVER creates a new coin sequence.
I see. So for example, if the infinite series of flippers produced:
111111111111111... 011111111111111... 001111111111111... 000111111111111... 000011111111111... 000001111111111... etc.
and Herc produced
000000000000000...
then Herc does not produce a new coin sequence.
By the way, which person exactly is it that produces the same coin sequence as Herc does? Not the 1st, 2nd, or 3rd, as far as I can see. Help me out here.  Tim Chow tchowatalumdotmitdotedu The range of our projectileseven ... the artilleryhowever great, will never exceed four of those miles of which as many thousand separate us from the center of the earth. Galileo, Dialogues Concerning Two New Sciences

