I should have found these "praising with faint damnation" of the awful Bible Codes, a while ago. monsieur Satnover's "experts" were apparently associated with Rabin's assassin; thus, the singular "prediction" in Drosnin's flimflam.
> this particular Mishnah in the Talmud. The Talmud isn't concerned with > the game-theoretic properties of this solution to the bankruptcy > problem. (This is something that the Ancient Greeks would have been > interested in.) The Talmud just discusses the application of the > particular solution given in the Mishnah to Jewish Law. Average Jewish > children can and do learn this passage in the Talmud without any > background in higher level mathematics.
thus: how simple of a reference do you want, relating to "really, really tall office-buildings that are hit by a plane filled with fuel for a transcontinental flight, bigger than a flock of V2s?..." just guessing, about the V2 equivalence.... do you want it to be in only Self-consistent Muslim Physics?... the important thing, of course, is that they were offices for the "earned income" folks, the folks who are bringing you the Protocol of the Elders of Kyoto (sik), whether or not you agree with the tactics, or even on who had used them on us. of course, there were more British Subjects than any other foreigners, who died in the conflagration. (just remember: many more excaped, than died .-)
> Yeah, and while you're at it why don't you gravitation experts explain > how the WTC buildings can spontaneously gravitationally collapse into
thus: note the key phrase, which I hasn't noticed til a day after I posted it, that they actually did have an amendment to *extend* the God-am preclearance rules -- how much further, I know not -- although it may have been illegal to pass it.
>Of the four amendments defeated in the House, three had the support of a >majority of the chamber's 231 Republicans. Only the suggestion that the >Voting Rights Act be extended to cover other jurisdictions was defeated by >majorities of both Republicans and Democrats.
thus: compression is only & always deployed around tension.