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I am making a new math usenet group out of this one and np will not stop me versus p do you see whaqt -q I just dud -dud did there +e dude -de? +5 you have nothing on me I can solve 3 - SAT reading a v - box of + cereal - am I (yes) like the P.Dissy of Math? Let's see.
Let P = ? (Yes) does NP = (P) Yes. It is so simple and you can write a notebook of things (about it) Or (me) and (God) and you may miss what I said when I meant 'I aM the Alpha n the OMega++ Tbytes) cannot stop logic or God! I am the child of God who found it and you are the one graced by my kindness and generosity and wisdom and intelligence. When You are right I am Right, Dear God. MMM(+Musatov-Infinite)X
Herman Jurjus wrote: > pubkeybreaker wrote: > > > > I want to see a newsgroup that contains ONLY serious discussion about > > mathematics below the research level. But that is only my view. > > Others > > can reasonably differ. > > > > To those who argue that such a group would be "boring", I say to them: > > If discussion of serious mathematics bores you, then go somewhere else. > > So what you want is not a usenet newsgroup at all, but rather > something like the FOM mailing list, or 'Ask a Topologist', but then > without the subject restriction? > > Actually, this may be the best suggestion made so far, since (as the > rumours go) many providers want to stop their news-server support > anyway, in the not too distant future. > > Such a solution can also have a dedicated "fools' corner" on its > website, and we'd all be happy. > > BTW, it's also possible to setup an nntp server that doesn't push its > feed to other news servers. That is: there could still be an > nntp-interface to the solution envisioned above, so that everybody can > keep using their favorite newsreader software. > > -- > Cheers, > Herman Jurjus