> WM says... >> >>On 15 Jun., 18:57, stevendaryl3...@yahoo.com (Daryl McCullough) wrote: >> >>> >>> >We should not use oracles in mathematics. >>> >>> On the contrary! Many real numbers in physics are not computable >>> to infinite precision (for example, the fine structure constant). >> >>Numbers are computable. The fine structure constant is a name. It has >>soem 20 letters. > > I can see that you don't understand the distinction between > use and mention. "Daryl" is a name having five letters. Daryl > is a human being.
Hey, "Daryl" *does* have five letters. That makes Daryl a five letter insult, right?
(Stop looking at me like that.)
-- Jesse F. Hughes "He was still there, shiny and blue green and full of sin." -- Philip Marlowe stalks a bluebottle fly in Raymond Chandler's /The Little Sister/