ain't that the truth; Minkowski's slogans about space & time are just a commonplace of phase-space, which can be graphed on paper as "1+1 dimensions;" but, hey, we get fourier analysis to look at!
"measuerment taketh time" --Are Bucky Fullofit "and so does travel" --me,myself&brian
> Nonpossible to visualize space without time and time without space.
thus: think you'll find, in reports of Franklin's original experiment -- even if he didn't actually do it -- that the set-up is a fail-safe to ground, like his lightening rod.
thus: the voluntary market in carbon credits is huge in the USA, mostly via the Chicago Board of Trade -- and the reform does not do anything to control derivatives til much later.
thus: haven't got to the "last sentence before the supplement," but the first footnote shows the problem with Newton's "theory" of emmission. > You have this:http://www.aip.org/history/gap/PDF/michelson.pdf > Null in MMX is obvious. But in 1925 Michelson > detected the Earth rotation. So the exact result of MMX is 0.5 km/s.
thus: sorry, Gauss said, the Queen of sciences, which has been supposed to imply that there was a King, to be physical economy -- at least as important as numbertheory (big chunk of _Cranks_).
thus: I like Dudley's books, not particularly _Cranks_, but he misses the boat in the second paragraph, because he emphasizes mere arithmetic *and* the subjects that are not quite *mathematica*, or *quadrivium*, and this is the self-same problem of all primary or "elementary" ed. in math, a sort of glorification of Euclid's encyclopedia, addended to the trivium (or, the three Rs .-) http://www.ams.org/notices/201005/rtx100500608p.pdf