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Topic: Arthur C. Clarke's "The Wall of Darkness" - what's the point?
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Arthur C. Clarke's "The Wall of Darkness" - what's the point?
Posted: Mar 31, 2013 5:20 PM
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I'm sure, there is something to using the spiral, but, on the other
math is not an expectorator sport;
*mathematica* is four, beuatiful subjects, only one of which
is the theory of numbers.

"spacetime" is nothing but quaternions, properly iderstood
(a la Lancczos, _Variational Mechanics_), as opposed to the bogus
of herr doctor-professor Minkowski.

> know nothing but profanily , their darkness is darker then theier recesses

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