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Virgil
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Re: Well well
Posted:
Apr 5, 2013 10:07 PM


In article <kjnpkc$fai$1@speranza.aioe.org>, Sam Sung <no@mail.invalid> wrote:
> Shmuel Metz write: > > > In <kjnl8m$5h2$1@speranza.aioe.org>, on 04/06/2013 > > at 01:03 AM, Sam Sung <no@mail.invalid> said: > > > >>Sets can be wellordered does not mean something else than there is a > >>prove (like the local prove in N) that each > >>element is detectable, don't em!? > > > > No. But please define "detectable". > > Of course there needs a will to detect not only > the cardínal allness but the uniquety of world. > > Detecting requires a plan in local conscious space?
While I am familiar with both the word "uniqueness" and the word "iniquity", I do not know the meaning of your word "uniquety". 



