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Topic: WMYtheology � 258
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Re: WMYtheology � 258
Posted: May 2, 2013 5:54 PM
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WM <> wrote:

> But in your Binary Tree the union of paths is an element of the set of
> all paths, namely an infinite path.

The union of two or more paths, being sets of nodes, is not an element
of the set of all paths, since it cannot be a path at all.

The union of two different paths must necessarily contain BOTH child
nodes of the last parent node they have in common, but a path can never
do that.

So WM messes up again!

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