"Rick Decker" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote... > On 12/16/13 6:48 PM, Port563 wrote: >> "Jens Stuckelberger"<Jens_Stuckelberger@nowhere.net> wrote in message >> news:email@example.com... >>> On Sun, 15 Dec 2013 16:59:54 +0000, Port563 wrote: >>> >>>> I participated in sci.math a long time ago. Now, I am older and >>>> rustier, and my rust has rust. >>>> >>>> When I was last by this way, Prof. Lounesto had passed (in 2002), alas. >>>> >>>> And James Harris (of FLT infamy) was still busy polluting the group all >>>> too regularly. >>>> >>>> Only a few familiar names now - I note that the patient and tireless >>>> Arturo Magidin is still here. What happened to JSH, Arturo? >>>> >>>> Did JSH apologize or retract, or just fade away? >>> >>> Why bring this up now? Do you want him back? Are you guys nuts? >> >> Good questions. >> >> 1. Idle curiosity. >> >> 2. No. And having now seen him comfortably settled in the blogosphere, >> free >> from pesky people who kept finding gaping holes in his "proofs" (sic), I >> don't think there's any prospect of an n+1'th Coming. > > Too bad, in a way. It looks as if James is about to break his streak > of threatening to have me fired. He did so in 2004, 2007, and 2010, > but it looks as if 2013 will pass without another one.
The progression (even ignoring month-effects) "obviously" goes:
2004, 2007, 2010, 2014
2004, 2007, 2010, 2013
as JSH might have informed you, accompanied by ever-changing "proofs" (this time, involving Banach spaces and Lie algebra) that he is correct and his usual conspiracy bla-bla.
Therefore, Rick, your disappointment may be premature.
> Regards, > > Rick >> >> 3. Not usually, but can't speak for the rest. >> >> >