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Topic: Surface geodesics
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€XPOSITO

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Registered: 1/19/14
Re: Surface geodesics
Posted: Jan 20, 2014 1:17 AM
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You guys are so witty.


On 20/01/2014 06:11, Ross A. Finlayson wrote:
> On 1/19/2014 5:31 PM, William Elliot wrote:
>> On Sun, 19 Jan 2014, ~@XPOSITO wrote:
>>

>>> Let M be a regular affine-connected surface for which the following holds:
>>>
>>> "For every geodesic curve gamma in M, gamma is contained in a plane"
>>>
>>> Can M be said not to be contained in a sphere or a plane?

>>
>> No. Don't double negatives not leave you untied in knots?
>>

>
>
>
> Hmm, here from "untied, in knots", it is that tying the knot
> and untying the knot do not start the same ways, with all
> knots setting from the load line or knot tie line. This is
> with knots starting with loops.
>
> The not and un-, here, the un- is already defined, beyond that
> "double negatives" cancel that it's _what_ they cancel, these
> are obviously such basic facts of the very meaning of things.
> Then, with asking politely in the negative, really it demands
> asking back what of it.
>
> M is a plane.
>




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