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Topic: WM's Matheology S 030
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Re: WM's Matheology S 030
Posted: Jul 3, 2012 4:24 PM
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WM <> wrote:

> On 3 Jul., 13:38, "Jesse F. Hughes" <> wrote:
> > WM <> writes:
> > > Do you know some logic? Please apply it.
> > > If all a in A also are b in B, then it is not excluded that also a c
> > > in C that is not in A nevertheless is a b in B.

> >
> > Wow. When you talk logic, you sound so darned smart!

> That's why I did it! But excuse me, I'm in a hurry. In 10 minutes the
> last lesson of this semester starts, where I usually introduce the
> Binary Tree and, today for the first time, the unit ring with sliding
> points.

So WM plans to corrupt the innocents under his care, the intellectual
equivalent of priestly pederasty.

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