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Topic: Re: All mathematics (in the universe) is just increase or
decrease...

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Joe Niederberger

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Re: All mathematics (in the universe) is just increase or
decrease...

Posted: Aug 29, 2013 11:03 AM
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J Crabtree says:
>Jonathan has two apples.
One apple is taken away.
Jonathan has one apple in his room.
Jonathan's number of apples has decreased.
No negative apples have entered the room.
No physical matter has been added, just subtracted.

OK - an anti-matter-apple enters, mass destruction ensues. What now?

(Jonathan's mother sues the school district, for starters...)

Cheers,
Joe N



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