>On Oct 30, 12:55=A0pm, mstem...@walkabout.empros.com (Michael Stemper) wrote:
>> In article <b7184f30-946d-46ae-a21d-4da86b474...@v9g2000yql.googlegroups.com>, Butch Malahide <fred.gal...@gmail.com> writes:
>> >On Oct 30, 8:09=3DA0am, mstem...@walkabout.empros.com (Michael Stemper) wrote:
>> >> >I didn't know it was that common. I guess Sturgeon's "Unite and
>> >> >Conquer" is one of them.
>> >> With the proviso that the "group of scientists" was very small. In fact,
>> >> if was any smaller it couldn't be a group, due to the lack of identity.
>> >ObMath: E. S. Rapaport, "Groups of Order 1", Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 15
>> >(1964), 828-833.
>> Group*s*? Plural?
>Oh, there are lots of one-element groups. Of course they are all
>isomorphic, but it isn't always easy to tell if two given groups are
And, if I understood the parts of that paper that I think I did, it's
about doing just that. Right?
-- Michael F. Stemper
Life's too important to take seriously.
- hi; in article,
ge...@ocis.net "Gene Wirchenko" mispoke:
>LOTR had some conspiracies, too. For example: Saruman sent Wormtongue
>to Rohan to make them less effective.
- with whom did saruman conspire to place grima wormtongue at
theoden's elbow, whispering his poisonous words into his ear?
>Then, there were Saruman's activities in the Shire.
- again, it's not obvious that saruman conspired with anyone,
to send his ruffians into the shire; it's _possible_ that
lotho shared in planning the undermining of the established
(and possibly self-satisfied) traditional organisation of the
shire, the posthumous picture presents us with is far closer
to the pimple having been an easy mark for saruman's flattery
& silken voice; a dupe with delusions of command & competence.
- love, a ppint. as disbelieves in conspiracies of one.
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