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Re: And then there were two

  • From: Eric Gauthier
  • Date: Wed Jun 06 23:15:28 2001

On Wed, Jun 06, 2001 at 11:10:47AM -0500, Larry Sheldon wrote:
> I am not a quantum physist (among many things I am not) but it would seem
> that two is too many--the likelyhood that they would always be exactly equal
> is vanishingly small (Heisingberg might insist it is impossible in principle)
> and as soon as the become unequal one (both?) disappear.

Ok, can someone tell me if I've fully understood this thread on peering agreements?

  ALL ANIMALS ARE EQUAL
  BUT SOME ANIMALS ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS 

Um, I mean ...  s/ANIMALS/PROVIDERS

Eric :)




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