Re: Definitions

Ian Goddard (
Sun, 14 Jun 1998 23:39:45 -0400

At 10:06 PM 6/14/98 -0400, Michael Lorrey wrote:
>Here's something for you to disprove:
>A = not-A
>and, where the entire universe can be described as:
>A + not-A = Universe
>or, given the first Goddard Equation,
>2A = Universe
>If I regard A as an orange, and everything else as not-A, then the entire
>universe is comprised of two oranges....

IAN: The orange has two identifying attributes,
and internal area (A) and an external area (-A).
Eliminate either and you eliminate the orange.
This letter A has two identifying attributes,
its internal area and its external area.