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Not If, As You Say, The Idea Of "subsumed Systems" Is Important

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 22, 2004 18:01:04 UTC

Yanniru wrote:
"The idea of subsumed systems of mathematics is important to understand the supernatural mechanism that comes out of this thinking."

I see this mode of thinking in the etiquette and protocol of our conversations, whereby Yanniru rejected me and my communications without giving a good logical set of reasons why.

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