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Could You Elaborate On The Paragraph Below?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 1, 2002 22:46:32 UTC

Paul,

From your post:

**At some point, the former Peano Axioms are derived from Axiomatic Set Theory and that forms a
major branch of mathematics by introducing the concept of numbers, which leads to the major branch of Analysis. Incidentally it is on this branch where we find Dick's extension to the tree. The branch of Geometry also takes off somewhere near this vicinity. **

In particular, could you indicate what extra axioms are used in Dick's theory that are not already in the Peano Axioms. I am especially interested in how you characterize the shift symmetry used in Dick's analysis.

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