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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 15, 2003 20:54:06 UTC

Harv wrote:
Mike I didn't get that from his text anywhere.
What are you referring to?

Harv, please spell out your question precisely
so that I may answer it precisely.

for starters...."his text" said, in part,
"I am at most an applied mathematician... I think that math is remarkable, but suspect that most of the godhead is subject to math, rather than the creator of math."

Along with all else "his text" has contained,
this clearly seems to put the mathematician
at least at his God's level.

Are you saying this does not even sound like what he was saying? If so, you sure give "his text" the benefit of the doubt with a big capital "B"

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