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Posted by GwynJ on February 3, 2001 01:05:59 UTC

i just don't agree that everything can be described and limited by math. i think math serves to help describe the otherwise ethereal/surreal/not-quite-yet defined as much as possible. but not all things fall into that category, alas. life would probably be a lot simpler and easier if it could. but we are also allowed to disagree, you and i. and i don't think there's a mathematical formula i could ever devise that could 'prove' that. :)

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