[email protected] wrote:|
Pat, were we playing chess ? I didn't know that.... in any case I can
concede you not just one, nor two parsecs
I think you now have me in a "Mate" situation and my only
defensive ploy is to try to influence the character of your theologian
of choice. He will of necessity be either a "believer", a "denier" or a
"doubter". Either way, I need time to figure out which one will benefit
my case. May I be allowed a parsec or two for my next move please? :)
but a countably infinite number of them. But don't forget that, being
the eternity, our ultimate destiny, a
linear continuum, if you compute (aleph-nought / aleph-one) the result
is zero..... :-) (if Cantor was right)
But you are certainly right, let's put these arguments to a rest, as
this is, after all, an LF discussion group !
73 Alberto I2PHD
P.S. Isn't the parsec a measure of space and not of time ?