>> I am in a good mood and a bit picky :-) Do you know how many entries
>> google gave me upon entering
>> Theaetetical -marchal -bruno
>
>
> Well 144?
>
> Good way to find my papers on that. The pages refer quickly to this
> list or the FOR list.

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I am sorry for the delay, I've just got back from my vacation.
Hmm. The above written search should not return any references to your
papers/letters as the minus sign in front of your name asks for an
exclusion.
Given that it works as supposed google then gives only 1 hit in my
location (Sweden). That hit is a translation of the word "Theaetetical"
into some eastern characters. Thus, I end up with zero meaningful hits
and a feeling that you might be the only one using this word.
That makes me insists a little bit more (in a very polite way) that,
occasionally, your work is
"difficult to read unless one is willing to undertake long
discussions, clarifications and position adjustments."
I am writing this in a reference to your complains that sometimes you
have troubles to get enough relevant feedback to your work.
> I let those interested to meditate on two questions (N is {0, 1, 2, 3,
> 4, ...}):
>
> 1) What is common between the set of all subsets of a set with n
> elements, and the set of all finite sequences of "0" and "1" of length
> n.
> 2) What is common between the set of all subsets of N, and the set of
> all infinite sequences of "0" and "1".
>
> Just some (finite and infinite) bread for surviving the day :)
I am going to catch up with the thread ...
Cheers,
mirek
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