On Friday, July 13, 2012 3:38:25 PM UTC-4, John K Clark wrote:
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> On Fri, Jul 13, 2012  Craig Weinberg wrote:
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> The difference between names and numbers is that numbers can only be 
>> augmented in a linear fashion
>>
>
> For all numbers x in set X let x=x^2 
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>   John K Clark
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>
That doesn't augment the variety of number types in set X, it just states 
that there should be more of the same number types. Saying 'let the size of 
Dictionary X = (the size of Dictionary X ^ 2)' does not create any new 
words in the dictionary.

Craig

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