On 12/5/2012 8:17 PM, Richard Ruquist wrote:
I thought we had already agreed that the string monads formed a Stone space in which the monads were totally distinctive.and therefore disconnected. It then becomes a Boolean algebra but at a vastly smaller scale than the atomic scale.
There is a key difference: Strings require a background space to be embedded in, Monads do not. A Stone space does not have an embedding space, but it does have a set complement.
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