From: hippo on 29 Jun 2010 09:31
> On 29/06/2010 4:09 PM, Brad wrote:
> > "atec7 7"<""atec77\"@ hotmail.com"> wrote in message
> > news:i0broa$ogq$2(a)news.eternal-september.org...
> > : hippo wrote:
> > :> Brad wrote:
> > :>>
> > :>>
> > :
> > :> So *that's* what it is.... "Yeah mate, your car's overheating because
> > :> there's chewing gum in the radiator; but the exhaust smells fresh!"
> > :>
> > : Speaking of over-heating
> > :
> > : Looking at the external weather station last night here in Brisbane the
> > : temp dropped to 4 Deg C and at 2 pm currently is 14.8 C
> > :
> > :
> > : no wonder the dogs wanna come in
> > : I gather last night in Ipswich the temp was very sub zero
> > Had the lowest max of the year here this week, 28C. Bitterly cold and many
> > locals were wearing jackets. Min about 20.
> Currently at 8:49 pm the back porh meter shows 9C and falling
> Dogs are not happy :)
7 here at 23:00 and heading lower. Doona beckons :)
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From: |-|ercules on 29 Jun 2010 20:03
Instead of $600 for a new radiator, does KMart or Autobarn etc have that
No More Leaks.
Can't you just pour some goo in the radiator and it gaps the leak.
Or a silicon water proofing spray underneath?
From: Fraser Johnston on 29 Jun 2010 23:38
"John McKenzie" <jmac_melbourne(a)bigpond.com> wrote in message
> John_H wrote:
>> Nah, there's a much easier way... a saucer of ethylene glycol brings
>> 'em running. Beats the old tin of sardines on the tankstand trick
>> hands down. :)
> I've not tried it but apparently it's very sweet tasting hence the
> propensity for killing stuff - they 'want' to drink it.
> Of trivial interest I've read on a medical based forum (the thread was
> somewhat of an internet meme at one stage) on a thread about 'weirdest
> emergency room admissions' - well apart from the 'really' crazy ones,
> were blokes who had variously come in having attempted suicide by
> drinking coolant, but strangely, esp given the amount and time lapse
> since they drank it, were presenting zero symptoms. In each of the
> cases, they had drank a shitload of alcohol to both work up the courage
> and alleviate any possible pain of the method of suicide. Turns out
> ethanol, in considerable dosages is the 'anti-dote' - i.e. it is a
> competitive antagonist or something - it will bind to the receptor or
> chemical that ethylene glycol otherwise would, and prevents it from thus
> doing harm..
Yep. Best cure for coolant is a bottle of vodka.
From: Toby on 30 Jun 2010 08:18
On Wed, 30 Jun 2010 22:14:08 +1000, |-|ercules wrote:
> phi( < 2 3 4...> ) & An (phi ( <[1 2 ... n] n+1 n+2 ...>) -> phi( <[1 2 ... n n+1] n+2 n+3 ...> ))
> phi( <[1 2 3 4...]> )
I take it that the above is all your own work?
From: |-|ercules on 30 Jun 2010 08:44
"Toby" <me(a)privacy.net> wrote
> On Wed, 30 Jun 2010 22:14:08 +1000, |-|ercules wrote:
>> phi( < 2 3 4...> ) & An (phi ( <[1 2 ... n] n+1 n+2 ...>) -> phi( <[1 2 ... n n+1] n+2 n+3 ...> ))
>> phi( <[1 2 3 4...]> )
> I take it that the above is all your own work?
Search google groups for 'induction schema' and Herc is the first result!
Sylvia prodded me for a few days into actually making a proof. Applying the schema to finite prefixes
of computable reals is my work, which should establish the downfall of multiple or transfinite infinities.