(urth) 5HC : Strong men weep and women faint.
marudubshinki at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 19:21:00 PST 2005
In a moebius loop, you must go through 720 degrees to return from
whence uou began, because one loop is 360 degrees, and you are flipped
on the first loop, it takes a second. So the last degree is located
precisely 719 degrees from the begining degree. There is a fake
ending, when you reach 359 degrees, a tonic which fools you perhaps
but doesn't return you to the key you began in (read 'Godel Escher
Bach:...' if that makes no sense to you.). What makes you so sure you
found the home key, the skeleton key, teh real solution?
No luck with Gmail still eh? that stinks.
On Thu, 3 Feb 2005 03:09:24 +0000 (GMT), Jim Raylor
<rjraylor at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> A detective novel in which the first few pages have
> been removed by a sharp edge?
> No you are holding it upside down.
> When GW wrote 5HC he got around the usual problem with
> Once you reach the final pages you know what happened
> and (if it is good) you will never re-read it again
> without knowing the ending.
> But what is the last page in a novel shaped like a
> moebius band?
> You find it by a process of eliminaton and relaxation.
> I don't want to spoil it for others.
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