[Beowulf] OS for 64 bit AMD
rbw at ahpcrc.org
Wed Apr 6 10:37:55 EDT 2005
Joe Landman wrote:
> Richard Walsh wrote:
>> We simply come to rest on a idea so that we can proceed to
>> etc. ... but we must always be aware of the potential for
>> overreaching. Perhaps the
>> most basic axiom is that of the notion of identity (one cannot count
>> without it), but
>> we all know that in fact no two things are identical.
> Do we really? I expect an electron looks like every other electron
> (but never having seen one, this is of course a guess). A foundation
> of our observational sciences include being able to discern between
> different and identical things.
They are spatially distinct. Perfect identities always reduce to
singularities--the universe is singular until
we chose to divide it (and make it countable). The
distinction/difference in this case is slight indeed, and
there is much that can be done with their assumed indentity without
But back to ... clusters ... please ...
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