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The Tree of Knowledge and Tarski's Paradox

Stealing the Fruit without Getting Caught

Suppose that the fruit of knowledge fits into a sphere, and so is it possible to cut the fruit, at least conceivably, into a number of pieces, so that reassembling later leads to a pair of fruit like the first?  If Tarski's paradox be true, then Adam and Eve would lie to say that  in the garden of Eden, there would seem no fewer fruits, regardless of work in consuming such.

The Sure Thing

Confidance Interval Measure Theory

Interdisciplinary Philomath
 Affinity Matrix mathematics (Statistics) philosophy (Althusser)
 Part A interpolation interpellation
 Part B regression repression


Book of Job, Projected
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