[FOM] question about the complexity of a sentence
Jim Scow
arisbe1914 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 21 13:46:44 EDT 2010
Have you tried...
http://www.vegguide.org/region/91/map/veg_level=2
--- On Sun, 6/20/10, Rupert McCallum <Rupert.McCallum at acu.edu.au> wrote:
> From: Rupert McCallum <Rupert.McCallum at acu.edu.au>
> Subject: [FOM] question about the complexity of a sentence
> To: "fom at cs.nyu.edu" <fom at cs.nyu.edu>
> Date: Sunday, June 20, 2010, 8:39 PM
> In his thesis "The Search for New
> Axioms" Peter Koellner asserts that the following statement
>
> SPHERE. One cannot take a sphere apart into finitely many
> boldface Sigma^1_2 pieces, and rearrange them using rigid
> motons to form a sphere twice the size of the original
>
> is a Sigma^1_3 sentence. I am having trouble seeing this.
> Can anyone explain to me why it is so?
>
> Dr Rupert McCallum
> Lecturer in Mathematics
> (02) 9701 4050
>
>
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