===============================================

|*| ACADEMIC WARNING! |*|

|*| This post contains EXPLICIT THEORY! |*|

|*| and may involve any of the following: |*|

|*| offensive equations |*|

|*| difficult concepts |*|

|*| perplexing lattices |*|

|*| uncontrolled speculation |*|

|*| big words (possibly Latin or Greek) |*|

|*| MATHEMATICAL GUIDANCE SUGGESTED! |*|

===============================================

If we accept the following:

> any abstract system L of elements x, y, z, . . .

> having a reflexive, transitive, and antisymmetric

> relation that satisfies the following lattice

> condition: for any two elements x and y of L

> there is a least element including both

> x and y, denoted by x v y, and a greatest

> element included in both x and y, denoted

> by x ^ y.

Ha - just kidding. I'm worn out from a

weekend full of serious over-theorizing.

Time to rest.

Got an idea in my head to write a piece

contrasting charcoal-broiled-ness with

gas-fired-BBQ-ness. Hope the piano's

still a little hungry . . .

-monz

___________________________________________________________________

You don't need to buy Internet access to use free Internet e-mail.

Get completely free e-mail from Juno at http://www.juno.com/getjuno.html

or call Juno at (800) 654-JUNO [654-5866]