[r-t] A ringing puzzle
Earisp at rsc.org
Fri May 23 07:16:34 UTC 2014
To quote Don Morrison from his recent message to the change-ringers mailing list:
"Inspired by the upcoming Central Council meeting I've posted a little puzzle on my web site. I would be interested in others' views.
Don and others have made some sensible arguments in the RW in recent weeks. I'm not sure of the benefits of going over this well-trodden ground on here again. You can't argue with true believers (or ayatollahs).
Perhaps we can find a CC member to propose an amendment to call these dangerous assemblies of non-complaint changes "anti-method blocks" or maybe "satanic blocks" to liven up the old stiffs' debate a bit?
Personally, I'm finding the irony of the so-called "Methods Committee" trying to expand their jurisdiction by writing rules on "non-method" blocks rather delicious. It feels like we're not too far from the whole edifice collapsing under its own contradictions, disappearing in a puff of non-logic.
This communication (including any attachments) is intended for the use of the addressee only and may contain confidential, privileged or copyright material. It may not be relied upon or disclosed to any other person without the consent of the RSC. If you have received it in error, please contact us immediately. Any advice given by the RSC has been carefully formulated but is necessarily based on the information available, and the RSC cannot be held responsible for accuracy or completeness. In this respect, the RSC owes no duty of care and shall not be liable for any resulting damage or loss. The RSC acknowledges that a disclaimer cannot restrict liability at law for personal injury or death arising through a finding of negligence. The RSC does not warrant that its emails or attachments are Virus-free: Please rely on your own screening. The Royal Society of Chemistry is a charity, registered in England and Wales, number 207890 - Registered office: Thomas Graham House, Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge CB4 0WF
More information about the ringing-theory