[r-t] A Ringing Puzzle
andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com
Sat May 24 19:13:18 UTC 2014
> From: Roddy Horton <roddy at horton.karoo.co.uk>
> The fuss is all man, or should I say, committee made.
> I don't understand why we don't simply call a series of changes
> which, when repeated an undefined number of times, comes back into
> rounds as a
> If a method is false in its plain course so what? Who cares? 99.99%
> of those listening won't know.
Any sequence of changes 'repeated an undefined number of times'
will comes back into rounds so you might as well say:
'why we don't simply call a series of changes ... a method'?
Does it matter where it comes back into rounds - the first time
or the nth time?
I don't like the idea of false methods, but perhaps the proponents
would consider them like aerodynamically unstable aircraft;
probably an incompetent design crashing as soon as you take
your hands off the controls, but perhaps with the aid of computer
control offering more agility and higher performance.
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