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Could there be an "arctic geometry" by raising the rank of all operations?
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Thanks Keith! I guessed it would have something to do with e, but I couldn't figure out exactly what. And yeah, I don't expect there to be much which can be said about this topic - I was just putting the idea out there. Smile
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RE: Could there be an "arctic geometry" by raising the rank of all operations? - by Syzithryx - 07/24/2019, 05:59 PM

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