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  • denise
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    I'm keeping out of this one. Snakes and ladders is more my thing

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  • Graham
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    Originally posted by Doug Carpenter View Post
    Heisenberg was probably right!

    Doug
    Indeed Doug. Just as the bishop sees its his turn to cross, it becomes the other bishop's turn.

    Of course, no offence taken Bowler.

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  • Doug Carpenter
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    Heisenberg was probably right!

    Doug

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  • Bowler
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    Just my attempt at humour. No offence meant. Good luck with your research.

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  • Graham
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    It is a serious question that exposes that even perfect constructs like mathematics are inherently flawed.

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  • Bowler
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    Really good question. I’ll let you know my answer just as soon as I’ve worked out how long a piece of string is 😜

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  • Stephen Hawking Page - Quantum Mechanics on a Perfect Mathematical Chessboard

    Do the black bishops remain on the chessboard or do the white?
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