Friday, March 03, 2006

iPod iChing - Simply Connected

Yay, it is friday and all is well.

So we cheerfully approach the Mighty iPod, start tackling The List...

So, Mighty iPod Dude: Is the Universe Simply Connected? Looking at the global topology and ignoring any sparse local holes...

Whoosh goes the Randomizer.

#11 is It's For You - Melissa Etheridge; #12 is Willow, Weep For Me - Billie Holliday

Well, the Covering is surreal enough, and the Crossing suggests a Famous Brit who has addressed this issue may need to be dealt with...
The Crown tells us the question is timely - WMAP 3yr data?
The Root just Rocks.

So, what of The Future - kind content free, unless I'm missing some subtext?
Unless you combine it with The House - people will decide this one on emotion?

The iPod still loves his Questioner, ah...
But I fear this will cause separatism per The Inside?

The Outcome mystifies me, upbeat and nice, but means nothing?

As always, the Key as explained by Sean


Blogger EliRabett said...

Fankly, I prefer iNK.

5:33 PM  
Blogger William M. Connolley said...

Love Will Tear Us Apart is clearly a reference to holes or gaps, so the answer is No.

5:43 PM  
Blogger Steinn said...

Well, but it is in The House field, which would suggest it will tear the community of physicists apart, not Space Itself.
Although it does imply dynamicism, so we should go with not just non-trivial topology but dynamically changing topology (which TdtUJ by Billy suggests anyway).
"course I was really after the Global Topology and it is the local topology that is most likely to be dynamic... or is it?

5:15 PM  

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