Sat, 20 Nov 1999 11:24:56 -0800
Stephen Paul King wrote:
> "...the whole phenomenon of 'consecutio temporum' seems to require a
> constant adjustment of perspective: one moves from context to context
> when evaluating the sentence."
"Context shifts" can happen in a spectral distribution.
Here's Robert's spectrum. Note that it contains crossposted
articles, which overlap newsgroups.
This is a non-orthgonality in the spectrum from an aliasing.
I imagine what would happen if you Fourier transformed this
distribution back into Robert's time-like function:
What are the corresponding physical analogs here ?
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