Discussion in 'Royal Signals' started by msr, Sep 27, 2006.
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In mathematics, the Hopf bundle (or Hopf fibration), named after Heinz Hopf, is an important example of a fiber bundle.
No, sorry, just ran that through the google translation site and it still doesn't make any sense to me
"Fiber bundle" is that just a posh name for a bag of rags from the SQMS?
It's like one of those wire wool things you use for scrubbing rust off stuff.
I think the clue lies in this line:
Clearly the fiber of a point is S1, and it is easy to show that local triviality holds
I did it!
I can, but I'm not going to tell you.
Who fecking cares?
What were doing searching for it in the first place you pervert!
But what does it mean?? Implied Tasks??
No you didnt.
Actually that should be z3 and z4.
I can explain that it looks like the plug hole in your Grandmother's bath tub...
Didn't the Luftwaffe drop them as cluster munitions over Stalingrad? get one of those in your Kasha and you'd know it...
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