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How did ancient empires account for slow propagation of information e.g. in their legal codes?
Mathematician Alain Connes cites a French legal rule that explicitly accounts for propagation of information at finite speeds substantially below the speed of light: There was a legal rule ...
Oct 11 '13 at 9:57
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