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Would you rather do something with your life or spend all your time shitposting on notabug? (self.ask)

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[–]go2dfish+4 -0 points 3 months ago

Does building the shitposting platform count?

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thats called shitposting on notabug since all code is a submission directly to the notabug hive mind.

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Shitposting is doing something.

nobody on earth spends all their time on this site

i tried doing something with my life, i decided being a dick on the internet is more rewarding

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subspace of T has dimension at most the maximum m. The above corollary provides additional information on asymptotically flat subspaces and rank. We apply compactness and the above corollary to show that beyond asymptotic flats there is a negative upper bound for sectional curvature. Corollary 23. There exists a negative constant cg,n such that a subspace S of a tangent space of T with dimR S > dimC T contains a section with sectional curvature at most cg,n. Proof. Consider a tangent subspace S to T and write msc(S) for the minimal sectional curvature for sections of S. For the set {S} of all tangent subspaces to T of a given dimension, let c = sup{S} msc(S) be the supremum of minimal sectional curvatures. The supremum is finite and non positive since the sectional curvatures of T are negative. We consider that c is zero. Choose a sequence Sn of tangent subspaces with msc(Sn) tending to zero. We note that the mapping class group Mod acts by isometries, the quotient T /Mod is compact and the germs V provide an extension of the tangent bundle over T . We can select a subsequence (same notation) of tangent subspaces and elements γn ∈ Mod such that γnSn converges to S ′ , a subspace of a fiber of the extension V. The sectional curvatures of S ′ are zero. Corollary 22 provides that dimR S ′ ≤ dimC T . The desired conclusion is the contrapositive ricci-flow 1 point · 1 day ago PURE%&J.CURVE%$=&

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