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Milan kundera: an indictment against lightness

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1This is of course false. One such proof is the following: put three wheels side by side on the same axis and draw a straight line across them (consider this to be the starting point). Then, rotate the first wheel at speed 1/X, the second wheel at 1/2X, and third at 1/Pi. The lines will never line up again (Kaufmann 327).

2 Interview with Dr. Marketa Goetz-Stankiewicz, May 02, 1997 on file.
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