Joined: Dec. 2006
More silliness from Joe (addressing Zachriel):
Also you are having an issue defining your alleged nested hierarchy, ie the superset.
Joe apparently thinks that the term superset means something like an entire hierarchy, the union of all sets. Or somethin'. (The use of a definite article is a give-away.)
That's actually wrong. Every set within a hierarchy is also a superset – with respect to its subsets. There is no such thing as the superset in a hierarchy.
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