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Narrator: And then there were my father and mother. Two people who could 
find an argument in any subject.
Father: Wait a minute. Are you telling me you think the Atlantic is a 
greater ocean than the Pacific?
Mother: No, have it your way. The Pacific is greater.
Narrator: I mean, how many people fight over oceans?



> Bullard, Claude L (Len) wrote:
>> When selecting a language, how does one know when it has the 'least 
>> power'?
>> o  Is Assembler less or more powerful than C?
>> o  Is C less or more powerful than C++?
>> o  Is Lisp less or more powerful than Prolog?
>> o  Is RDF less or more powerful than Conceptual Graphs?
>> o  Are Conceptual Graphs more or less powerful than Topic Maps?
>> o  Are DTDs less or more powerful than Schematron?
>> A principle or axiom is of no value without the rules for applying it.
>> len


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