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Page creatorSteelviper (talk | contribs)
Date of page creation20:28, 18 April 2006
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Midway through the teaser of this podcast he mentions that the Raptors "could get back to Caprica in just a few (discrete/discreet) jumps". So which do you think it is? Discrete (as in the math concept of separate/countable), or discreet (in the cautious, discerning concept). Either would be describing the jumps, and both seem applicable to the situation. My CS background pointed me to the math meaning, but on pondering I realized that the number of jumps to reach a place should ALWAYS be discrete, but might not necessarily be discreet. So I thought I'd get a second (or third, fourth, etc.) opinion on which way to go on this one. Any insight (discreet, discrete, or otherwise) would be appreciated. --Steelviper 15:28, 18 April 2006 (CDT)
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