Who invented number 12 ?

From: Pascal Jouxtel (pascal@contagions.com)
Date: Sun Jul 29 2001 - 12:10:06 BST

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    Another koan in the manner of TJ Olney, for your holidays :

    Who invented number twelve ?
    Man or Carbon ?

    'tools' is another word for 'next step in evolution'.

    A bientot sur / see you soon on
    Tell your friends / parlez-en vos amis

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