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Dec
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comment Flux through a Mobius strip
do you know the experimental setting flair.monash.edu.au/publications/pdfs/BBVIV5_Leweke_etal.pdf ?
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comment Seifert fiberable manifolds with several Seifert fiberings
did you tried to see their fundamental groups?
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comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
is it unique $Q$ among the orbifolds that contain a single reflector circle, but $\partial Q$ connected?
Jan
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comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
is your $Q=(S^1\times [-1,1])/\sim_{\rm ref}$ the möbius strip?.. is $\partial Q$ a circle right??
Jan
17
comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
ok thanks again @Neil, I'm going re-check
Jan
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comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
For an annulus where only one of the two boundary circles is a reflector one is the same to $M\ddot{o}/\sim$. Here we have $M\ddot{o}/\sim$ where $(p,t)\sim(p,-t)$ for $0\le t\le 1$ over the Möbius strip $M\ddot{o}$... So, is the same fate?
Jan
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comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
where reflector circle is taken à la Scott, in "Geometries of 3-manifolds"
Jan
14
comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
what about in the presence of reflector arcs and reflector circles? and say: $N=0$ and $M=0$
Jan
13
comment orbifold covering
what if instead of cones, are there reflector circles?
Jan
13
comment Branched coverings over orbifolds with reflector lines
for "street babbling" I was referring to the style there on the Greg's link... but now i understand over this two word the meaning that your culture carries... excuse my clumsy english and for being to rude