Which adverb best translates the
Latin ubi as in the word
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In Latin ubi means "where"; thus your
whereness (i.e., the fact that you are in a definite place) is
your ubiety and the state of being everywhere at once is called ubiquity. Note
that on the Internet, the unit of ubiety is the URL because it denotes a
precise location in that namespace.
more on ubi, here's a neat article about the Mathematical
Art of George W. Hart from Ubiquity the The
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