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It would still be possible to get the ship of Theseus back, by gradually replacing the planks that used to constitute it (and now constitute the ship of Stathis) by new planks, setting aside the old planks, and reassembling the old planks once they have been completely replaced.
The difference between Instavest and some other quick release vests would be the use of this system not only in emergency situation but in normal situations because of the ease of reassembling and putting it back on.
The deal continues a reassembling of the Bell System that was foreshadowed by the overhaul of the nation's telecommunications laws in February and began in earnest earlier this month when SBC Communications and Pacific Telesis announced they would become the first of the seven Bell companies to join forces.