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Least supports and non-interpretability

In this post, we give a proof that (\str Q,\le) does not interpret (without parameters) in the homogeneous poset P nor in the random graph R. The idea is to first show that every continuous action of \aut P  or \aut R on a set is faithful or trivial. We show this by using the fact that P and R have least supports. Since \aut P and \aut R have an automorphism of order two and \aut {\str Q,\le} does not, this proves that there is no nontrivial continuous action of \aut P nor \aut R on \str Q.

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