We consider Bernoulli distribution algebras, i.e. sets of distributions that are closed under transformations achieved by substituting independent random variables for arguments of Boolean functions from a given system. We establish that, unless the transforming set contains only essentially unary functions, the set of algebra limit points is either empty, single-element or no less than countable.
We prove that a foliation (M;F) of codimension q on a ndimensional pseudo-Riemannian manifold is pseudo-Riemannian if and only if any geodesic that is orthogonal at one point to a leaf is orthogonal to every leaf it intersects.
We show that on the graph G = G(F) of a pseudo-Riemannian foliation there exists a unique pseudo-Riemannian metric such that canonical projections are pseudo-Riemannian submersions and the fibers of different projections are orthogonal at common points. Relatively this metric the induced foliation (G;F) on the graph is pseudo-Riemannian and the structure of the leaves of (G;F) is described. Special attention is given to the structure of graphs of transversally (geodesically) complete pseudo-Riemannian foliations which are totally geodesic pseudo-Riemannian ones.