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One easily checks that Condition (i) is satisﬁed. 3 of [F2]. The elements of H 1 (Q, E)[α∗ ] are given by the curves mx3 + m2 y 3 + 473z 3 = 0 with m a cube-free integer. The curve C corresponds to m = 11. It has been known for some time [Se] that C has points everywhere locally but not globally. This gives Condition (iii). ) Let D be the elliptic curve u3 +v 3 +w3 = 0, with (1 : −1 : 0) as the origin. The group subscheme of D generated by (1 : −ζ : 0) is isomorphic to µ3 . The translation by this element is (u, v, w) → (u : ζv : ζ 2 w).