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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 28, 2003 08:39:49 UTC

@ wrote:
"In order to get distribution curves of particle migration time from the sun's interior to its surface, we would need instruments on the sun."

In order to announce findings on this topic, we need measurements. In order for those findings to be a serious treatment of the matter, they have to describe the matter in quantitative terms. One of the key questions about this topic is the range of time intervals. If you don't have this information, it seems like you are a liar if you announce findings as if you do have this information. And that only confirms a pattern. @ is a liar.

@ wrote:
"The fact that you asked for data distribution curves indicates that you are not thinking very deeply. Is it a lack of time? I really expected more scientific sophistication from you."

Please clean up your mess as you leave.



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