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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on January 8, 2005 21:35:14 UTC

Just where did you pick up this off the wall idea that PSI is the same for all explanations? Either the whole thing just went over your head or you are manufacturing reasons to not think about what I am saying.

My model of an explanation consists of a set of labels and an algorithm to provide expectations.

Every explanation fits that model -- it has a list of relevent elements which are labeled in some way and it has a defined procedure for determining expectations. Nowhere in that model is it suggested that all explanations even have the same relevent elements, much less the same labels or the same methods of obtaining expectations!

It is my opinion that you are grabing at illogical missrepresentations of the issues in order to maintain a personal sense of self respect while you avoid thinking about what I am saying!

You sound more like Harv with ervery post!

Have fun -- Dick

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