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Yanniru Doesn't Even Require Spelling???

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Posted by Box Holder on March 20, 2002 01:34:32 UTC

Mrt. Yanniru wrote:
"Stafford requires descreteness???
This is news to me. If so, then it would seem that his analysis would not apply to wave functions or fields which are continuous objects that each fill the entire universe at some minute intensity. That is then inconsistent with much of your discussion"

OkayMr. Yanniru claims that "each wave function or field" operates right through even the plasma in a star or right through a black hole and goes on to "fill the entire universe."

In fact, he knows this because he has proven it.
Truly this man is pulling rank on us.

As evidenced in a recent discussion, his standard of proof is that it must have been asserted as recently as 500 years ago by a Spanish priest.
For him, this withstood any evidence to the contrary in a matter where the question was guilt or innocence in a case of mass murder. He convicted Europeans on this evidence, without even refuting the evidence against the charges he had levied.

Truly this man is, if not a stranger to reason,
certainly not one to frequent the same clubs.

Thank you.

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