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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 20, 2002 13:40:09 UTC

I finally started reading your paper. The math is beyond me for now. I'm reading it like a novel.

Two questions so far:

1. You say that you can add any constant to the data. But if I think of some typical examples of data, like temperature or mass or charge, you cannot add a constant to them without changing the universe as scientists seem to think. Does this possibly constrain your theory to data that can have both plus and minus values?

2. Early in your analysis you use a series of constraints and approximations, but at the end of the chapter you say your theory has no constraints. Have I missed something?

The use of the exponential to express many quantities seems fundamental to your results. When I stop reading and get down to thinking that is the first aspect I want to understand the significance of.



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