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Why Don't You Defend Yourself?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 4, 2002 15:42:05 UTC

I have your paper in front of me. All my criticism of it stands. You pulled a switch on us from taking gradients of the values of your data points to taking gradients in space. That is not allowed in physics or math. You defined time but never defined space. I could go on and on, but why repeat myself if you will not defend your work.

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