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Dr Dick Got The Correct Solution

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 10, 2002 13:16:19 UTC

but for the wrong reasons. I pointed out the correct solution available in the literature. Statistical probability theory including unknown data, which is the basic problem in taking polls like the Gallop poll from small samples, were used to derive Schroedinger's equation. But inn the literature it was done using math correctly.

I never said that Dick's results were incorrect. I just said his use of the delta function made his math incorrect. I learned about delta functions in college, and used them throughout my PhD program in physics at Harvrd and later when I worked at MIT on the Star Wars missile defense system.

I do not think I am the one lacking understanding. Actually I do not thik Dick is either. He just hates to admit making a mistake. Either that or he is just plain stupid. But I think not.

Regards,

Richard

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