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On The Theorem Idea!

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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on August 31, 2002 22:31:45 UTC

Hi Paul,

Ok, you are the mathematician! If you say there is a theorem embedded in my work then I will take your word for it. Since the only original mathematical relation I present is the fact that a sum over Dirac's delta functions of differences can be used together with invented data to constrain any given data to the values desired: i.e., that the rule F=0 is capable of expressing any rules on the knowable data desired, that must be the essence of the theorem.

The rest of the paper is essentially about possible application of the theorem.

I am wondering what your reaction to that is!

Have fun -- Dick

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