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This Level Of Weak Argument I'd Not Expect Even From You.

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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 20, 2002 15:40:16 UTC

You cannot understand your own limitations -- that much is clear, and again I feel like giving up hope (and probably will for awhile, again).

You have imagined a necessarily imaginary polyhedron, yet you criticize the solution's non-imaginary polyhedron?! Very weak indeed. You seem quite desperate right now; perhaps you need a dog? :)

I realize you're fizzing back into the philosophical battle of definitions, but the fact remains -- your thinking is not logical. You have confused human bias for something that overrides mathematical fact. This is what I've been saying all along.

Lunch time!

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