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Posted by Tim on May 9, 2003 02:10:22 UTC

i appreciate your taking the time and effort to clarify these issues. i shall ponder it all carefully.
i won't just scan the results of your paper. even though i may have to just accept much of the correctness of the math (it has areas, especially in probablity and statistics that i'm not knowledgeable in) i shall try to follow it as best i can.
i am very interested in the preface and the first chapter, and want to fully understand your reasoning and definitions that lead you to the first equations expressed.
i must say that Yanniru's point about the Fisher's work and how others have used his work to derive some of the equations of physics is of interest with respect to your paper. that such derivations could be done has allways seemed logical too me in primative sort of way.

hey i'm having fun, tim

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