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Posted by Harvey on July 27, 2003 16:50:52 UTC


You present a ridiculous problem and then attempt to discredit me by implying the ridiculous problem is something I am proposing. I am discussing the abstract issue of problem solving itself. The fact that the set of "all problems", in order to be complete, includes ridiculous problems has utterly nothing to do with my presentation.

Dick, I realize that I gave you a ridiculous situation (spiritual data and evil data), I think we both knew that when I introduced it. The reason I did that is not to distract from the serious solution that you are trying offer, rather it is to see how you respond to the ridiculous situation in a manner that doesn't do irreputable damage to your approach.

So, can you please answer all the issues raised in my last post in a serious manner? This is a polite request. If you cannot, then lower your ego and say that you can't do it. If you prefer to respond with another logical fallacy (e.g., ad hominem) then that's your deal.

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