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Not Totally Undefined

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on April 26, 2001 00:02:27 UTC

You limit your set of data to data that is rotationally symmetric and shift symmetric.You state that very early in your developent. So your data is not totally undefined. It has constraints. But you want to believe that it does not have constraints. That is your privelege. But you certainly have not convinced me. Nowhere in the above post do you discuss the fact that you used shift symmetry or rotational symmetry. You assimed some basic symmetries and correct physics flowed out of it. Well, that has been know from a long time. That physics comes from symmetries.

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