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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 1, 2001 01:24:05 UTC

Rather arroganr statement. You have yet to address what I am referring to in your argument. But that is OK with me.I do not want to ruin your life's work.

I do not propose to develop a completely general model. But you do. So you have to defend your statements. So far you have avoided any kind of defense of what I am talking about, specifically the symmetry assumptions in your model. Nothing in general is symmetrical and you cannot claim to have a general model if you make assumptions about symmetry.

But let's end this. Write another post where you berate my abilities and I'll just ignore it. Agreed. It's a waste of my time.

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