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mgr Donating Member (616 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jun-30-05 01:36 PM
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26. Poor deflection.
Edited on Thu Jun-30-05 01:37 PM by mgr
Hi Bishop Ussher:

In other words, you cannot defend that decision? People, myself included, have been trying to hammer home to you that your MoE is incorrect, and present<s> to<o> narrow a range. Several method for appropriate calculation have been provided, but you reject these without argument.

Why is it that Simon, the original professor of the red shift argument accepts this modification to MoE, but you do not? I mean all that you did was take Simon's work with the battleground states, and apply it wholesale to all the states. So what makes it that you differ with him as to how MoE is to be applied? This question has been put to you since December, and you have yet to answer it in any manner other than ad hominen arguments.


<edited to correct spelling and tense,--lazy fingers>
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