". . . multiple independent methods . . ." is no guarantee that accuracy is achieved, especially if the "multiple independent methods" are all erroneous.
posted on 04/24/2002 7:58:10 PM PDT
Let's see a little meat with your "if's".
posted on 04/24/2002 7:59:28 PM PDT
.....especially if the "multiple independent methods" are all erroneous.
I eagerly await your post of the errors in the multiple independent methodologies. Please include the evidence to back up your assertion that they are erroneous.
Please also provide your analysis that explains how ALL the errors of the independent methodologies ALL produce virtually indentical results.
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