Comment 38425

By kevlahan (registered) | Posted February 24, 2010 at 09:32:17

Smith,

I already explained that your "dilution" argument is based on an elementary mathematical error. I assumed you would immediately recognize this, and admit your mistake. Instead, you continue to play around with the figures, even after demonstrating you have no understanding of the most basic aspects of mathematics or statistical analysis.

The only reason I am replying is that I don't want our readers to be left with the impression that there is any merit whatsoever in your "dilution" argument. It is simply wrong, in the same way that saying a+b=1 implies a=b=1/2 is wrong.

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