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 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Richard Deeming16-May-23 22:52 Richard Deeming 16-May-23 22:52
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 3:18 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 3:18
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 4:07 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 4:07
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 6:22 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 6:22
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 6:35 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 6:35
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 6:44 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 6:44
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 6:54 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 6:54
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell18-May-23 5:57 jschell 18-May-23 5:57
 polcott wrote:that I must be wrong without looking at what I actually said If someone claims that they can prove the sum of angles is not 180 degrees then I am not going to look at what they said. If someone claims that they have a lossless compression method that can reduce anything down to a couple of bytes I am not going to look at what they said (I have actually seen a claim like that in a forum.) If someone claims that the world is flat I am not going to look at what they said (I have read articles refuting such claims.) I do not do that because I have taken the actual educational classes that demonstrate that those claims are false. I actually either did the proofs myself as part of class work or at least did a step by step analysis of the proofs and understood those proofs. So I do not need to attempt to validate claims by others that they are wrong. But I already pointed out that if you can prove your contention then write it up and submit it to a real scientific journal. I also pointed out that if you can do that then there will be significant benefits to you personally by doing so. So given that then why are you not busy writing up the article?
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell19-May-23 7:36 jschell 19-May-23 7:36
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell19-May-23 7:40 jschell 19-May-23 7:40
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Gerry Schmitz18-May-23 18:32 Gerry Schmitz 18-May-23 18:32
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Richard MacCutchan17-May-23 4:24 Richard MacCutchan 17-May-23 4:24
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Gerry Schmitz17-May-23 5:25 Gerry Schmitz 17-May-23 5:25
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 3:01 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 3:01
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Richard Deeming17-May-23 3:51 Richard Deeming 17-May-23 3:51
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 4:03 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 4:03
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Richard MacCutchan17-May-23 4:32 Richard MacCutchan 17-May-23 4:32
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? Dave Kreskowiak17-May-23 4:32 Dave Kreskowiak 17-May-23 4:32
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell17-May-23 7:04 jschell 17-May-23 7:04
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jeron117-May-23 4:35 jeron1 17-May-23 4:35
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell17-May-23 7:21 jschell 17-May-23 7:21
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell18-May-23 5:45 jschell 18-May-23 5:45
 Re: Does D correctly simulated by H terminate normally? jschell19-May-23 7:43 jschell 19-May-23 7:43
 Can D simulated by H terminate normally? polcott14-May-23 10:40 polcott 14-May-23 10:40
 Re: Can D simulated by H terminate normally? jschell15-May-23 4:54 jschell 15-May-23 4:54
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