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10-04-2005 12:34 AM


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Message 16 of 200 (250579)
10-10-2005 9:18 PM
Reply to: Message 15 by jar
10-10-2005 9:13 PM


Inadequate support for an assertion
Crap
Well, obviously.
However, it is probably that it isn't obvious to Springer so you will have to support your assertion with some detail aimed at his specific statements.

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Message 18 of 200 (250583)
10-10-2005 9:23 PM
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10-10-2005 9:20 PM


Re: Inadequate support for an assertion
Sure. But if you don't want to bother pointing out the errors then you should just not respond. Responding requires you to put more effort into it.
I don't think he's worth responding to and don't believe he has enough understanding of any form of reasoning to get it anyway. So I don't bother to post anything.

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