Time: Sun Dec 14 16:16:57 1997 To: snetnews@world.std.com From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar] Subject: SLS: A RAND Publication Cc: Bcc: sls References: You just don't believe the truth when you hear it. I did confirm a mathematical flaw in their logic, which was reviewed by my graduate professor in applied mathematics and decision theory, and he agreed with me. Given the initial probabilities of A and B, and the conditional probability of B given A, then the conditional probability of A given B is computable. The latter conditional probability was the lower half of RAND's probability matrix. You, Sir, are suffering from the Grand Deception: you confuse the truth with lies, and you confuse lies with the truth. Such is your punishment for living the lie. /s/ Paul Mitchell, Candidate for Congress http://supremelaw.com At 05:25 PM 12/14/97 EST, you wrote: > >-> SearchNet's SNETNEWS Mailing List > >In a message dated 97-12-14 05:29:33 EST, supremelooney writes: > ><< I have done better. I was the one > who isolated the fault in the > mathematics of their Delphi Technique. > >> > >In his spare time, he has also sequenced the entire human genome, perfected >the superstring theory, and created 3 new transuranic elements. > >For freedom, > >Nick > >-> Send "subscribe snetnews " to majordomo@world.std.com >-> Posted by: NMMJR <NMMJR@aol.com> > > >

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