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Re: Date's First Great Blunder

From: Tony <andrewst_at_onetel.net.uk>
Date: 20 Apr 2004 05:09:31 -0700
Message-ID: <c0e3f26e.0404200409.310ff710@posting.google.com>


neo55592_at_hotmail.com (Neo) wrote in message news:<4b45d3ad.0404192220.58734678_at_posting.google.com>...
> > Perhaps more importantly, it accounted for the data available to Isaac
> > Newton, correctly and elegantly. Both quantum mechanics and relativity
> > were proposed to account for data unavailable in Newton's day.
>
> Newton's model is "incorrect" in the sense that scientists were
> expecting it to give the correct answers when applied to smaller and
> smaller things. Instead they found it began deviating more and more.
>
> A similar type of problem exist with RDM. As we apply RDM to a broader
> scope, it becomes less practical. Would you be willing to implement a
> RDM solution to such a problem?

No it doesn't. RDM does not start giving false answers when applied to a broader scope (whatever that means). What sort of problem are you talking about where RDM becomes impractical? Received on Tue Apr 20 2004 - 07:09:31 CDT

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