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Re: Re: Re: Re: THT


Posted by: Al_Oha (p3d0n6@hawaii.rr.com) on Tue Jan 6 23:11:31 2009


> Al-
>
> An interesting thing to do to start to answer or refine your questions is to look at
simulations.....

Thanks Tom,

I am familiar with these simulations, and actually wrote a piece in May 2008, reflecting my
earlier thoughts about the shortcomings of Nyman's simulations. My insights have since
been re-hashed several times over, but I am working out the bugs before I formally
present an argument.

http://www.batspeed.com/messageboard/192040.html

I am also aware of the double pendulum simulation, and which Mankin refers to many
times over. The graphic produced by the simulation is a hint of what I am working on.


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