Time: Sun Dec 14 16:14:09 1997
To: snetnews@world.std.com
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: A RAND Publication

You just don't believe the truth when you hear it.
I did confirm a mathematical flaw in their logic,
which was reviewed by a graduate professor
in applied mathematics, 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.

You are suffering from the Grand Deception, Sir:
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

At 05:25 PM 12/14/97 EST, you wrote:
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><< 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.
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