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Zachriel



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(Permalink) Posted: April 17 2009,09:58   

Quote (Wesley R. Elsberry @ April 17 2009,08:06)
In progress:



Just in case Gordon gets huffy about a population size of 500 being the upper end of the previous dataset, I have a run going that is collecting data with N up to 100,000. This goes very slowly, so I'll update the graphic as data accumulates. It sure is not looking good for the assertion that more losses of a correct base would be seen in summary output with higher N.

By Jove, we are working on similar calculations using VBA. Our results are expected by the next transit of the Earth-Moon System across the Sun (as seen from Jupiter)—in 2014. We'll keep you posted.

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