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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2012,11:38   

Quote (Jerry Don Bauer @ Nov. 20 2012,11:26)
Quote (Robin @ Nov. 20 2012,11:14)
Quote (Jerry Don Bauer @ Nov. 20 2012,11:07)
Thus far I have not received a single post that shows an understanding of the specificity in complex specified information.

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Almost every post I have received thus far shows no understanding of the concept to a level that can even be addressed intelligently.

That may well be the case, Jerry, but if it is, whose fault is it? If none of us "CSI Skeptics" can demonstrate a real understanding of this "specificity in complex specified information", perhaps it's because you proponents aren't doing a good job of actually defining and expressing it.

Do let us know when you have a definition that we simpletons can actually grasp. One, preferably, that adheres to the scientific method.

I just walked you through the analogy of the archer along with how specificity is calculated....how can you guys not grasp that?

In fact, it's just a take off of the same analogy the inventor of the term CSI used....

But on that, I didn't receive a single comment..LOL....

What is it you wish me to do, I've defined it precisely and showed the thread in very simplistic terms how to use it and what people do with it....It's a very simple concept using high school mathematics (or lower).

Because...

1) It's an ANALOGY
2) It doesn't actually have the steps needed to calculate the CSI of something alive (e.g. what do you need to know)
3) There are fundamental issues with the concepts you have presented that you have yet to deal with.

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