Joined: Oct. 2009
look very, very carefully at your very pretty picture. You see that graph in the lower left corner?
THIS IS WHAT I'VE BEEN TELLING YOU FOR A WEEK NOW.
Until you actually, you know, TELL US what the lines are and what the X and Y axes are, then your very, very pretty picture is utterly and completely useless.
It doesn't mean anything. It's the squiggles drawn by a three-year-old with a hand full of color pencils. Those lines could represent the price of tea in china over the last 35,000 decades in Megagrams of tea and 1/1000s of the value of 1 troy ounce of gold (as listed on the US stock exchange on September 7, 1997). We don't know.
It's a very pretty picture, but it is utterly useless. So quit trying to baffle us with bullshit and actually explain what you are doing, why you are doing (code and data, not "because I think molecules are intelligent and want to prove it"), the evidence that makes your reasons valid, and the actual results and the implications for your notions. And do so, using defined words and the actual current knowledge of the universe, not what you think the current knowledge of the universe is.
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims.