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Lou's reply-dhdpn Brainbeard

Posted by Lou Pilder on August 23, 2010, at 16:26:53

In reply to I see something that is of great interest to me!, posted by Brainbeard on August 23, 2010, at 15:14:33

> > Bb,
> > You wrote,[...Lou is fscinating...]
> > Now the generally accepted meanings of {fascinating} is that there is an arrousal of great interest. Could you list what there is that you see that is of great interest to you? If so, then I could have the opportunity to post more concerning that interest of yours.
> > Lou
You wrote,[...{nigh} impossible...good reason..]
Being {nigh} impossble is generally accepted as being {close} to inpossible, but thearfore it could be possible.
I do try to ask questions in a manner to rule out ambiguity. In order for me to do that, I structure the question like you see, as in layers within themselves in order to bring out the specific question without ambiguity. I try to make the question well-defined. I agree that some people could need more tome to see the question all by itself by studying the layers, but my questions to Mr. Hsiung are from one math person to another and I think that my structuring the questions in what I think is a well-defined format is the type of structure that I think he could be better able to identify the question that I am asking him.
If anyone can not see the question and wants to have it pointed out by me, they could ask me for clarification and I would be glad to accomodate their request.
Do you have any requests for me to clarify anything that you may not see as a question? If so, could you list any?

> Well, I find it fascinating that you are able to pose questions so multilayered (questions within questions within questions within questions etc.) and intricate that it's nigh impossible to even understand the question anymore.
> It's also fascinating that there are mainly two persons on this board who talk in deadpan standard formula's, which are yourself and the founder. I assume you both have good reasons for this.
> Bb,
My reply is in this post out of my usual order of posting after the other poser's post, so look up and my reply is in front of yourpost. but, what is a xxxxxxx yyyyyyyy formula?




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