Reply-To: "Kevin Aylward"
From: "Kevin Aylward"
Subject: Re: Bullshit wins v. science
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Date: Sat, 9 Nov 2002 12:23:56 -0000
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"N. Thornton" wrote in message
> John Woodgate wrote in message
> > N. Thornton wrote
> > 'Bullshit wins v. science', on Thu, 7 Nov 2002:
> > >I think what you say is a classic acedemic mistake. Resonance has
> > >deliberately used for a very long time to improve bass output.
> > I think we'll let the group members decide whether to prefer my
> > argument or your diatribe sprinkled with ad-hominem remarks.
> Hi John.
> I am a bit puzzled, I did reread my post, and I didn't make any ad
> hominem remarks. Certainly none that were ever intended to be ad
> I was simply attempting to an explain a concept that doesn't seem to
> be widely realised and accepted. I do believe the generally accepted
> concept of distortion is not entirely correct.
Your belief is incorrect.
When you say "generally accepted". To whom are you referring to?. Surly
you cant mean general layman, app engineers, and novices. You seriously
expect that all the professional researchers in acoustics and signal
analysis have missed something? Sure, on occasions people like Einstein
come along from time to time...
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