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From: "Phil Allison"
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Subject: Re: Austin Instruments to Close
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Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 08:40:04 +1100
NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 19 Jan 2003 08:29:20 EST
Organization: Telstra BigPond Internet Services (http://www.bigpond.com)
"Bill Sloman" wrote in message
> > ** No you post nonsense and pretend it is fact.
> You may claim it is nonsense, but you adduce no evidence in support of
> your own proposition. Cite a reference in the refereed literature - if
> you don't like URLs - or post the results of your own experiments
** Be specific Bill - that is essestial - just like avoiding ambiguity.
> > BTW What is this obsession with URLs ? All private opinions and
> > IME.
> Your unsupported opinion doesn't carry much weight.
** Be specific Bill - that is essential. AFAIK I offered NO
Neither does mine,
> which is why I prefer to refer people to easily accessible sources of
> information - ideally URLs - which I have reason to believe are
> reasonably reliable.
** You would. Quoting a URL with THOUSANDS of words WITHOUT specifying
the ones YOU felt were relevant is nothing more than a smartarse debating
Oddly enough, URLs do differ in reliability, and
> some - like manufacturers' data sheets - are as reliable as any data
> source can be. Which is not to say you can trust every data sheet to
> tell the whole truth.
** Drivel - even a Chemical Engineer can do better.
> > ** When out out his depth Bill well knows how to muddy the waters.
> No. When I'm out of my depth, I say so.
** Not bloody likely.
My attempt to add some depth
> to you superficial understanding of auditory masking has run aground
> in the shallows of your incorrigible ignorance and fatuous
** So far you have posted *no case* whatsoever in support a so far
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