These are alla's Job forum's, and although certain topics occasionally head off into philosophical debates, or just plain joking, your saying to everyone that reads this thread that you have spotted a/some flaws but won't tell.
No-one here is asking you to tutor them, or for any kind of math lesson, we simply now want to know what you have found out. All it takes is one post, and then you can let the rest of us debate it if it holds any weight.
Unfortunately I just don't believe that it's that simple. I've been involved in many relatively simple math debates in the past-- I've even seen people completely snub proof that looks them square in the eye-- and maybe life just has me that cynical, but somewhere between my perceptions that "people will believe what they want to believe" and of my own limitations at convincing people (I am not that succinct, if you hadn't noticed), it just doesn't seem worth the effort.
And don't get the wrong idea. I would never completely exclude the possibility that I'm wrong. It just doesn't really matter to me at this point whether I am or not, or for that matter, if all the melee DD in Vanadiel are right or wrong. It's fun for you guys, but it's an unimportant nuisance to me.
Also, that story might have been entertaining, and ppl might have talked about it, but derails usually come after the main content of the thread has been dealt with.
Yeah, I was afraid of that :/ I actually called my brother first to tell him about it but he didn't answer. I knew the timing was bad, but I just had to share if with the first pair of ears/eyes I could. Don't worry, I still have the story about how the firefighters stole my rug tucked away for later.
You say your not going to post anymore, yet you do, so instead of all this beating around the bush, just put your argument on the table. It won't hurt you. Luckily for you too, your posts are not being rated down either, if 95% of alla's posting population had tried to do what your doing, it would be sub-def's all the way.
Correction: I'm not going to discuss the particulars of the math anymore. But I'm actually enjoying this (helps that I'm posting during breaks from reading boring studies and commercials). And I really do appreciate that I have not received a stream of ratedowns in light of my being so uncooperative, where I probably deserve it. It's not something I would normally care about, but I guess it gives me a little more faith in internet humanity. Or maybe the board is just dead? Now I'm a little tempted to invite ratedowns just to see, but I guess I could at least express my gratitude by not being a complete troll.
Ok, now we're going to get slash fiction of Wint x Kachi somehere... rule 34 and all...
Never confuse your inference as the listener for an implication of the speaker.
Good games are subjective like good food is subjective. You're not going to seriously tell me that there's not a psychological basis for why pizza is great and lutefisk is revolting. The thing about subjectivity is that, as subjects go, humans actually have a great deal in common.