On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 12:52 PM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:

>  >> Orthogonal? There is only one way "it" could not be deterministic and
> not random, there is only one way "it" was not caused for a reason and not
> not caused for a reason, and that is if "it" is gibberish. Gibberish is not
> correct or incorrect, it's just gibberish, like free will.
>
>  > You apparently don't know what 'orthogonal' means.
>

adjective
1) Involving in right angles and used primarily by pretentious people who
incorrectly think it makes them sound more intelligent than the word
perpendicular.
2) Statistically independent.

> It means all combinations are possible

You apparently don't know what "orthogonal" means.

  John K Clark

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