On 5/11/2012 10:31 PM, John Clark wrote:
On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 12:52 PM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net
>> 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
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.
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.
You should get a 21st century dictionary
In geometry, orthogonal means "involving right angles" (from Greek ortho, meaning right,
and gon meaning angled). The term has been extended to general use, meaning the
characteristic of being independent (relative to something else).
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