Tuesday, July 12, 2011

gordy asks......


"Is the CSI concept well-founded mathematically, and can it be applied to the real world, giving real and useful numbers?"


The answer is no. If ANYONE (and especially gordy) thinks I'm wrong, let's see you coherently define "CSI", and calculate the CSI in a banana, a frog, a rock, a hydrogen atom, a dandelion, a human, a star, a galaxy, a car, a hair, and a virus. Let's see the "real and useful numbers".

As joe g would say, "You can't just say it, you have to show it."