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Re: MTS transparency and anonymity

2005-03-02 10:13:59

In <200503010824(_dot_)24367(_dot_)blilly(_at_)erols(_dot_)com> Bruce Lilly 
<blilly(_at_)erols(_dot_)com> writes:

On Mon February 28 2005 08:07, Charles Lindsey wrote:

So we can consider how those requirements are met in the 4 cases:

                1. No From      2. blah.invalid 3. @[]          4. From <>

A. delivery     98% [1]         100%            98%             98%
Clearly, this analysis shows that no solution is going to be perfect (but
we knew that already). OTOH, it does seem to shown that #1 has worse
problems than the others.

What it shows is that you can start from preconceived notions,
make up a bunch of random numbers unrelated to any sort of
testing or scientific basis, then say "See, it shows I was right".


There speaks a man whose mind is made up, and who does not wish to be
confused by the facts.

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