A Beautiful Schizophrenia [was: Re: AI Eureka!]

J Ahlstrom jahlstro at cisco.com
Wed Jun 5 15:42:25 EST 2002


jqp wrote:

> it implies that, if the number of
> > > convictions is held constant, then the ratio of innocent to guilty
> > > among the convicted cannot be changed -- we might as well have a quota
> > > for the numnber of convictions, and pick who gets convicted randomly.
> > > That would certainly reduce the cost of the court  system.
>
Seems to me
it implies that if the moon is made out
of green cheese, then Antarctica is covered
with Kool-Whip.

Troll, troll, troll your boat.

JKA

--
The fastest way to succeed is to
double your failure rate."
                    —Thomas J. Watson, Sr.

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