Comments on The nothing that isTypePad2010-10-21T02:44:36Zjunkchartshttps://junkcharts.typepad.com/junk_charts/tag:typepad.com,2003:https://junkcharts.typepad.com/junk_charts/2010/10/the-nothing-that-is/comments/atom.xml/Kaiser commented on 'The nothing that is'tag:typepad.com,2003:6a00d8341e992c53ef013488701bc8970c2010-10-24T20:52:23Z2010-10-24T20:52:23ZKaiserhttp://junkcharts.typepad.com/junk_chartsindregard: Good point. In other words, if we make the size of the zero bubble large enough so that it...<p>indregard: Good point. In other words, if we make the size of the zero bubble large enough so that it overwhelms the data, then all bubbles will be the same size (equal to the zero bubble) and thus the equation still holds. </p>
<p>Readers who find the above comment abstruse, yes it is the kind of thing mathematicians focus on. And yes, this stuff has little practical value since it focuses on "boundary" cases that don't happen much if ever.</p>indregard commented on 'The nothing that is'tag:typepad.com,2003:6a00d8341e992c53ef013488638f0e970c2010-10-22T14:28:13Z2010-10-22T14:28:13Zindregardhttp://indregard.noWell, I believe the math does compute, for sufficiently large values of 0.<p>Well, I believe the math does compute, for sufficiently large values of 0.</p>