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Old 2nd December 2007, 08:50 PM   #8
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Default can one go outside the box

by simply defining the box can one go outside a box???
the x-y coordinates of a simple box system need defination, as such outside the box is an unmeasurable.
even a 3 d box with a 3rd parameter on another axis ie Z axis must be defined to be measurable, and as such makes a theoritical "box" initially , with an unknown edge, BUT as soon as the 1st parameter defining now a new axis is measuresd , this new point of data define the edge of the new box ....
any "better "data may extend the edge of the box, but by virtue of the measurement will always be on the edge at the most extreme but never outside the box...

do i make sense or am i on dope. ??

i think Drake means extending the box not getting out of it , as that cant be done ...

shredulto
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