Einstein's Riddle

Steve smnordby at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 16 13:03:37 CET 2001


Warren Postma wrote:
> 
> "Steve" <smnordby at yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:3AAF6352.726046A2 at yahoo.com...
> > Reliability is an indication of whether a measurement is repeatable:
> > Does it give consistent results under the same conditions?
> 
> Ahh yes, because consistenly Wrong, or backwards, in certain circumstances,
> is Perfectly Reliable.  The system will always fail, silently, if x = 5,  3
> < y < 6, and it's tuesday. Every time.
> 
> ;-)
> 
> Warren

Something may be reliable without being valid, but something cannot be
valid without being reliable.

-SteveN-



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