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Dave Frightens Me writes:

> Aren't you usually right?

I take care to be right more often than not.

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David Horne, _the_ chancellor of the royal duchy of city south and
deansgate writes:

> Wrong. You're not stating anything which pertains to a 'universal rule'
> in music ...

It is what distinguishes music from noise, at least spatially. There
are temporal distinctions as well.

> Tones (TM) is the trademark I assigned to your thesis.

Then I suggest you keep in mind that it is your invention.

> What are they, and who in England uses them, and what do they mean?

See above. I have no idea what you mean by the term.

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barney2(a)cix.compulink.co.uk writes:

> Why, then, is a major triad such as C4 E4 G4 (with ratios of C4:E4
> 1.259921 and E4:G4 1.189204) ...

What instrument are you playing?

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Dave Frightens Me writes:

> Intelligent people are no more likely to be patient than anyone else.

Yes, they are. It comes with the territory. Some react in a
different way and become very impatient instead, but circumstances are
such that they _must_ be patient in a great many situations.

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David Horne, _the_ chancellor of the royal duchy of city south and
deansgate writes:

> Cuz I was talking about you, numbnuts.

My calm is not simulated; it is innate. In fact, I must often
simulate emotions that I do not feel, since I long ago discovered that
people will not take you seriously in many situations unless you
manifest a level of emotion which they consider commensurate with the
seriousness that you wish to convey.

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