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Re: Wilhelm's bombshell - understanding the latest test results

Jan Faul <jfaul@dn.net> writes on 2 November 1999 at 21:32:37 -0500

 > 	I really think Mr. Wilhelm is pulling the wool over your eyes. Maybe
 > it's even blue wool. Somehow Henry has elevated himself into the
 > position of INKJET GOD, and frankly, I don't believe it.

I really don't think it's productive to make this into a personal
disagreement, *especially* with somebody who isn't here to defend

I have considerable belief in Mr. Wilhelm's good faith.  What he's
doing is *extremely* difficult (trying to find a *valid* accelerated
aging test), and it's quite possible that his test procedures have
produced badly incorrect estimates of ink/paper combination lifespans.
I have known that this was a possibility all along; accelerated tests
are at best approximations.  I see no need to accuse him of bad faith
just because you disagree with a particular set of test results
(without any controlled tests to base your disagreement on,
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