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Rahlin said:

“Let say you have a quarter. You have two sides, heads and tails, you also have the edge………You cannot however, have only the heads, without the tails or the edge, and still have a quarter. You cannot even have just the heads and the edge and still have a quarter. You must have all three in order to have one.”

Actually I think your analogy makes perfect sense. Each side of the quarter is 100% quarter, but their sum is only a fraction of a complete quarter. But when you add the sum of each side, they all total 1 complete quarter. Sorta like my “33% God” scenario I used with sonofaslan towards the beginning of this fourm. Thanks for your perspective



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