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2006\08\16@181821 by Gus S Calabrese

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On 2006-Aug 16, at 06:23hrs AM, Alan B. Pearce wrote:

> Recalling 4 million batteries seems like non-cost-effective
> approach. How many of these buggers have blown ?
> Would not a warning and insurance be cheaper ?

That is not the way the system works.

^ The system exists and inputs occur and outputs result.  For me ,  
hearing that " the system works" is
tantamount to the analogy that if an integrated circuit consumes  
power, "it works".
My view is that "the system" consumes energy and "the system" is an  
ass.     AGSC ^

There is no guarantee that the ones
still "out there" are save, they could fail at any time, through what is
apparently a diagnosed mechanism. No amount of insurance and warnings is
cheaper if it is your house/work place/car/airplane that gets cought  
in the
conflagration when it fails.

Alan (owner of a Dell with a battery not on the list) ...

2006\08\17@080446 by Alan B. Pearce

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>^ The system exists and inputs occur and outputs result.
>For me ,hearing that " the system works" is tantamount
>to the analogy that if an integrated circuit consumes
>power, "it works".
>My view is that "the system" consumes energy and
>"the system" is an  ass.     AGSC ^

Yeah, but that is not the sort of system I am referring to, I mean the LEGAL
system, although your thoughts on what "the system is" may well apply in
that case. ;)

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