Comment: 1+2=3 but let's forget the 1?

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1+2=3 but let's forget the 1?

I'm sorry Granger, it appears that the lady doth protest too much.

Reduce it to a simple equation, "1+2=3", and we want to find the truth of the 3. You're saying we should forget about the 1, and just study the 2 in order to find the completeness and totality of the 3.

You're promoting leaving a piece of the puzzle out of the completion of the puzzle. This in itself is puzzling.

While I'm still sick and tired of feeling sick and tired (and started, and chose not to continue reading that book -- it seemed depressing), I'm concerned about your stated methodology.

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