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I takes a lot to convince me. I am thinking about what kind of evidence a court would want. A court would want to hear from experts, with known and verifiable credentials, and listen to all of the arguments and counter-arguments.

I appreciate your response in that it gives far more information than 90% of the opinionated pukes on the internet do. You sound like you might know what you are talking about. I say might, because I don't know your credentials or if what you are saying is accurate.

What is missing here, is the lack of a credible, expert opinion from the other side (and there is always another side). I know you can't provide that. So, no, I am not yet convinced.

Do you have a source to refer me to which discusses the technical aspects of this?

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