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 Mar 2022 "Statistical independence only makes sense for probabilities of events" opposes "The first and second element of the couples (x, pseudoRandom(x)) will be statistically independent while causally linked" Mar 2022 Statistical independence only makes sense for probabilities of events Mar 2022 "The first and second element of the couples (x, pseudoRandom(x)) will be statistically independent while causally linked" opposes ""A common definition for "orthogonal" is "statistically independent"" opposes "The meaning of "X is orthogonal to Y" shouldn't imply X can’t have a causal relation with Y"" Mar 2022 The first and second element of the couples (x, pseudoRandom(x)) will be statistically independent while causally linked Mar 2022 "Two events are independent if the occurrence of one event does not affect the chances of the occurrence of the other" supports ""A common definition for "orthogonal" is "statistically independent"" opposes "The meaning of "X is orthogonal to Y" shouldn't imply X can’t have a causal relation with Y"" Mar 2022 "Two events are independent if the occurrence of one event does not affect the chances of the occurrence of the other" supports ""A common definition for "orthogonal" is "statistically independent"" supports "X being orthogonal to Y should mean that conceptually changing the value of X doesn’t change the value of Y"" Mar 2022 Two events are independent if the occurrence of one event does not affect the chances of the occurrence of the other Mar 2022 "One can disagree that a word can be interpreted in a certain way" supports "It is possible to disagree with a definition used in a claim" Mar 2022 One can disagree that a word can be interpreted in a certain way Mar 2022 "One can disagree that a word should be interpreted in a certain way" supports "It is possible to disagree with a definition used in a claim"