User talk:David Gilliam

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Welcome to Iron Chariots Wiki! We hope you will contribute much and well. You will probably want to read the help pages. Again, welcome and have fun! Kazim 15:25, 31 October 2012 (CDT)

A new model of logic is in development

Update1: 11/2/2012: There seems to be some confusion regarding this model:

1) I will not be creating a whole new page on Iron Chariots for the model. It will be a page or section within my profile (ergo more likely a section) UNLESS the owners of Iron Chariots explicitly request a page just for the model. Otherwise it will remain on my profile. This is because I have the sole copyrights to the model and it must be on my page for this very reason.

2) The model is still in development and will not be posted anywhere until after it has passed peer review by logic professors from other universities. Not only is this to test the model to the fullest extent possible, but also because peer review is part of the model and therefore it was not peer reviewed, it would be self contradictory.


Update 2: 11/2/2012 Copyright and Licensing Terms:

If and when the model does pass two rounds of peer review I will release the model on my profile. The intellectual and copy rights are such that only I can authorize the publishing and posting of the model. This will be for two reasons:

1) To keep the model free: this will ensure that all persons can access the model free of charge and no person is charging for it (unless it is in a logic textbook that compares and describes other models and theories).

2) To ensure the accuracy and integrity of the model: This is to protect counterfeits and strawman versions from misleading the public and those who want to use the model and to ensure that all persons can access the full version of the model.

As long as the above terms are met, anyone can post the model free of charge for others to freely use. In addition everyone is free to review and critically examine the model (and I encourage this).

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