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This claim amazes me. You have a doctorate and don't know http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lebesgue_measure" [Broken]?DoctorDick said:"Measureable" is not a defined object within the context of mathematics. You have suggested this concept and, if you wish to talk about it as a "mathematical" term, you will need to first define it in mathematical terms. I need no warrant for something I have not said.

(although I concede that I misspelled measurable).

Whatever you say you claim, at the end of the day you present a differential equation in the [tex](\vec{x},t)[/tex] and that equation is just meaningless over any set of [tex](\vec{x},t)[/tex] that is not measurable.

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