lad_buck
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figure it out, mr, bad_luck bright-boy?

two different mario mendoza plate apearances. simplify them, to identify them. one against a righty. one against a lefty.

the sun and the moon, are the results. two different objects. both have the same number of days. the mendoza line and the result of the 17,787 are weighted as exactly the same. both are measured and proven in the simple equation of equivalency, that 17,787 days = the .200 mendoza-line batting average.

now, the equation reveals that we still need to have verifiable valuable proof of a right-hander or left-hander prevailing, to get mendoza out 80% of the time. notice the word "time". the parabola measured time, when 2 forces met, and crossed paths. exactly what happens when ball meets bat.

if the sun takes 49 years, and the moon takes 50 years, then the variance must have rules, tools, and a simple equation, always being the goal. the mendoza line involves both lefty's and righty's, of course. but the sun and the moon are two different numbers in this equation.

our society uses the sun, and solar calendar, which is proven to not accurately keep time. the moon and lunar calendar is proven on the parabola, as the truest and most accurate way to keep time. the moon does not require adding an additional day, the 29th of february, every 4 years, to re-adjust the clock, or hourglass. a goal in math and numbers, is that we may be taught to number our days. we do that. thiry days this month, 31 days next january, etcetera. it works.

figure it out, bad_luck bright boy. does mendoza hit righties better, or lefties? the result is the same overall out rate of .800. which is the sun? which is the moon? which defensive metrics, the bell curve, the parabola, any certain other formulas which are distinctly different, as more valuable?

do we keep time accurately, or do we keep adjusting something as simple as time? defensive metrics have no offensive mathematical equivalent. period.