Andrew E. Mathis #7 (static vs dynamic)

Andrew E Mathis writes:

The word we use in English is “static.” It is static, not dynamic.

So could I. But [DELETION] doesn’t know how. He’s demonstrated that amply.

 

My response:

Incorrect. Dynamic is something which is not static or constant. Therefore, for instance, my IP-address could possibly be dynamic whilst some other persons IP-address may be static (i.e not changing). I hope you understand the meaning of it now.
Ironically Andy has a Ph.D in English literature. 

Again; still no proof: merely hearsay and more supposition.

My best wishes,

-Franz H.

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