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John.Heddles wrote: Again, you are implying inconsistent assumptions without stating them explicitly. You need to define your assumptions before you draw your conclusions .. apples and oranges, I'm afraid. A specific point is that V doesn't, necessarily, increase more than rho decreases. For an example, at the data point I used in the previous example, rho decreased 30-odd percent while V increased around 20-odd percent. V^3, on the other hand, increased by around 80 percent.
You need to be a bit more careful when it comes to the details, I fear ...