On May 16, 2018, at 2:12 AM, Dirk Laurie <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
The article remove %faster ambiguity, but still is misleading.
Readers will not know it can only be used _in that article_.
I thought it were just a *reminder* of terms, not a re-definition.
A better reminder is to say X% faster meant X% faster in speed.
Another case of "faster" re-definition:
Spooky! Quantum Action Is 10,000 Times Faster Than Light
How fast do quantum interactions happen?
Faster than light, 10,000 times faster
But I DO !
Speed ratio is much more precise than "% faster"
(Besides, I were un-sure what "% faster" meant ...)