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What I was getting at in the article is that:

1. TOC and TOP ask different questions.

2. The disparity of the computational complexity involved in the two classes of models is so great, that it is objective proof that they represent two distinctly different things, and therefore comparing them directly is meaningless. That a jet and a bicycle require vastly different amounts of energy to power is conclusive and objective proof that completely different tradeoffs must be involved in choosing them.

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