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Mark J. Reed wrote:
> Hm.  Wouldn't you have to raise a child as a monolingual Loglan (vel
> sim) speaker in order to have a valid test of Sapir-Whorf?

I would think so - and if the test is to be valid, surely we'd need more 
than one child - probably a few hundred to give statistically credible 
results.

I once ask John Cowan if Lojban had produce any results with regard to 
testing the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis. His reply was that there was nothing 
publishable.

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