While the recent work of hardeeharhar ("Sabbah's Law, a Proof," Appleinsider 2006) does indeed raise many interesting question on the mutation of etymological phrase-particles we remain of the belief that H. i. Sabbah's initial conjecture remains just that: conjecture of the a priori belief
that resident-moderator PowerDoc should change his name to MacDoc Pro.
While we intend to reveal more of the reasoning behind this in a forthcoming paper on the subject, ("iDoc Extreme: the Harald Postulation," Appleinsider, forthcoming) we precis here the underlying reasoning.
Firstly, hardeeharhar's mutations require the agency of an intelligent power. The anthropic principle is in action: one thing has changed (PowerBook -- MacBook Pro) yet hardeeharhar's 'proof' requires the intervention of hardeeharhar himself
, or another intelligence, to create concomitant change in other names (in this case, PowerDoc). In other words, without hardeeharhar's very research he would not have discovered his 'causality.'
This, of course, leads us to the Harald Postulation. If it can be demonstrated that only intelligent agency could cause the transformation of the initital underlying naming schema, then it should be relatively easy to prove the hand of the Intelligent Designer is at work. We are designing an experiment to prove this at this time.
The practical short-term effect is that saying "PowerDoc should change his name" is akin to saying "Trumptman should put an 'e' between the 'p' and the 't'." Both are baseless opinion, conjecture and ... ewww ... "theory."