Certainly if you have a batch that has a thousand containers, I would expect it to perform with these tests almost the same as the type of batch that has a half a million containers.
If you had a batch that had a hundred containers, then we might start running up against changes in the performance of the test, owing to the fact that you're sampling a substantial proportion of the batch.
DR. HAUCK: I think the only thing to add to that is that if the batch is sitting out there with any of those sizes, it's got 1 percent or less of some funny unusual values in it, neither of these tests are going to do anything for you and nobody wants to propose a 100 percent destructive sampling which is the only way you'll find it.
DR. KIBBE: We have to start our next little gathering at exactly 11:30 because it is the open public hearing, and we have announced that we would do it at 11:30 and so therefore we will do it at 11:30 Mean Greenwich Time. We're going to check with the Naval Observatory downtown to make sure we're right on 11:30.
So we get a second morning break.