So, you picked 10 numbers from 0.1 to 0.01 and plotted them decreasing by 0.01 each time. Of course you'll get your precious 1:1 ratio, generally speaking. The bottom line is that you ignored the abundance of factors that influence infiltration and you chose to claim that particle size was the end-all-be-all. While particle size certainly plays a role, you chose to ignore all the other factors and give a totally unrepresentative view of the concept. No matter how much you try to manipulate the numbers (anyone can cherry pick numbers like you just did) or try to backpedal, your statement was wrong. We all know it was wrong and you posted evidence that you were wrong -- you just didn't read it first. You have now been held to the same standard you hold everyone else to. Move on.