Originally posted by Metal Brain
No argument there.
How would you define significant?
You keep asking flawed questions like that.
In any natural language, words like "significant", "large", "small", "trivial", "tall", "better", "noticeable" etc have no absolute meaning but rather their meaning, whether unambiguous or not, of each one of those words varies with (within implicit constraints ) and is therefore dependent on the context they were said in.
Therefore, your question "How would you define significant?" has no answer until if or when either the exact context is obvious or you fully define (preferably unambiguously ) the exact context the word was used in.
Since the word "significant" has been used several times here in different sentences and in slightly different contexts, its meaning could have varied (and I would guess has ). So you will need to specify exactly
which sentence it was used in (and also where this sentence is if that is not immediate obvious ) and only ask what that word means in that particular sentence in its context before you have any hope of getting a valid answer else you are asking an unanswerable question.