Yes, Razie, I gave you that out. If you are defining heavy as the apex of the turn, then certainly the transition will be light. Though, this is not what Phil or CTkook meant, because they know there is no centrifugal force during transition. If it's a simple misunderstanding of words, then fine. 2/3 of maximum weight as a mean is heavy enough especially given that it's distributed. We're not proving that every transition is heavy, only that some are.
Here's a quote from Rick posting right here on Epic, so you can see it's not just the people dumb enough to keep arguing with you that understand these things.
" Metaphor, for what purpose are you trying to unweight in the first place?
Up unweighting and down unweighting were pervasively used techniques in the pre shape ski days to allow the skis to be easily pivoted/redirected coming out of the transition (Pianta Su). Now a-days, arc to arc turning is more feasible in more situations, and in those turns unweighting is not necessary.
And,,, just for clarity,,, release does not equate to unweighting. OLR and ILE just transfer pressure from one ski to the other, they don't eliminate it. Unweighting does eliminate it. That's it's purpose"
Razie, go lick your wounds and come back another day, and maybe you'll win next time, but this horse is dead.