MS: Burden of proof remains where it always has been:
> with the weird, way-out woo-woo claim: yours.
> SC: On planet Stower, perhaps. Is that the best you can do,
> Stower--call my claim "weird, way-out woo--woo"? Don't you
> actually have anything of substance other than chucking mud
> around? Is this what you are reduced to?
> Most other reasonable and rational folks here well understand
> that the PRIMARY evidence in this matter are the markings in
> the chambers. That evidence comes before anything else,
> including Vyse. The markings take primacy.
> Now, you have claimed these markings are genuine.
> So, I say to you again - prove it. It's easy to make a claim,
> Stower. Any idiot can do that. A whole lot more difficult to
> back it up though. I do not consider you an idiot so I presume
> you must have the evidence to back up your assertion. So, let's
> see your evidence.
> Post Edited (21-Jul-14 08:26)
A hypothetical example of "proof" would be the following:
At the moment the last block was breached, a multitude of objective experts were standing by, down in the GG or KC, and immediately invited up to Campbell's Chamber as soon as the dust cleared so they could verify the authenticity of the find.