I care nothing about impressing people!! My aim always is to get at the truth, whatever it is.Quote
If you want to impress us all as being a truly inquisitive thinker then listen to the video, formulate specific questions based on it, and ask them rather than this vague rhetorical one which you restate in various guises, whenever the moment pleases.
It was my intention to go through the video, pause it, go to a document and make a note. However, because of the way my software works best, I couldn’t find the pause button – it was invisible – and when the little hand link icon came up and I clicked on it, I’d managed to stop the video altogether. I tried several times, but it was just impossible to work that way, so I was unable to make notes. I cannot make written notes of course.
That is what is called an ad hom, I think, and believe me I am very glad I do not ‘fool anyone’ as you put it – I hope I am quite clear in what I say.Quote
You are fooling nobody on this board who knows you, by playing the role of the Interrogator. It has long been established that you routinely DON'T follow up on detailed answers when people show you the decency of providing elaborated replies.
You are misquoting me slightly, but how I read and respond is my choice – I do not ask you first.Quote
Nor, most often, do you follow up by looking at links when they are offered in reply. Late last month on the inner Space board I provided a new thread with a link to Jude. In typical fashion, you said you abruptly stopped listening very early on because Jude invoked the term angels.
I wish I had become better informed! I did in fact listen to it, missing only a minute or two here and there*. In amongst all the flow of words I could not detect a clear fact. Perhaps you could inform me of one which I can follow up and check whether it has been discovered via the scientific method?Quote
So, here's you latest chance, Susan. Listen to the video corpuscles linked for you. Seek to become truly informed. In doing so you might learn that science has moved well beyond popular 19th-century considerations.
*which meant I listened to some parts twice!!
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