The reason is simple - on going back to look again at my post, I see that I had forgotten to delete that quoted section from my response. I did not notice it when I previewed.Quote
Susan, you quoted my statement but did not comment on it.
That is incorrect and a mis-reading of my words. I never say that a person's interpretation is suspect, I say that it is not backed up by objective evidence, if that is appropriate; or that it must remain a don't know if all other natural explanations have been eliminated, or words to that effectQuote
I just want to know two things: you always say that other people's INTERPRETATION is suspect.
Again - incorrect. The word you need is prescribe, not proscribe.Quote
Another thing you always proscribe
No, I do not. The correct science statement is never that it is 100% proven, but that there is always a small - mostly minute, gap allowed for checking and, if necessary, changing the Theory. I repeat this regularly, but assume it is not necessary every single time.Quote
is the "100% verifiable and confirmed evidence of all objective tests" as the contention of your viewpoint.
The rest of your post ... well, it is incomprehensible because it is expressed in a heavily over-worded, not easily communicated style and I bet those who read it visually lose track and for me, hearing only, and not being able to read any of it visually, it is impossible to make sense of it.
A word of advice: you need to practise using the [ quote ] boxes. If I can do it, by touch typing alone, I think you ought to be able to do it too.
When I look at the screen, I can see where there are boxes and where there are not and I can see that there are lines of white typing on a black background, but the only way I can see even one word is by magnifying about 12 times and that's with my nose just about touching the screen!
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 21-Jan-19 07:03 by Susan Doris.