I have no idea what T of E means, but I'm certain that nothing you wrote in response to Eddie has any grounding in empirical science--actual studies with methods, statistical analyses, and results. If you tried to make some sort of connection, I doubt that you would have enough understanding of methods and data analyses to understand articles that might give your analyses some credence.
This is not pomposity nor looking down--it's pretty obvious. I've completed high school, college, and graduate school science and math classes and carried out or partnered in many scientific studies or technology applications. My reports have survived peer review. You have neither mastered the key concepts in academic institutions, nor participated in experimental research activities. Teaching in elementary school doesn't count.
In the current meta-analysis project I'm carrying out, it takes me about a day to understand and analyze each study in my project--and I've been doing it for many years. A group of investigators will take about six months to use these studies and my analyses to draw conclusions.