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Posted by Harvey on May 7, 2002 14:05:29 UTC


I think the problem is that in your posts it is always you that become the ultimate deciding factor in what is the correct position. On the other hand, my approach is always to test the position itself and use whatever research is out there on the subject to discuss those positions in that light. This is why, I suspect, we usually see that you give up on the discussion (always prematurely I might add). Since holding a particular position is solely dependent on what you think, you find that your position is the 'end all of be all'. It's not physicists that are right, it is Aurino that is right. It's not philosophers that are right, it is Aurino that is right. It's not Harv that is right, it is Aurino that is right. I have admitted on numerous occasions at being wrong, but I cannot think of a time that you did so. In my view, you do not really care about the issues in question, you just like citing your opinion and being right.

You might ponder on that. But, we know you won't.

Warm regards, Harv

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