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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 31, 2002 20:50:25 UTC

"I don't get frustrated at your opinions, I get frustrated when you portray yourself as a scientist."

I portray myself as a scientist? If were going to do that, I would not have told you I was 16! No one is going be believe a scientist is 16! I am nowhere near being a scientist. Did I ever say that I was a scientist or did I ever say I was the equivalent of one? I'm not sure why you are saying this.

"Essentially, the distance of stars and the issue of free will are huge. They're huge because you have no wiggle room to reinterpret the data without assuming you're right from the outset. This provides a nice test for me to determine your true position."

I openly admit my true position. Just ask. I admit I am biased, but so have you. A long time ago we went over this.

I hope because we disagree so strongly on everything that we won't become bickering enemies.
Like I said, we can be friends and still disagree on everything. :) KC2GWX 73's

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