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"...then Frankly I Don't Think...."

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 25, 2002 00:22:06 UTC

Our Great Luis wrote:
"But if you’re inclined to be “amazed at what he has discovered,” then frankly I don’t think you’re quite capable of correctly estimating what I do and don’t see."

Luis writing "...then frankly I don't think..." is the new measuring stick of our science!

An idea need no longer be proven or disproven, but instead should be brought to Luis for his frank non-thinking comment. Luis, by not thinking, is far ahead of us all!

I submit to our great leader Luis:
What is the importance of the destruction
of biodiversity on earth as reported in my post yesterday? Is it of very little importance or relevance, do you not think?

Thank you!


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