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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 9, 2003 21:32:05 UTC

"Give us something to think about. So far there is very little content in your posts.
For example, how do you know about my scientific theories if you just joined the forum? It makes me wonder who you really are.
There are some on this forum, who are non-physicists, who keep appearing under different names. One has used seven different names. Are you number 8?"

I have posted under about seven (or was it ten?)
user names in the past two years. Today is almost exactly the two year anniversary of my first post.

I am not particularly critical of Yanniru's scientific theories. In fact, I wrote a review of one on his main papers, a fact about which he has to be reminded from time time. He wrote in this forum that it was a good review. I am critical of many things Yanniru writes on the forum and I address them specifically. He rarely replies. He claims this is a matter of his good manners and credibility and my ...bad.
Here is another example:
Yanniru wrote:
"When you are dead you cease to exist. That is what mainstream science teaches."

I have never seen any teaching on this from "mainstream science." I did not know they had defined what makes You "You." So how can they decide when "You" cease to exist?
I think you're fogging us again. Quit slandering mainstream science, please.
Mike Pearson

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