Re: Evidence for "Big Bang Theory"
Gil Hardwick (email@example.com)
Sat, 06 May 1995 05:17:28 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Bruce D. Scott (email@example.com) writes:
>Big mistake, Phil. Gil is not representative of sci.anthropology. Aside
>from him and his friends, and their corresponding alter-egos on the
>rationalist-rant side, there are still a wide range of serious people left.
>I have learned a lot from them.
And you "Dr" Bruce Scott old scrotum are not representative of any
science whatsoever. Why don't you just take your jack-booted thugs
off to somewhere else; preferably off to another planet.
You chose to "learn" only what happens to comply with your fascist
propaganda, and as we see above you abuse and ridicule anybody at all
who, plainly stupidly, attempt here to have you consider other aspects
of the human condition that you may not happen to enjoy knowing about.
And to consider the differential nature of scientific and religious
discourse you also happen to find an embarrassment. Exposes your lack
of appreciation of the limits of scientific method, doesn't it.
The real world out here is simply not Just So simply because you and
the likes of Lydick insist that it is. Because that is what makes you
feel most comfortable.
Because your continuously demonstrated purpose over periods of years
is to propagate your own peculiar ignorance, NOT join us in debate on
matters of scientific interest, I say you just get off altogether.
There are various political groups on the Usenet which might be more
interested in your brand of humour . . .
He who refuses to qualify data is doomed to rant.
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