10959Thermodynamics: Calling out Don DeLong!
- Jul 2, 2007Rick, you wrote, in part:
> I think DeLong has his ownI think so too!
> "fallacy of equivocation"
> charge to be retracting!
> Something having to do
> with Robert's "Goliath of
> GRAS", was it not?
> It was!
In fact, that little issue is the key piece of evidence that convicts
David P. Brown and his boys, especially Don DeLong, of being guilty of
what David P. Brown himself complained about.
That is, that they are the ones who don't know how to make
an "argument" and/or deal with one when it smacks them in the face.
Furthermore, that history is the key piece of evidence that convicts
David P. Brown and his boys, especially Don DeLong and Daniel Denham,
of being the ones guilty of running off and hiding and of trying to
change the subject continually as their failures mount up against them.
Rick, you've now considered this, but it may be worth repeating.
I propose that until such time as Don DeLong "come out" and commits
himself to "reasoning TOGETHER" with someone here regarding his
position on thermodynamics, there is no compelling reason to deal with
him; he's just going to run off and hide again.
He needs to "come out", "come out here", make his committment
to "reason TOGETHER" formally, in writing, for the record and then
negotiate in good faith for a proposition and the logistics for the
I can't compel that course, but it sure seems to me to be preferred to
trying to quibble about the details before there's even been any
agreement on the context and relevance of any such discussion.
I think my prophecy will again be fulfilled!
That is, Don DeLong is NOT man enough to "come out " and "reason
TOGETHER" regarding his problem with thermodynamics and whatever he
thinks it has to do with the age of stuff, evolution, or the existence
Watch and see!
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