Who knows how to quote?
- Here's what "Mathewmaury" says I said:
> the real world is, according toHere's what I found that I actually said:
> them, simply not falsifiable
> because the YEC interpretation
> "trumps" any real world evidence
> to the contrary.
> Now, if Keith and his would simplyMy point has been repeated many times and in quite accurate and
> be more direct in admitting, in
> opposition to the "Goliath", that the
> fundamental YEC position regarding
> the real world is, according to them,
> simply not falsifiable because the
> YEC interpretation "trumps" any real
> world evidence to the contrary.
demonstrable. But that is another matter.
I think we have reasonable cause for concern when someone with
"Mathewmaury"'s skills start toying with the words and then misusing and
misapplying the statements.
He knows or has reason to know what the issue is, and yet he has
misstated it in his latest posts.
- --- Robert wrote:
> I think we have reasonable cause for concern whenIt appears I have unintentionally misinterpreted
> someone with "Mathewmaury"'s skills start toying
> with the words and then misusing and misapplying
> the statements.
> He knows or has reason to know what the issue is,
> and yet he has misstated it in his latest posts.
Robert's words. I will redouble my efforts to
understand what Robert is saying.
- "Mathewmaury", you wrote:
> It appears I have unintentionallyI hope that is sincere and will look forward to a further discussion.
> misinterpreted Robert's words.
> I will redouble my efforts to
> understand what Robert is
In particular, if my "Goliath of GRAS" is not an acceptable
falsification test for the real world claims of the YEC's, just what is
going to take its place if one wants to claim that my claim about YEC
and falsification is not accurate?