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  • I don't have to disprove them
    • JVH ^_^ (no login)
      Posted Jul 12, 2008 8:54 AM

      you are the ONE WHO CLAIMS they are right, not me?
      -- Incorrect, Paul MacLean does. http://www.ezls.fb12.uni-siegen.de/mkroedel/paul_maclean.html

      you prove them to be true to me
      -- I don't have to, Paul MacLean already did and the evidence is available for perusal. http://www.kheper.net/topics/intelligence/MacLean.htm

      You have a triune brain, right? Right. Well, use them to your benefit then, and take the test yourself, i.e. the proof is in the pudding.



      Incredulousness is not an argument against what is deemed inconceivable

      Incredulousness is an argument for; for one's own inability to conceive.

      Incredulousness is thus not handy tool to be used as an argument, since it constructs the exact opposite of what is desired. []


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