Posted by Sharon on 8/11/10
You don't establish your chain of facts correctly which causes your conclusions to
be misleading. An Example:
"So you and Jeanine both post and critiques science papers you authored, she
authored, or your just trolling for papers to be interpreted and presented in
your own terms as being fact."
False. Assumes facts not in evidence. Fact. Jeanine keeps up on medical journal
publishing from around the world relating to illness and enviromental exposure.
Since you have a false and misleading statement in your hypothesis, your conclusion
reached while relying on this erroneous information is also incorrect. Ever
thought of joining ACOEM?
On 8/11/10, johncodie wrote:
> On 8/11/10, Sharon wrote:
>> Where do you get these wild ascertions?
>> Now let me see if I have this straight: Your name is John Codie. I bet that
>> is connected to Wild Bill Cody's family and that you changed the spelling.
>> Bill is the first name of the ex-President, Clinton. Therefore, you must have
>> slept with Monica Lewinsky.
>> Jeanine posts and critiques science papers on a chatgroup that I am a member
>> of. I find the papers she posts to be of interest and relevant. And I find her
>> interpretation of the information to almost always be spot on.
> I got her post off Toxboard back in 11/05. I got Debs dis-association from the
> ACHEMMIC and your dis-association from the same place. Your education in
> jornalism, and your profession as sales in real estate place you in preception
> and curb side appeal. Our difference as me being in test is not trusting the
> printed word but validating those facts.
> So you and Jeanine both post and critiques science papers you authored, she
> authored, or your just trolling for papers to be interpreted and presented in
> your own terms as being fact. If you only do your investigative reporting in a
> chat group, how do you validate your source? On what chat group does this
> individual post scientific papers she wrote? Or are you all just a group of
> unknown critics trying to become note worthy? You should konw Jeanine's
> credintials, her schools, her degrees. I've posted mine, and the years of
> dealing with mold in the home, and the outcome. How do you trust what you
> don't know?
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