Re: Caoimhin: An issue and an audience = opportunity
Posted by ff on 1/08/04
Applying the Deputy Dawg analogy, did Deputy Dawg ever see the
need to exhibit professional conduct or follow procedure when
drawing his weapon? I know this analogy is a good one because Mr.
Connell commented that he enjoyed people shooting their feet, it
saved him work.
I would say he is hardly a scientist, possessing some knowledge
does not make one a scientist. Trying to force convenient bits
and pieces that he likes into something useable towards reaching
the conclusion he demands, is that science?
On 1/08/04, johncodie wrote:
> It really is this simple Frank.
> How many scientist do you know that have ever been able to give
> press release that has'nt previously been cleared by the
> On 1/08/04, ff wrote:
>> It is probably that simple. I doubt that right or wrong, good
>> science or bad science matters. Taking a position in a
>> controversial issue which offers an audience, best explains
>> what is seen here.
>> On 1/08/04, john codie wrote:
>>> The membership that gives him credibility has been trying to
>>> get him to conform to the guidelines that the EPA, New York
>>> Department Of Health has recommended for ripout. He has
>>> already gone on record in public form with informing his
>>> memberships president how wrong they all are, and that mold
>>> is not a problem, and should not be ripped out. I don't
>>> if you could call him an outcast since he is in a world of
>>> his own, but since he has no independent degrees with his
>>> name on them, sheep skins; he depends upon his associations
>>> to groups to justify what he sees as his credentials. Who
>>> awarded the man his credentials? They are figments in his
>>> own imagination. Most all hollywood actors are gifted in
>>> protraying their characters as a deeply religious man or
>>> women can protray, a druken salior, or halot of the night.
>>> We understand it is their job, and their job is to
>>> entertain. Same is true for Caoimhin, he is an actor, or
>>> clown as he protrays his character as this great scientist
>>> wonderful knowledge. He can probably come across in the
>>> field as superman. His problem he never picked up the
>>> nor the skills to put 2 plus 2 together to come up with
>>> four. He might be able to work some problems in statistics
>>> but we all know that that math can be manipulated by either
>>> including data, or excluding data to skew the precived
>>> problem, or conditions. Look real close to see if his IH
>>> degree if there is one is certifed by the state of Colorado
>>> to be practicing what he is preaching on the internet. I
>>> believe that is why he is working for a converted scientist
>>> that recently became a member of the American Board of
>>> Toxicology. As much as we have found the man in error
>>> concerning his other preceived areas of expertise, and he
>>> still desparatly needs to validate his character on this
>>> board. I have a diagnosis of his condition. It is called
>>> the Joe Newman Conolly syndrome. Do a public seach of Joe
>>> Newman, and you can see the similar traits in the actor gone
>>> On 1/07/04, Fed up with the Caoimhin's of the world wrote:
>>>> I have spent the last six months searching the internet
>>>> (and other sources)to gain information on "toxic mold". I
>>>> have encountered several chat boards that address "toxic
>>>> mold". It seems Mr. Connell thinks it is his own
>>>> personnel mission to argue with anyone on the Internet
>>>> that believes in "toxic mold". I have found him on
>>>> several sites and each time he is saying that "we" are all
>>>> wrong and he is right. I question someone's motives (and
>>>> hidden agenda) who goes to such great lenghts.
>>>> Also, he must be an outcast in his own profession because
>>>> in September 2003, Industrial Hygentist's in the U.S.
>>>> ackowledged the existent of "toxic mold" and adopted
>>>> guidelines to deal with it.
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