Re: The rest of whose story, hey 4XFloor
Posted by dd on 2/17/04
the earth is flat!
On 2/16/04, ff wrote:
> First, you are proof that I don't serve as a watchdog, or
> anyone else.
> There are so many contradictions and absurdities in your
> post that I don't know where to start. I think you missed
> the point about microbes, changes, and cyanobacteria as an
> example of microbial problems that scientists denied, based
> on their "consensus," and not are finding they are wrong.
> If you had read the posts, you shold be wondering why the
> questions I have asked remain unanswered. Start with the
> paints, coatings, and other building materials, ag land as
> breeding facilities. Consider the antimicrobials
> incorporated into these materials, to control the very
> organisms/populations which colonize and bloom, on these
> treated materials, when adequate moisture is added.
> HAS SOMETHING CHANGED, HAVE THE ORGANISMS BECOME RESISTANT
> TO THE ANTI-MICROBIALS, AND IF SO, DO THEY BECOME DOMINANT?
> (Are we providing the ideal habitat for the problematic
> This is not a novel concept. Recognize the resistance
> problems in pharmaceuticals (many of the anti-microbials in
> ag, and in paints..., are essentially the same compound.
> Someone just referenced the Hanta Virus in response to Mr.
> Connell's empty mouse trap analogy, as now being found in
> the US (simply an example of things changing).
> But one of the biggest points you miss, obviously by your
> statement that I think I am the watchdog of all knowledge
> and truth, is that how would you know what is true and what
> is not? It is not about being a watchdog, but about having
> gained by way of experience...
> I've witnessed scientists screwing up, learning new things
> that contradicted "old knowledge," and they were quite
> arrogant about it before they found out they were wron
> (sound familiar?). I have experienced the effects of
> suppression bias. This mold issue, has all the appearances
> of another learning experience for scientists, and if so, I
> hope you won't be too disappointed.
> Lastly, what's wrong with solving the problem? Has your
> idol done that?
> And that's the rest of the story YOUR Paul Harvey story
> didn't tell.
> Anyway, thanks for sharing your criticism although a little
> rough around the edges, but that's simply an indicator.
> On 2/16/04, 4XFloor wrote:
>> Hey FF. What makes you think you are the watchdog of all
>> knowledge and truth? You attack CC for anything he says
>> but dont provide no back up for what you say. I've read a
>> ton of your posts and you never provide no alternatives
>> yourself all you do is presume what CC says but dont
>> to pay attention to what he really says. Just like your
>> crap about cyanobacteria - first you creat an argument
>> dont exist and then you presume what CC would have to say
>> about it and then you say hes wrong when he aint even said
>> sh*t about it! what kind of an argument is that? You're a
>> freakin idiot. It dont take a genius to figure out that
>> dont even read YOUR posts. Your pretty arrogant to think
>> you have "the rest of the story" but have you ever been in
>> an empty barn in a heavy rain? There's a sh*tload of
>> coming out of an empty barn and when I read your posts I
>> dont think you got a whole lot hay up stairs old boy if
>> get my drift. I think you like to say stuff like "There
>> a long way to go go
>> in this, if for no other reason, microbes are constantly
>> changing, evolving, mutating, populations shift..." but
>> don't really know what that means cause you never follow
>> thru with the full thought so what do you mean by that
>> (give me exact examples of why thats a problem) at least
>> dont just f*rt in his hat like you do. He explains what
>> says and back it up while you just seem to f*rt cause you
>> like the sound of your own voice. I dont se that your
>> doing nothing to solve ANY problems old boy, your just
>> spinning your wheels on this board cause nobody listens to
>> you at home.
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