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|Quote (Albatrossity2 @ Sep. 22 2007,21:19)|
|Quote (Ftk @ Sep. 22 2007,19:15)|
|Quote (blipey @ Sep. 22 2007,16:20)|
This might be a great time for you to substantiate that my claim of question dodging is untrue. Please take the requisite 3 seconds to show an example of supersport answering a question. Examples of JoeG doing the same would be great as well (on his thread, of course).
You have made this claim that I am wrong. In your new "show the evidence mode" I guess you'll now be showing me the proof?
Blipster, just because you don't like or agree with a person's answer doesn't mean they didn't give one.
And, dude, I am all about substantiation this time around. Here are just some of his answers...
Here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here
Baloney. Answers which are just opinions, unsupported by facts, are NOT answers, even "this time around". Click on those 9 links and you find that sporty's answers were, in reality
#1- a bald-faced assertion unsupported by evidence
#2 - answering a question by posing another question, which was not an answer
#3 - an opinion, later shown to be complete bs
#4 - a busted link, perhaps you copied the URL wrong
#5 - an opinion that a dinosaur fossil is 6.8 thousand years old, unsupported by evidence
#6 - an opinion, later debunked
#7 - a quotemine of an article, which was shown not to back up his assertion at all
#8 - same bs as #7, repeated for comic effect?
#9 - a bunch of bs which avoided an actual answer
Furthermore, he avoided ever backing up his claim that mental processes can generate life instantly, even though he was asked about this at least 9 or 10 times.
Sounds like your kind of guy.
So, Ftk, what about it? Are you going to let this stand? Normal, rational persons who really are concerned with education and the kids see this sort of thing as a progressive argument.
I asserted that supersport, JoeG, and yourself dodge questions (as evidenced by many threads here and other places).
You said "no we don't".
I said, "Fine. Could you provide some examples of questions being answered?"
After about 6,000 years (only capped at this number by the obvious age of the Earth), you provided a list of what you claim to be supersport answers.
Albatrosity2 showed that these were not, in fact, answers, but merely a slew of assertions and personal opinions.
It would now be on your shoulders to counter his (and my) claim.
Oh, wait, you don't have time...you've done it before...it doesn't matter...there's a conspiracy that counters whatever you say.... Let me translate that for you:
You have the attention span of a two year old are too lazy to continue an argument that you aren't smart enough to finish.
But I get the trick question- there isn't any such thing as one molecule of water. -JoeG
And scientists rarely test theories. -Gary Gaulin