Joined: Oct. 2005
It doesn't seem that way so why do you think that?
That aside, first, I don't see you answering anyone's points over there, and most of the people there are making a whole lot of valid points, mostly ones that have been made here over MANY pages.
Second, "troll" is your standard go-to accusation when you can't answer criticisms or questions, so your charge doesn't carry much weight.
PainInTheAssInternet seems to have your number.
|"The concepts the theory covers are now basic science: only sufferers of the Dunning–Kruger effect and trolls have a problem like you have with it." |
Not a theory, not "now basic science", and pretty much everyone you've encountered here, there, and everywhere else has problems with it.
|Also, I'm still disagreeing with the word "theory". As long as models are not tested on a hypothesis to test accuracy and predictability, you're just risking to write down interesting, but potentially useless stuff.|
So my question then is, you do realize that your model does not have anything to do with how biologists try to model the real world, right? .... It does not provide anything to the topic of biology. And it has no connection to the real world.
| A scientific theory is a well-substantiated explanation of some aspect of the natural world that is acquired through the scientific method and repeatedly tested and confirmed, preferably using a written, pre-defined, protocol of observations and experiments. Scientific theories are the most reliable, rigorous, and comprehensive form of scientific knowledge. So, no. You're wrong.|
This is presupposition, with the explicit goal to match facts to the pre-established conclusion, while disregarding anything that runs counter to this conclusion. Work on that, the rest of the post is empty words.
|Your blog entry won't even pass the first barrier though, since it isn't even a proper hypothesis, let alone a theory. But just send it in so you can finally get over this delusion that you are doing science.|
You are not fooling anyone. No one thinks you are on the side of science.
| Yup. It's clear to him because there's only one possible conclusion in his mind. To those of us who don't subscribe to his fantasy mythology bullshit religion, it's just... weird, disjointed, and rather dumb.|