Mark S. Bilk
msb at netcom.com
Mon Oct 18 01:10:02 EST 1993
In article <sheafferCEHqAy.J3M at netcom.com> sheaffer at netcom.com (Robert Sheaffer) writes:
>In article <mcgrath.748832803 at hyperius> mcgrath at hyperius.cs.uiuc.edu (Robert McGrath) writes:
>>Some of his claims are:
>> 1. He has studied "micro-seizures" of the temporal lobes. This is sort of
>> like invisible epilepsy. Or maybe its normal for some people but noone
>> noticed it before.
>Turning to Chiropractic theory, we find a concept quite analagous
>to this. Perhaps Persinger should refer to this as "subluxations of
>the mind"? :)
You draw a totally unwarranted analogy to a phenomenon you don't
believe in, as a way of jeering at Persinger.
This is much sleazier "reasoning" than the sort you condemn in others.
I think you just bit yourself in the butt.
> Robert Sheaffer - Scepticus Maximus - sheaffer at netcom.com
> Past Chairman, The Bay Area Skeptics - for whom I speak only when authorized!
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