noise of Eugene Leitl
F. Frank LeFever
flefever at ix.netcom.com
Sat Jun 20 14:12:14 EST 1998
In <3588ca5b.589949 at news.zedat.fu-berlin.de> cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de
>flefever at ix.netcom.com(F. Frank LeFever) wrote:
>>More of his psychotic-sounding nonsense,
>As usual non-psychotically you are scientifically not quoting the
>parts you are having differing opinions about, and as usual avoid
>giving scientific proof against what I say, and as usual you are going
As cijadra admits (v. infra), he is not interested in scientificc
>>squeezing out legitimate neuroscience discussion again.
>Are you talking about yourself?
>Your enitre post had nothing to do with neurology, but just with your
>warfare against me and primitive insulting.
My intent was to clear the channel and allow a return of the newsgroup
to neuroscienced discussion.
>...By the way, I am still impressed by what you wrote about memories.
There would be more such things to interest you and perhaps even
impress you (form myself and others) if you desist from clogging the
channel with your self-indulgent free-association or whatever it is.
>I have no special interest in arguments being scientific, so for me it
>is sufficient of you are f.e. giving the areas of the brain or remarks
>about energy ranges and what they can be used for or something like
>that and say where you are thinking what instead.
If you have no inerest in scientific arguments, perhaps you should not
even be readinbg this newsgroup; but certainly you should not be taking
space away from people who are interested in scientific arguments,
scientific research, and the data produced thereby.
I don't think I'm the only neuroscientist who finds your fantasies
about "energy ranges" and "what they can be used for" and other
private-language (neither English nor German, I think) allusions to
"brain surfing" to be too ill-defined for discussion or for scientific
test. They sound alarmingly like hallucinatory experiences...
>Would it bother you a lot to mayhap return to the scientific levels
>you seem to aspire so much?
I (and probably many other neuroscientists trying to use this
newsgroup) would like nothing better!
>(I wish I'd speak your language better, English restricts me...)
I'm not sure it is the English language which restricts you; even auf
Deutsch the discipline of scientific definition and usage would elude
you, I fear. Prove me wrong, please.
Post auf Deutsch and see if Leitl or others more fluent in German than
I am can make any sense of it.
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