Cijadrachon (cijadra at zedat.fu-berlin.de) wrote:
:wej3715 at scully.tamu.edu (Walter Eric Johnson) wrote:
:: >: > As far as Cheng's honesty? He claims to have all these great
: >: > things he has discovered (460 volumes worth!) but everything
: >: > he posts is pure, unadulterated crap. =
: >: Talking about your own prejudiced yapping? What else have you shown to
: >: us that you have is not "crap?"
:: Are you talking/writing to yourself often?
:: How about you enlighten us with yours?
:: >The first point marks you, in my mind, as just another person who
: >doesn't understand the subject and rather than attempting to learn
: >the subject, makes it up in his mind.
:: ...said one sense-censored, not using some of the senses the Vatican
: forbade for brain energy perception, to the other...
:: Maybe Cheng is
: - really busy with his projects
: - and not that much into giving you his theories because you are not
: giving constructive criticism or at least your theories concerning
: what he sais but are basically just taking your moods out?
:: At least he has the courage to give his and you not.
What Cheng doesn't know, he makes up. Since he doesn't know much,
he makes up a whole lot. Then he can stand around and pose as one
who has knowleldge but doesn't seem to realize that it only makes
people laugh at the pathetic sight.
Your approach to neuroscience seems to be to perceive it through
the use of drugs. Your approach is equally pathetic.
I'm trying to learn the subject by studying it. Although progress
is slower through this method, the results will be a far greater
knowledge than is possible by either of your approaches.