Jack White Posted January 16, 2006 Share Posted January 16, 2006 Jim, as someone with a background in the scientific method why do you say this: 'case closed'It is a hypthesis. Albeit one that you are convinced by. However that is not enough. Could you please provide the relevant directions to abstracts of responses within the scientific community (not amateur theorist responses) that are necessary in order to follow this discussion? There are vary few 'laws' in science, very few 'cases closed'. Judgement by peers in reputable independent scientific publications are what is necessary here it seems. Costellos theories are presumably published for the perusal of scientists. What are the headings/abstracts of relevance there? I'm not a scientist so I cannot judge a paper put forward by a scientist, (I'm only aware, through what you say, of the existence of a book and website that promotes this hypothesis) and I must depend on peer responses to guide. So a complete list of classification/field/publications abstracts that will pinpoint the relevant papers particularly those of scientists who have raised critical objections seem necessary here in order for an amateur to make any sort of responses. I have access to local universities and will follow up with any directions provided. (similarly the background papers would be helpful) John...everything you ask for is in TGZFH. I take it you have not read the book. Jack Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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