Sent: Wed, 05 Sep 2007 17:39:48 +0100
Subject: [geocentrism] Fwd: Re: Re: Earth and science
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From: "Steven Jones" <midclyth@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [geocentrism] Re: Earth and science
Date: Tue, 04 Sep 2007 00:24:00 +0100
Nice reply Dad,
At last a reply that makes sense. From my perspective, I could say that
I’ve just written a piano concerto that took years to write, be really
happy with the achievement and then destroy the entire score!
On Mon, 03 Sep 2007 23:50:06 +0100, Neville Jones <njones@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I could simply be wrong, that's true.
> Now, will you admit and agree that you could simply be wrong?
> These were my words yesterday, but they have solicited no response from
> you. It
> is consideration of the fact that you seem incapable of comprehending a
> other than what you are taught that explains why I am not going to
> continue a
> pointless dialogue with you any further. To do so would be a waste of my
> and I have more important things to do.
> The only point I will pick up on, just because it is so glaringly
> obvious, is
> your very poor example regarding my remembering what I was doing on 22
> Jan 1969.
> Can you not see that the very reason that plans, reports, technical
> and details ought to be kept is precisely the fact that people do not
> such things over time? What you should have asked is whether I had kept
> that I had produced which were of some importance and value, at least to
> me. For
> example, had I kept my Ph.D. Thesis? Had I kept Masters Theses? Had I
> kept the
> source code to GU1? GU2? GU2.1? GU2.2? GU3.0? This is the real analogy
> and the
> answer to all of those questions would have been 'yes'. Real
> achievements by the
> American government agency, NASA, would likewise have been preserved I
> you. It's really a lot less difficult and expensive than producing
> reality images.