[geocentrism] Re: Earth and science

  • From: j a <ja_777_aj@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2007 16:37:15 -0700 (PDT)

Yes, I am way behind on reading emails. But I thought it interesting I read 
this email and the following article on the same day
  I guess water can burn!

Paul Deema <paul_deema@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
    Neville J
  From Neville Jones Tue Sep 4 14:25:27 2007
    Your forced, highly reserved, concession is of little value, but at least 
it is some progress towards any form of genuine debate.
  I realised as I wrote it that it is a pretty 'stiff' concession. However, if 
I were to ask you to make such an admission about something which you believe 
to be pretty much proven, solid as the rocks under your feet, I suspect that 
you would be similarly un-malleable. Something like, "Are you absolutely 
certain that under any circimstance, water cannot be made to participate in the 
process of combustion?", simply -- water won't burn. You see, I don't think you 
would want me to lie to you or to compromise my integrity. As I've said several 
times here, if I am presented with verifiable contra evidence on any matter, I 
would be obliged to review my position. If the contra evidence were shown to be 
incontrovertible, I would be obliged to abandon my position. If, in addition to 
the latter, I were presented with incontrovertible evidence that your position 
were true, then I would additionally be obliged to join your camp. Are you 
prepared to make this statement also?
    If you really do have something interesting on your Super 8 reels, then I 
would be very careful to avoid railway crossings. Unless, of course, you view 
the odds that an author and his wife and daughter were just unlucky to be hit 
by a train on such a crossing, miles from anywhere, and that all copies, even 
distributed ones, of his 500-page report into the goings-on at NASA prior to 
Apollo 11, would naturally evaporate of their own accord, as being close to 
  My films are one of many copies sold by a local broadsheet newspaper 
contemporary with the event. I've little doubt there were many thousands -- 
probably millions world wide -- sold to the general public. I've not heard that 
NASA is trying to call back all these copies -- you'd think there would have 
been a ripple in the pond wouldn't you? And who is this un-named author? Are 
you testing me again?
  Have you seen those two items I mentioned in my last post (this thread) yet?

  Paul D

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