Discussion in 'Science' started by Ashpool, Sep 28, 2010.
Spot on really.
sadly new scientist falls into that category fairly often, luckily they still discuss interesting topics which you can then go on to find out the real story behind.
I love this bit:
Haha, very nice.
Brillant, delicious reading.
love the links at the end of the article - Answers in Genesis, World Bible School and Support for Vaccine Damaged Children
I saw this the other day, it's pretty great. Makes me sad how accurate it is though
Yeah I liked it.
Outstanding! (And sadly, so true).
This is a reply to the article about the scientific paper
In this sentence I will give my opinion like I'm some expert. It will lean strongly to one side of the issue. I will likely post my opinion without reading the paper in question, possibly without reading the entire article on the paper.
In this post I will take a quote from your post out of context and attack your argument without actually addressing what you said.
I take a small snippet of your dialogue and abject to it without establishing the context for your comment by reading the article linked to by the OP. I will rave on at length about how rude and ridiculous your comment is, going so far as to question your chances of fruitful motherhood.
[EDIT: AWWW, SNap matarael...]
I will take your post
and arbitrarily break it down
so I can reply to every nuance you have expressed
line by line
instead of replying in a cohesive paragraph.
I will reply to your opening post as I either
a) want to feel like I've added something worthy to the discussion
b) want to show that I too share your view on this scientific matter which I clearly dont understand but will attempt to appear I have read up on this topic.
I honestly know that even though my reply will have no meaningful impact on what people think, I will come away from this post thinking I have achieved something and made people change their views with my own 1 minute Google search research which focused solely on a result which may only slightly support my position.