No quoting an entire article that is under copyright is a violation of copyright law and can land you with a heavy fine or in jail. Quoting a small portion is fair use, particularly if it is used for education purposes, you really need to get clued up on the law before you post nonsense.HexHammer wrote:Linking to something is not quoting, quoting just a small piece falls under "fair use" which doesn't not violate copy right, so yearh again you don't know what you are talking about.
Further you make no sense as usual, first you say I should just find the link, then you say the linked article is sub only, why would you claim I should go read something that is sub only?
Are you actually aware of what you are saying, or are you just trolling as usual?
If you don't believe me buy a subscription quote the entire article and then await the resultant tap tap tap that will mean your trip before the courts.
The pertinent part I quoted, sorry but this is a waste of my personal time, frankly I have better things to do than pander to some internet troll.
Are you aware that you are just trolling as usual?
Two can play at that game...
Prevaricating and failing to answer the topic is of course your prerogative, but I doubt anyone is going to take it seriously. Now you can either tackle the science or you can go on whining at me about IQ or whatever it is you do in lieu of rational argument, it is of course entirely your affair.
I provided science with science journal links which you are welcome to peruse, if you choose not to, then so be it. As I said before I am fucked if I care.