Some well educated people are quite at ease with unique concepts. What changes educated minds is unique predictions that are supported by unique confirmation.Greylorn Ell wrote:DUAS contains about 40-50 unique concepts, including several that are certain to challenge the beliefs and opinions of any well-educated person.
As it happens, I've got you tagged as a well meaning scientific prophet, which would irritate me more than crackpot; so: sorry.Greylorn Ell wrote:So, kindly do not compare me to conventional believers and run-of-the-mill crackpots. I am not conventional, and could be the guru of all crackpots if I wanted such a silly job.
I recently sold one of my children, so I have as few shillings to rub together. If I were to buy a copy of your book, is there any particular concept, among the 40 to 50, which if it could be falsified, would bring the whole edifice down? That, really is the benchmark of a scientific theory these days; Karl Popper is rare amongst philosophers, in that some scientists think he made a good point.
No. Why do you think I might?Greylorn Ell wrote:BTW, do you happen to know of any good internet Charm Schools to which I might apply?