your post is demagoguery? It's kind of funny how you post this ill-informed twaddle, agenda-soaked nonsense, and when it's had the light of valid information splashed on it, it's emotional and with a different intent than to discredit posted crap. Like I said. You don't get it. The words or the ideas...
Nah. They're wonderful tools to use to play with fools who are so convinced of their infallibility as you. And I like that veneer of hauteur and smarmy self-righteousness you've imbued your posts with. As though what you write is to be unquestioned. Points to a rich pleasure with oneself and a careful denial of reality.
I defer to your apparently deep knowledge about bus stations and see libraries as more intelligent places with little of the ignorance you've shown here. Not all that many libraries will carry the crap science you seem to favor, except in the "fiction" and "wacko" sections.
You ought to get out more. And maybe out of Usenet. That's been utterly discredited. The initial buttertion was made from the results of an analysis that has defied duplication. Buying the results of one-shot "science" is hardly a recommendation for your diligence or breadth of knowledge.
Teflon talk 7535
Ken Davey You need to take a walk through the Hirschhorn museum to see the "Black Hole" that's a hemisphere with such a low albedo that you...
Sorry. Nope. There is no serious issue of aluminum toxicity from mainstream science. It's all that fringie-wacko bunch that tries to make everything into a doom-scene. I thought it was interesting that the aluminum toxicity stuff came from a web site that peddles "alternative" medical supplies. All that "food supplement" stuff that's really medicines but the packagers don't want to have to prove their spurious claims.
Teflon talk 7536
patches- You are right. I use cast iron pans that my rhat my greatgrandmother, grandmother , fatherand mother used and pbutted down to me (a riches of well seasoned and well made pans). I...
Teflon talk 7534
Bob (this one) Again I have to say - not true. Sigh. Time for a 'basic' lesson in physics. Firstly let me say there is *no* perfect...
Sure it is. Well, on second thought, maybe it's not nice. But sometimes, it's certainly appropriate. Like here. It's the truth.
The "error in terminology" is a flat-out blunder of understanding. If you had any understanding of what you were talking about, you wouldn't have made it. It's like saying that popovers are fried and when somebody tells you they're baked, you call it an "error in terminology."
I understood what you meant. You meant the shiny side is shinier. With not the remotest scintilla of what the implications are. Or are not.
Think of the post as "sweets for the sweet."
Becca Lebanese women can be weird about their cooking. They criticize each other's dishes horribly, and are completely...