RE: [asa] Sternberg quote

From: Janice Matchett <>
Date: Wed Mar 28 2007 - 14:44:49 EDT

At 01:17 PM 3/28/2007, Ted Davis wrote:
>The pattern here, perhaps inspired by the polarization of political
>media personalities in a post-modern age, is as follows: when you
>don't __like__ the larger implications (political, religious,
>cultural) that __some people__ are drawing from specific scientific
>conclusions, you go out and generate your own "science" instead of
>questioning the links that people are making with the generally
>accepted science. Go find your own "truth," as it were. ..."

@ You may want to re-think your conclusion - at least as far as it
relates to where I'm coming from.

It has nothing to do with what I don't "like". It has EVERYTHING to
do with the fact that the way I think and the way "_some other people
think_" is like night and day (polar opposite) - regardless of the
subject (political, religious, cultural).

Therefore I will reject as invalid and moot, any and all opinions of
those _"some people"_ to the degree that they show evidence of
"thinking" like those described

These "polar-opposite-from me-thinkers" are also succinctly described
in this book:

~ Janice ... If you ever see me attempting to "reason" with such
"thinkers", or with those who are naive enough to trust their
opinions, please have me committed - I will have lost my mind.:)

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