Originally Posted by tomk
Thanks for the links. I
haven't looked yet, and if it involves talk I am out for the moment,
alas, since the only computer I can use doesn't do sound for the moment.
But I wouldn't mind a serious look on my part into their tales and
presentations. It is definitely a rot of lot, and I think I can show so
too, in effective satire also. What I am interested in for the moment
is a written summary of his case, and also one by Wessely and one by
Sharp, also accessible on the net, without payment.
Hooper on Wessely
is excellent stuff though, except that it is too long and too technical
for most, unfortunately, and it - or the version I saw - also ought to
be somewhat better formatted. But Hooper knows his methodology and
philosophy of science, and Wessely doesn't. I do. (Part of his trickery
is from the blarney schools of philosophy though.)
It will be interesting and enjoyable to grind their pseudo science into
little bits, so if you can fuel me - see above - I'll be glad of links.