I have to agree with Claude Mariotti’s assessment at the end of this post. I get this kind of incoherent pablum all the time. There really is no end to it. People think because they can construct sentences and group them that the ideas therein have some inherent sensibility to them, no matter that not a single fact supports them (“I heard someone say it, or I said it, therefore it is coherent and true”). In case the emailer sees this post, I challenge him to provide real factual data (which means something beyond where they heard it; that nonsense exists does not mean it is proven not to be nonsensical).
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The emailer did not like my post because he knows he is right in what he said. Thank you for the link.
@cfmario: figures – I’ve made something of a mini-career responding to this kind of nonsense. Kudos, Claude!