peterkirk at qaya.org
Fri Aug 27 06:06:02 EDT 2004
On 27/08/2004 06:42, J. Raymond Kelley wrote:
> Uri Hurwitz wrote:
>> Brian Roberts <formoria at carolina.rr.com> wrote, inter alia:
>> ".... your post has an elitist tone which is quite disturbing.
>> Scholars are not a priesthood who can only be questioned seriously by
>> other priests. We must not undervalue the perspective of the fresh
>> eye, no matter whence it comes...."
>> Now this point of view is quite refreshing. To follow it through why
>> reject Valikovsky, isn't that too a bit elitist? And while we are at
>> it, how about Nostradamus?
> Or Copernicus? Or Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar?
> If two is the magic number of examples ...
If you need three, try Wegener and his continental drift theory.
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