I've read some posts by the writer that are extremely informative, well researched and stem from his personal experience and skill set. On the other hand, I have read much that, as you suggested, the writer does not properly understand.
In the case of the latter, you are wrong, just try explaining to him that he may not understand something. You will be deemed vicious for such a personal attack, via a personal attack of course.
In this case it is not subject I know, nor claim to have experience with. I read it an it seemed to make some sense and offer insight that I thought was informative. After reading comments here I find that most feel otherwise, most who know FAR more than I care to on the subject.
As I have suggested before, when tasked with informing people with your expertise, one should stick to subjects of such expertise as others that accept such knowledge,a s I did here, will be easily mislead and lead astray, again as I was here.
However, this poster seems to feel that abusing such reader trust and just offering words for the sake of filling space is acceptable and validated.
Again, in this case I can't refer to accuracy either way, but I wouldn't be surprised as it is so very common from this particular editor.
No wonder you see people with half cocked and completely screwed up theories everywhere, they rely on information from the uninformed.
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