Let's ignore the fact that you present yourself as more logical than the entire Linux community yet you make many assumptions and ask very little questions about the theories of "many eyes" and "security through obscurity" and about how people would come to such conclusions.
Let's also ignore your own logical fallacies here such as the assumption that those that believe in security through the "many eyes" and also even the "security through obscurity" approach do not have perfectly logical and valid reasons to do so.
Let's ignore the fact that because you aren't convinced of the reasoning behind these theories that others who don't agree with your thinking do not have the ability to form reasonable conclusions.
Let's not ignore the fact that Linux updates are more frequent because the flaws are seen by more people and that the next logical step is that making the code more obscure prevents these frequent updates which provide better security to say nothing of the more secure locked down nature of any Linux OS.
Sorry but I don't respond to trolls well, so I'll just ignore all that and say cool story bro!
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