See 'Scientists Confront Velikovsky' edited by Donald Goldsmith;
Foreword by Isaac Asimov; includes chapter by Carl Sagan.
At 12:48 AM 01/18/2001 -0500, you wrote:
>John Marlow <email@example.com> Wrote:
> > I do not support Velikovsky, am not in fact familiar enough with his
> > works to render an opinion one way or the other
>You don't have an opinion?! You don't have an opinion about Jupiter
>spiting out a comet
>that then came near the earth and then caused the Red Sea to part and then
>a circular orbit around the sun and then became the planet Venus ?! You
>think this matter
>is actually worth further investigation?! Neutrality on stupidity of this
>colossal magnitude is
>inexcusable and unforgivable.
> >You, on the other hand, have studied the matter carefully, I'm sure.
>Yes, I've studied Velikovsky, I can say with confidence that I've given
>the man all the time he
>deserved, about 4.3 seconds.
> John K Clark firstname.lastname@example.org
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