Bryan Moss <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > I'm just amazed at your theories of location
> > > and indentity. Tell me, what makes the walls
> > > different in this test? How can we tell they
> > > are different? How do you know there are two
> > > different people?
> > This is getting too silly to continue.
> Is that your only objection?
Are you deliberately being dishonest?
You deleted the list of six geometrical absurdities that I asked about in the very next sentence.
You keep selectively editing my responses to eliminate my objections, eliminate my questions for you, eliminate my test-cases for your theory, eliminate my list of logical fallacies you have committed, and cut down my lists of possibilities to only those items which do not disprove your theory. This misrepresents my actual response, and then you refute the distorted response that you have created for me.
You have done this about a dozen times in a row, and I am getting tired of giving you the benefit of the doubt.
Until you can respond to what I actually post, and not to your edited versions, we cannot have an honest debate.
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