Like I said, you would rather be ignorant on the most recent research than take a chance that your preconceived notions are wrong.<quoted text>
Eric---like I said, prejudice and bias on your part
Hugh--- You have a habit of saying things with little regard for TRUTH. This post is no exception.
Eric--You'd rather be IGNORANT and bask in your predudice.
HughBe--- As I said above I shall say now because it is applicable once again in the SAME post. You have no regard for TRUTH. Why do you trample TRUTH, Eric?
I want you to pay close attention to my words.
YOU have FALSELY accused me of preferring to be IGNORANT of the matter.
PROOF that you were LYING: Previously I said, I don't have to read the research, I KNOW that such an assertion is FALSE.
How can I be IGNORANT of something when I KNOW it?
Explain, the meaning of "I KNOW that such an assertion is FALSE"
What is the meaning of KNOW and FALSE, dear Eric?
If you were not afraid that you would be proven wrong, you would read the research. You asked for a copy of the article on the research. Why not read the research itself? You didn't read the article either.