You are true genius to recognize that i copied from a website. Could it be THE LINK I published that propelled you to come to that confusion?The dunce, who has a doctorate in science, is online posting garbage on soils (that he's copied from some website). ROFL. He doesn't even know the difference between valence and oxidation state; or the difference between mole and equivalent; or the difference among normality, molarity, molality and formality. Ask the dunce a simple question on the scientific principles involved or on the accompanying calculations based on the chemical equations/the chemical concepts and he'll flee the scene in embarrassment. He's not only a dunce but a fanatic and a biased jerk as well. Shameless creature. LOL.
Be of use for a change.
Explain to us humble folk how much fertility of his soils would be due to quaternary events that fostered soil development (glaciation) and how much is a remnant of their tropical development 200 Million years ago.
Look at the changes in minerology composition (2:1 vs 1:1 clays) and relative weathering rates of these clays, and the impact of that on CEC to
Its a wide open question - i.e. I dont know the answer - With REAL WORLD implications
If the fertility is new then FR soils are just as good as mine. If the fertility is old, then his wife will have better cucumbers than me.