Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Jason Lisle Replies?

I have just had an anonymous reply to my critique of Jason Lisle's attempt to solve the Star Light problem. The point made by "anonymous" is in error and perhaps I will deal with it in detail in due course.

If you're out there Jason can you first claim the responsibility for your post and your error? (Or who ever it is). Frankly, it is time ill spent explaining in detail  to every anonymous YEC who comes along and who has convinced themselves of an error just where they have gone wrong. If you want a proper discussion unveil yourself. If not the clue is: "Think cones" and you will begin to see where you have badly erred. And next time, can you do me the curtsey of reading my post properly rather jumping to an erroneous conclusion? I find your righteous tones hard to take given that you can't even be bothered to engage with the material properly and instead furtively lurk unidentified..

Goodbye. 

PS See the link below for the new comment, which as a working hypothesis I'm going to assume is from Jason Lisle.


PPS If I am are dealing with Jason Lisle here I bear in mind one thing: He has a heck of lot to lose in terms of his YEC standing. So if it is him who has replied that may be why he wishes to remain anonymous. I don't want to pander to that kind of social vanity.


28/05/12: Latest Bulletin: I have had a second reply from the person signed in as anonymous (Follow link above). The person claims not to be Jason Lisle. That may be good news: The person signing on was clearly unaware of the gravitational field that Jason's "ASC" model generates. Thus, it is still possible that for Jason the realisation has dawned, although he is not broadcasting it if it has! I have advised the person concerned to take the problems back to Jason himself. 

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

In a recent article Lisle promises:

"I intend to work on many of these issues [not the ones you're talking about, mind, but ones for "secular astronomers"], expanding the Anisotropic Synchrony Convention (ASC) cosmological model and comparing its predictions with the data."

We shall see...

eyeonicr said...

Hmm, it seems that posting comments on blogspot blogs while using noscript is a bad idea. Hopefully this doesn't also show up as 'anonymous' - though I promise you I'm not the guy you're talking about above. :)

Anonymous said...

In a recent article Lisle promises:

"I intend to work on many of these issues [not the ones you're talking about, mind, but ones for "secular astronomers"], expanding the Anisotropic Synchrony Convention (ASC) cosmological model and comparing its predictions with the data."

We shall see..

Timothy V Reeves said...

Thanks very much eyeonicr. Looks to me as if Jason Lisle has yet to learn his lesson!