Hi Bruno,

I agree. It is as if being very skilled in one field leads a person to the belief that they are infallible in any other. I have seen books that discuss this... Most of all, your point about arguments from authority must not be missed! ;-)


----- Original Message ----- From: "Bruno Marchal" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Re: How did he get his information?

Le 03-juil.-05, à 06:55, Stephen Paul King a écrit :

Charlatan, maybe...

I have discovered that *many* scientist can be serious in a field and
very bad or even charlatan in another field.
It is certainly a reason to be skeptic of all authoritative arguments.



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