Hi. This is TJHairball, aka the guy you shit yourselves worrying about whenever you remember my thrashing you in debate in the summer of 2004 - using the analysis of
Stardestroyer.net at that - and again in the summer of 2005. Some of you may remember when I demonstrated that the community is collectively inconsistent as well as Wong's analysis in particular.
As you may recall from the identifier attached to my Juno e-mail address and traces run on my IP address(es), my real name is Thomas MacIntee and I am resident of North Carolina; the latter is also known on NationStates, and the moderation staff there all know my real name, as I was one of them before retiring from active presence there.
There are approximately 1.0 Thomas MacIntee in the United States using that spelling, and you can find a great deal of information on me simply through Google
as a result.
At the time of my last posts here, I had completed the first three years of study of a five year program that culminated in bachelor's degrees in mathematics, physics, philosophy & religion [technically, although my course work for that degree program was almost exclusively philosophy; a separate philosophy degree is only now
being offered] from Appalachian State University, i.e., already had equal or superior math, physics, logic, et cetera coursework to that presumably completed by Michael Wong. That I have completed that program and begun graduate studies is trivially easy to verify.
(The above link will show my presence on various lists of alumni, graduates, dean's lists, in addition to my abortive music career and fencing rankings within the state of North Carolina and, curiously higher in the search algorithm, selected commentary about and to Islamophobes.)
My various advising professors in each of the three departments seemed optimistic about my ability to handle graduate work in their field, as a matter of fact, in the event that you should consider me spread too thin to possibly know what I'm talking about.
From my lofty vantage point, having approximately three times the relevant education as Michael Wong, and probably more than any of the individuals seen posting in the last 49 pages, I reiterate again that his analysis is inconsistent and in almost all regards inferior in every case to the corresponding articles on ST-v-SW.net regardless of the education of its author.
Even his "analysis" on creationtheory.org mostly demonstrates at best how poor logic and error-filled commentary can lead to the correct answer. He has, of course, done reasonably well to copy from lists of fallacies, but his lack of education in logic is plainly evident to someone who has taken several courses dedicated to logic.
You have challenged anyone with a science degree who thinks Star Trek could possibly win; I challenge you to find anyone who meets or exceeds my credentials in all my fields of study who agrees with your inconsistent and error-riddled analysis. By the standards offered, Wong
is not worth my
Nor, in my
opinion, is Stardestroyer.net on the whole (with my incidental apologies to C'tan), which is why I gave up on ever getting y'all to see sense.
For the most part, few highly educated and highly intelligent people are willing to touch the VS debate with a stick because of the evident irrationality of most of the participants, and the ultimate futility of the argument when, as my brother (nearly complete with his first master's degree himself, in computer science) pointed out, the result of any VS scenario will depend on who is exercising creative control.
In fact, many well educated and intelligent folks, such as my father, who has master's degrees in computer science and mathematics, or several of the professors who I mentioned the behavior of this community in, initially had difficulty believing
in the VS community as I described it to them during these debates - although not after reviewing the websites.
That said, I've wasted a perfectly good half hour telling that to you. I hope it furthers your educations, folks.