Update: If Duncan's "Brain Trust" (they really do call themselves that) can't be bothered to read what I said, I don't care what they stupidly prattle to each other about. Eschaton is just an example of what happens when the host of a blog gets lazy and runs a chat room for profit instead of thinking about things.
Obviously, to guys like you it's a novel concept that when you read and look up citations instead of babbling about stuff without having done that, you're likely to come to other conclusions than ignorance is likely to produce. I prefer to increase the odds of getting it right over those of the proverbial broken clock.
Late hate: I take back what I said about Derbes being one of the few there who aren't idiots. Apparently you can teach Physics at the elite Lab School without realizing that in order to know what someone said you have to read what they said. But, then, he was the one who claimed Inherit The Wind, a largely fictitious distortion of the Scopes Trial was historically accurate. Seems a grad degree in physics isn't everything.