As you know, I have a new series to which I will add new installments as the mood strikes me and time allows. It is called, in general, "From the Cornucopia" and features observations, critiques and commentaries based on what I have read at "What's Left In The Church" from my blog roll list of left-leaning blogs.
In this case, I encourage any who can stomach the thought, to visit this particular post and peruse it and the ensuing comments. I'm not sure what I find more fascinating: the wacky points made in the post, or the wacky response to comments I posted.
My comments, of course, are in reference to the post and the general point being made about "nincompoops" attempting to comment on matters of science. But there follows at least one blatantly goofy point regarding reproductive matters that is put forth as a serious response to pro-life arguments. It tends to make an incredible nincompoop of the host actually, but he still tries to defend the notion, along with his boy. Worse, they view my more logical understanding of the matter with no small measure of incredulity.
Now, I know my like-minded readers are not keen on the idea of spending another nano-second at this particular blog. I understand their reluctance and am saddened they do not derive the same joy I do in exposing the expressions of sophisticated thought so common there for the delusions of grandeur they are. But it really is a typical attitude of the leftist mind that is so commonly on display. That is to say, if one truly wishes to understand what a common leftist looks like, there can be few better examples than this particular blog.
At the same time, I have no issue with those visitors not of like mind to check it out and return with their impressions and explain one of two things (assuming agreement with the host of that blog):
1. Where a scientific point is discussed, what makes their argument correct and mine not?
2. What demonstrates a closed mind and how could that possibly be mine and not theirs (and specifically, Geoffrey's)?
All honest observations and comments are welcomed and hoped for from virtual friend and foe alike.