posted on Dec, 28 2010 @ 08:36 PM
You dont seem to actually want to discuss this with anyone whatsoever, so why did you post this on the board?
There have definitely been people who are attacking you, but if you are new to message boards and the internet in general, let me tell you thats
pretty much the name of the game. You might want to get out now if it truly bothers you, its that way throughout the entire web.
However, in this thread, you have also received some really stellar replies. Personally, it has been interesting to explore your perspective through
this limited venue, but in the end, i cant really make heads or tails of it. It could just be bad communication.
To help in your exploration of these concepts though, i suggest reading up on the scientific method in general, and experiment procedures
specifically. Judging by how this particular experiment was performed, you would benefit greatly from learning such things! They really are helpful
when trying to explore your own personal hypothesis about specific events which are taking place around you. Setting up an experiment should
generally take significantly longer than the procedure or observations itself. You must take yourself and your bias out of the equation as much as
humanly possible. This allows the data to shine through much more clearly and results can be assessed with more clarity as well. When going into an
experiment, its not a bad idea to have a guess on which way things will go, but such thinking should be limited to the greatest extent possible. If
the scientist does not, they tend to work towards their individual hypothesis instead of letting the data speak for itself.
Good luck edrick! If you set up a properly run experiment, i for one would be extremely interested in the results.