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Re: The Summers Theory: Time, Again, and Most Certainly NOT Overlooked
The Frederick Family wrote:
> I have been receiving a large dose of critique on the Summers Theory, some
> constructive, and some totally senseless (note to one person out there
> calling themselves "Butthead": Knock it off. You can't even present me with
> a decent attempt at an argument.).
That was a quote from Beavis and Butthead...I thought it fitting.
> I am a paleontologist just entering the field,---This angers me.You are
> obviously NOT a paleontologist.Nor am I.But I make no wild claims to that
> effect either.--
I regret at overlooking the celluloid and mammalian stages
> life, but I am trying to stake comparison ground with humanity and the
> dinosaurian kingdom. True, humanity may have branched off the mammalian
> sector of ancient life as well, but at this basic time I was comparing the
> celluloid, microscopic, germ-esque life, the flora, and the dinosaurian
> kingdom. However, I am sticking with my theory at this time, and if there's
> anybody out there willing to help me get started and fill in some of the
> gaps in my research, I'd really appreciate it.
First you need to gain some understanding of the life sciences.Yes we
all make mistakes,that you don't know the subject is fine.What isn't is
claiming your something that your not, and then attacking those that
have a problem with what your doing.
> Brittany Frederick, paleontologist and author--an interest is only the
> starting point and the desire to become a paleontologist.Your claiming a
> title that many strive HARD to attain through the proper channels.
> "The age of the dinosaurian kingdom....an age of fantastic events lost,
> destroyed by extinction....yet there is still so much we can learn."
Please be honest and don't put "paleontologist" on your book.There is
enough confusion in the general public's knowledge on this subject as it
is. Sincerely, Sean Connell