Significant silences (reply to Bart and Carlos)
Feb 23, 2006 01:59 PM
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Bart Lidofsky <bartl@...> wrote:
> carlosaveline cardoso aveline wrote:
> > But I find Daniel's silence on the theme very significant.
> Yes. If he acknowledges the existence of the accusations, it
> he takes them seriously. If he is not guilty, it's a bad idea,
> it gives them credence. If he IS guilty, it's a bad idea, because
> will believe him anyway.
Here is a fascinating refusal from David Green to provide any
information about himself to John Crocker, who suspected something
was rotten and expressed his doubts quite well:
If that dissertation was underway in 1999, surely it should be
completed by now.
While browsing through the 1999 theos-l archives, I noticed another
strange pattern of circumstantial evidence. There is a dramatic
inverse relationship between the posting frequencies of Green and
Caldwell. After many months of total silence, Green suddenly
reappeared with a vengeance in March 1999. Here is the pattern of
their posts for the year from then on:
March: Green 19, Caldwell 0
April: Green 11, Caldwell 0
May: Green 11, Caldwell 1
June: Green 11, Caldwell 1
July: Green 1, Caldwell 6
August: Green 0, Caldwell 2
September: Green 0, Caldwell 6
October: Green 0, Caldwell 12
November: Green 0, Caldwell 6
December: Green 1, Caldwell 9
I wish JRC were here to comment.
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