Playdor's thread Jan 29, 2012 1:19:50 GMT -4
Post by twik on Jan 29, 2012 1:19:50 GMT -4
i think you misunderstand what is requested
i am asking for a peer review of my deductions and data
if you don't know what is correct and incorrect with what i presented, how will my reading the "Lunar Module Blast Crater Facts and Myths Revealed " make any difference?
you trying to motivate me to educate myself or avoid saying you can't grasp my ideas?
playdor, I don't think you understand what "peer review" means.
You don't get peer review by going on a website and posting a couple of paragraphs (or, for Patrick1K, a lot of paragraphs). You write up a complete article, and submit it to a scientific journal. The journal then invites experts in the field to review it, and identify any mistakes or weaknesses in your arguments. If none can be found, then the article can be published.
"Just asking questions" is nothing that *can* be peer-reviewed. You have to put together a coherent hypothesis, and the evidence you think support it. "But what about X?" is not the way it's done.