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Michael Gray's Avatar Jump to comment 20 by Michael Gray

For instance, he advocated on national television that people not brush their teeth or floss.

Utter bollox.
Does not Gell-Mann, nor any contrary commentator recognise that Dick was employing rhetorical hyperbole to make a point about unsubstantiated superstition?
Honestly, what is wrong with you lot?

I will also mention he blew off Linus Pauling when Pauling attempted to give him help on his cancer.

The quack Linus Pauling of the "Vitamin-C will cure all ills!" Pauling?
Spare me from the irony.

Mon, 21 Mar 2011 12:32:17 UTC | #605312