- Jan 15, 2013
- United Kingdom
No. The procedure involved in the original study undeniably involves self-evaluation. That's core to the entire study. That is literally impossible to do with subjects that are incapable of self evaluation, such as numbers.Ok, message received, just trolling then.
In response to this being pointed out, the only thing you've done is endlessly repeat and insist it was the same procedure. Absolutely zero explanation for how to square that circle.
So no, you don't get to just say "oh well I'm right, bye". Either explain how random numbers could self-evaluate, or admit the procedure was not the same. Those are your only two intellectually honest options.