OK, so you disagree with 1 out of the over 200 extracted descriptions matched to the contents of the Ancients cd-rom.
You may not have noticed that on the on-line evaluation TEST page, I have given it a preselected ‘maybe’ and not a ‘yes’.
So you may be surprised to learn that while I support Mr Pegg’s explanation, I personally only give it 50%
We have, after all, been talking about Mr Pegg’s explanation.
As far as a poll goes, the stats are speaking for themselves.
So far from 18 people, the average is 95.41 percent match of descriptions/contents to the Ancients cd-rom
My personal score is the second to lowest one shown, 92.18
Therefore other people are being more generous with their ‘opinions’ than myself.
Eddy, shouldn't that be more than 18? Well, at least one more, considering I did take your test, and btw. I want my time back please. The fact that in all this time only 18 people have taken your "test", should tell you something. Your little idea (I refuse to even dignify this with the appellation theory) needs to much twisting of facts and only works with assumptions. That's not research, that's not facts.
From the link in the OP, three biblical writers who document an encounter with an ‘angel’ relate what they were shown (and told).
Ezekiel does this in 101 often sequential verses.
Daniel does this in 69 often sequential verses.
John does this in 59 often sequential verses.
220 (combined, excluding double ups) extractions regarding the ‘book’ held by the ‘angel’ with the three writers’ personal descriptions of what they saw from it, is not cherry picking.
No. Even in your tests you cherry picks quotes and construct questions around it. That's cherry picking pure and simple.
That is just the one that is being currently covered in this thread. I am sure that if we looked at the other 199, we'd find 1/3 or 1/2 are just as contrived. I am really sorry that I don't have time to go over every single one. So, all I have time for is to reference the ones I've seen/read on this thread.
That is not an objective poll. It is a poll of likely believers who Want to read what is on the site. Look at your "Visitor" count of how many people have visited and compare to how many took the test. That is a better number to use to evaluate whether people believe or not.
You'll find that it is rather 2/3 that you'll find to be as contrived.