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Young Ian's latest article struck me as being near-petulant in his failure to avail himself of readily available information. Certainly there are some legitimate questions to be asked about YONG, but he seems to feel that anything he cannot understand (without benefit of detailed research) is a sign of fraud.

I could not help but wonder if this attack reflects an immature response to YONG having responded to his first attack; he strikes me as the type who cannot bear to be shown publicly as imperfect. YONG's response to his first attack was, I thought, quite tempered, while the response to this one may be seen as provocative. I would not be surprised to see that, rather than being properly chastised, young Ian reacts with something especially vicious.
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