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Discuss the note to the TED community on the withdrawal of the TEDxWestHollywood license.

For discussion: http://blog.ted.com/2013/04/01/a-note-to-the-ted-community-on-the-withdrawal-of-the-tedxwesthollywood-license

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  • Apr 3 2013: Thank you for the opportunity to comment on this subject, I am a professional scientist with 30 years of experience in top laboratories including Caltech 1976-1981, MRC LMB Cambridge 1982-86, and CSIRO Australia 1987-2010. Much of what the TED admin writes is not true. While it is true that (a) Suzanne or others are not professional scientists, and (b) most professional scientists would not agree with what they might have to say, it is certainly not true that they are promoting 'pseudo-science' as several noisy critics claim. Personally I have been studying crop circles in a scientific sense since 2002. Even a child or border collie could verify factually, that certain of them were not made by local humans here on Earth. That is really a momentous result, which ought to be discussed factually in the scientific community. Millions of Amercan citizens snould know this, if the Bill of Rights counts for anything at all? Yet it has been effectively been censored by TED. Weblinks are not allowed here, but if you search on Google for "hard factual evidence for three paranormal crop circles" or "a summary of the best puzzles in crop circle history", then you may actually learn something, which the TED admin seemingly does not want anyone to know. Please read those links, and then you will learn the facts.
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      Apr 3 2013: "Even a child or border collie could verify factually, that certain of them were not made by local humans here on Earth."

      Would that be a red collie?

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