Re: UPLAND LANDSCAPE ALTERATION IN SOUTH EAST IRELAND.
Feb 09, 2012, 01:02
I am willing to assist in any way, for anyone, to examine the evidence.
I am reminded of the problem Gallileo encountered when he invented the telescope.
One of the cardinals of Rome decided that it could not be done. And when Gallileo invited him to look into that telescope, to prove him wrong, the cardinal refused to do so.
Therefore, it was not so.
I do not in any way wish to be derogatory, but I have over the past 10 years, walked, examined, and documented most of the upland areas of south east Ireland. If others have not done likewise, then I suggest they address more pressing matters, such as who presents a television programme of debateable value.