We don’t care too much when our carefully researched findings are ignored by the ignorant. For those that want to believe that Jeff is guilty of murdering his parents, we could probably hand them a pre-recorded confession from Christopher and they’d still be unmoved.
But when significant and compelling material is dismissed publicly by those that are influential, intelligent and apparently well-informed, that’s a different matter. How Jonathan Holmes was able to make his own summary judgement on the significance of our work is perplexing. Thanks then, for more balanced and reasonable commentators like Shelley Gare, prepared to call out Mr Holmes and his “jars of certitude”. (Scroll down halfway through Shelley’s issue 9 to see her summary Jonathan Holmes and the importance of being right.)