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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #360 on: November 25, 2021, 02:55:51 PM »
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All I can say is that you should read the book before judging it.
??

Why would I buy the book ? I can judge it any way I want. You can ignore anything I say. That's how it works. Free will..etc.
Lol ok

Chaucer, you have lived up to your academia calling and standards and done us a service with your post on Dr. Edwards' book.  Bruce Smith, who is probably the most prolific serious Cooper writer to date, has also praised the book.

My complimentary copy of the book and a second copy I ordered through Amazon only arrived this week.  And with other pressing matters at hand, I will probably need at least another week or maybe two to read it in detail.  But from all indications so far the description of the book as a "masterpiece" appears to be completely correct.

So a great book from Dr. Edwards and a great evaluation from Dr. Chaucer.
 
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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #361 on: November 25, 2021, 03:25:05 PM »
 man, what's with all the ass kissing?
"a great book" ?

why is it a great book?
It's like everyone's turned into a Kim Kardashian instagram "I did it for the likes" influencer.

Cooper would choke on his bourbon.

-Dr. Snowmman
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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #362 on: November 25, 2021, 03:28:01 PM »
Best chuckle of the day, so far, Dr. Snow.
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #363 on: November 25, 2021, 04:00:33 PM »
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All I can say is that you should read the book before judging it.
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Why would I buy the book ? I can judge it any way I want. You can ignore anything I say. That's how it works. Free will..etc.
Lol ok

Chaucer, you have lived up to your academia calling and standards and done us a service with your post on Dr. Edwards' book.  Bruce Smith, who is probably the most prolific serious Cooper writer to date, has also praised the book.

My complimentary copy of the book and a second copy I ordered through Amazon only arrived this week.  And with other pressing matters at hand, I will probably need at least another week or maybe two to read it in detail.  But from all indications so far the description of the book as a "masterpiece" appears to be completely correct.

So a great book from Dr. Edwards and a great evaluation from Dr. Chaucer.
I received my complementary copy a few days ago also ! I also have been very busy with guests coming over for Thanksgiving. However I have scanned through the book and it’s a beautiful designed book as Darren mentioned on his Podcast! I’ll give my honest evaluation after I have fully read every page and digested it’s entire content!
Have a great Thanksgiving everyone!
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #364 on: November 25, 2021, 04:04:06 PM »
oh, I get it now.

It's like all the reviews you see on Amazon, where someone got something for free.
It's like everyone got complimentary copies?
Now I understand why it's a great book...:)
And why apparently it's difficult to write a description of what makes it "great"

So far, I've just heard that it has wrong information, apparently.  (restating Tom's Ti work, with no confirmation or okay from Tom?)
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #365 on: November 25, 2021, 05:01:58 PM »
It’s a great book because I read it and judged it to be so.

Free will, remember, snowman?
 
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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #366 on: November 25, 2021, 05:19:14 PM »
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It’s a great book because I read it and judged it to be so.

Free will, remember, snowman?

Excellent! truth will out!
The bible is a great book too! I read it and ...someone else told me so.
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #367 on: November 25, 2021, 05:34:22 PM »
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...his suggestion that the airstairs were locked in a down position...

Aside from the usual bickering...

I'm curious - If he thinks the stairs were locked down, then what does he think caused the pressure bump?
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #368 on: November 25, 2021, 05:36:58 PM »
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...his suggestion that the airstairs were locked in a down position...

Aside from the usual bickering...

I'm curious - If he thinks the stairs were locked down, then what does he think caused the pressure bump?
In an attempt to re-rail the thread, perhaps Darren should have the Doc on again to address some of his claims.
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #369 on: November 25, 2021, 06:22:33 PM »
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oh, I get it now.

It's like all the reviews you see on Amazon, where someone got something for free.
It's like everyone got complimentary copies?
Now I understand why it's a great book...:)
And why apparently it's difficult to write a description of what makes it "great"

So far, I've just heard that it has wrong information, apparently.  (restating Tom's Ti work, with no confirmation or okay from Tom?)

The reviews on Amazon almost always include the phrase "Verified Purchase" at the top of the review.  Translating from the Greek, this means that the reviewer purchased the book being reviewed.

Snowmman, for unknown reasons terms like "ego problems", "sour grapes", etc., etc., come to mind when reading some of your recent posts.  Have you and Georger actually read or even seen the book?
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #370 on: November 25, 2021, 06:48:46 PM »
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...his suggestion that the airstairs were locked in a down position...

Aside from the usual bickering...

I'm curious - If he thinks the stairs were locked down, then what does he think caused the pressure bump?
In an attempt to re-rail the thread, perhaps Darren should have the Doc on again to address some of his claims.

Does he not address that in his book? What he thinks caused the pressure bump, if not the stairs rebounding?
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #371 on: November 25, 2021, 06:59:56 PM »
Maybe? I’ll have to take another listen, but my memory is that he was reluctant to discuss specific things like that.
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #372 on: November 25, 2021, 07:18:49 PM »
Not the podcast, in the book.

Not that big a deal, I'm just curious if he had a different idea about it.
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #373 on: November 25, 2021, 07:25:28 PM »
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Not the podcast, in the book.

Not that big a deal, I'm just curious if he had a different idea about it.
There were some ideas of his that I felt could have benefited from a more elaborate explanation. Other things were meticulously presented in detail.
 

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Re: The Cooper Vortex Podcast
« Reply #374 on: November 25, 2021, 07:32:20 PM »
Like I said, not that big a deal, but I am curious so I'll try one more time...

In the review of Dr. Edwards' book that you posted on the previous page of this thread, you stated that he thinks that the stairs were in a locked down position. So, in the book, does he say what he thinks caused the pressure bump, if not the stairs rebounding?