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To Brigitte Muehlegger: YOUR arguments or HIS arguments?

Mar 30, 2002 07:55 PM
by danielhcaldwell

Dear Brigitte, 

You wrote in part:

"Daniel will probably not really respond to the content of MY 
arguments, just place more links to distract and confuse people 
instead." caps added.

But are they really YOUR arguments. Brigitte, how much of the text 
in your post at:
did YOU actually write?

For example, you know very well that most of your text about Robert 
Crookall is simply copied (with several changes here and there) from 
pages 114 and 115 of a book on reincarnation by a certain philosopher.

So is that really YOUR argument in that part of your posting or the 
argument of a certain philosopher who lives in New York City?

Why do you copy/appropriate page after page after page from this same 
book into your numerous postings without quotation marks, and without 
acknowledging that someone else wrote the material? Then you add 
your name to the postings. Some may therefore think you are a 
prolific writer. 

This latest "copying without acknowledgment" simply confirms what Dr. 
Brendan French wrote months ago. He wrote that you had:

"published papers 'by the editor'[meaning you Brigitte Muehlegger as 
editor of your website] which directly plagiarise (without 
acknowledgement or permission) material from my thesis. . . . "

See Dr. French's posting at:

Yes, I may have more responses later.

Daniel H. Caldwell
"...Contrast alone can enable us to appreciate things at
their right value; and unless a judge compares notes and
hears both sides he can hardly come to a correct decision."
H.P. Blavatsky. The Theosophist, July, 1881, p. 218.

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