Many a fool has stated, 'I wish not to argue', after having curtly argued their case. They allude to privileged knowledge but do not share it, for they have not the time for that either. Those who generously contribute to the education of strangers are, indeed, often short of time; their moral quest commands them onward.
Thank you ever so much, but I'm well aware of this, being a philosophy major and, much more importantly, being a reader/studier of it (and various other "intellectual" fields such as pseudo science/science) for over 15 years. Thus I know how to reason properly, thank you.
Therefore I take the stance to simply not engage those who I know to be demonstrably wrong, just as many evolutionary biologists will not argue with creationists/ID proponents, for it is a complete waste of time, like arguing whether the earth is flat or not. The material is there (in the case of physical burn in some on this very site for crap's sake) to research to ascertain whether or not such phenomena exists or not (thus it is hardly esoteric; nay it is public and easily accessible) for those who wish to argue otherwise, and if proponents of such false claims choose not to consider it dispassionately, this is due to their intellectual lacking (stubbornness, ignorance, irrationality, etc.). The burden of proof is on them to show how magic supersedes the constraints of physical reality and those that claim it does not and indeed even can not in principal are hardly obliged to counter their unfounded claims point by point. Many, alas, will never listen no matter how self evidently true the evidence is against their positions. Thus engaging such types is an exercise in futility and, yes, I simply have better things to do.
I would expect you to be keenly aware of all of this if you are indeed as educated and rational as you pretend to be via your frankly elitist (and somewhat convoluted) prose.
I will say no more on the issue: back to the thread!