Thank you. I just check on your post.
So we could turn it round and praise each other?
There should be catchy titles lambasting 24-bit music, high resolution files, and all things Pono. The premise should be that these provide no audible improvement in sound quality and that these are basically consumer scams. It should be the first threads that people see when they stumble into this forum. It really does feel like a marketing war with an industry that has an absolutely deplorable history with regards to integrity and moral values over greed.
I would have never reached the lofty heights of 7,155 posts without my adoring fans. How could I ever forget you?
I'll set you up with a proxy or something if you need to hide from Currawong.
Putting the blame on the person making the non-scientific claims in the sound science forum? I'm okay with that. I myself stopped posting in those threads to him eventually, but I'm not going to hold it against people for trying to make valid arguments against voodoo. After all, people who don't know a lot about audio end up finding these threads; it's good to have reason sprayed in there. What's happened out of all this is two good threads locked and bigshot AWOL (I don't blame him); great outcome.
A few pages of bickering in hundred-paged threads is just what happens on the internet. Doesn't bother me none, and things end up righting themselves. But hey, you like how the mods handled it? Fine by me.
The science is the stuff that happens before people realize they are being trolled, at which point things devolve for a page or two. Locking threads for doing what threads of that size normally do seems the wrong way to handle things, esp. when said thread does contain large chunks of good scientific material / argument. But what's done is done, so I guess all we can do now is shepherd the new threads with more vigor, whatever that means.