What happened to, "Dream on, John MacNeil." that you posted last evening, Mr.G.? The fact of the matter is, Mr.G., that you are claiming to be an authority. Not only are you claiming to be an authority, but you are claiming to be an authority in many fields. You routinely dismiss scientific evidence that is accumulated by experts, without showing cause, and expect everyone to believe you over them. You constantly question other people's credentials. That means that you regard yourself as the arbiter of last resort, which is assuming authority. No one really cares if you use your real name or some monicker, but you have to realize that by choosing to use a label that doesn't represent you legally, your view will always be regarded somewhat less than the view of someone who portrays his or herself for who they really are. Also, claiming to be a teacher is attempting to put yourself in the favorable guise of an authority figure, but when you do not display teacheresque qualities, that ego-stroking claim can be disregarded as not pertaining to the subject. You have made similar authority-figure claims on behalf of JamesR, saying that he is studying for a Phd in physics, yet when you read JamesR's writings on physics, such as this line, "The Earth's surface is not an inertial frame because it accelerates upward."--JamesR, it is obvious that JamesR doesn't understand physics, even though he, coincidentally, just yesterday claimed he is a teacher of physics. The fact that you guys make such claims on the internet while displaying minimal knowledge of the subject matter is reason enough for us to ask you to qualify your rejection of evidence. It is also reason enough for us to question your identity if you question the credentials of certified professionals. However, if you wish to keep your identity secret, then you must realize that there are credibility restrictions that go with that posture.