Jan Vigne claimed that Mr. Denny was turning to a such an explanation ...
This is not true.
... but when asked refused to provide what this assertion was based on.
This also is not true.
Sadly, both are true.
Jan, I asked you:
"Has Ted Denny adopted a "changes the listener" hypothesis rather than the "changes the physical sound" presented on the Synergistic website?"
You responded (6/1/10):
Not "rather" but, yes, as I read his statements he has referenced changes to the listeners' perception But you'll have to find it yourself - an impossible task for you to be sure.
Once again, you refuse to provide Mr. Denny's statements to which you refer. Instead you insult.
Please share this exegesis rather than continue your refusal. Please avoid silly semantic arguments as to the degree to which Mr. Denny is adopting such an explanation.
SHARE for a change. Make a POSITIVE contribution to the discussion.
Jan claimed he came up with a theory of operation by studying and giving the issue considerable thought.
This is only half true. I came by my hypothesis through thinking, reading, conversation and discussion which was then followed by empirical research and more thinking.
Cool! So TELL US what you concluded and how you came to this conclusion. Your "empirical research" would be of particular interest.
However, he refused to disclose this "theory," ...
I have disclosed my hypothesis several times on this forum.
So you claim. As I cannot find this, perhaps you will be so kind to show us ignorant, lazy, insufferable, idiots where you so posted.
Even better as I am probably not clever enough to follow a link - the procedure being so complex - you could simply copy your hypothesis here for all to see.
Time to put up, Jan.
As they say in Texas, you're all hat and no cattle.
So, where's the beef?