|Now for a more positive e-mail received last night:|
First of all, I want to commend you on a comprehensive and articulate analysis of the Neo-Tech literature. Your writing is cogent and your argument sound. I too have read the "Neo-Tech Discovery" and, like yourself, was dismayed to see such as advocate of rational thought delve into the realms of the "intergalactic internet" and other bizarre and unfounded assertions. Sadly, with Frank R. Wallace's passing, his son, (aka) Mark Hamilton, has taken up the torch of the quasi-Objectivism "Neo-Tech Discovery" and presented it in a new, even more deluded form - Neothink.
And second, your article efficiently and with integrity reduces the teachings of the "Neo-Tech Discovery" to its core: you present in a few pages what Wallace required several hundred to do. Too bad an abridged version of the "Neo-Tech Discovery" such as you provide is not available; a shorter (and therefore less expensive) literary work might hold a greater appeal to those who could benefit from the work. At any rate, I must commend you again, sir, on the quality of your literary review.