All of the comments that have been posted since my last communication have been addressed previously on this string. If you want the answers to your questions, simply read the string from the beginning to end. I will not repeat myself for your amusement, nor will you wear me down starting off topic
arguments. Indeed, this is a debate that I have already won
, so what is the point?
If W8JI needs something to do
and he and his followers feel strongly about the "peer review" issue, I would ask again why they don't get together and start their own
on-line "peer reviewed" ham radio magazine that publishes only
the technical articles they crave. To me, eHam.net is more of a ham radio community site that welcomes and addresses all
things related to ham radio in an informal
setting. It is something to be enjoyed after work, not
a second job. That is why it has been so successful and is the envy of many self-appointed eHam.net "gurus" that lack the vision and perseverance to start a successful effort of their own. Instead, they try to find ways to jump on the bandwagon with no personal investment and bask in the limelight of others. If there is such a clamoring for a peer reviewed technical site, there would be no gamble. So when are we going to see it?