I feel you are too emotional while talking about a scientific problem. It may not be that wise to use not very scientific language to discuss something that at least is for the knowledge of scientisits, even if you feel which is not really scientific. Your audience, I believe, mostly are scientists or at least related to scientists. So I think it may be more convincing if you keep a more scientific manner, and let others judge for themselves on what you have criticized are truly trashes or not. I have heard of Carey, and, if my memory is correct, even had attended one of his presentations when I was still a student. However, I do not recall he had ever impressed me, and I also have hardly found his work in the literature that I may use. His views, or the views close to his, are not prevailing, so why not let they go as they are? People can always express their views, good or bad, if they are able to. But, as we know, only those views that are truly scientific or that can really approximate the physical truth will be accepted eventually. I think this is the way science is.
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