Sorry Michael, once again you are wrong. The fact that Mr. Shedlock quotes people with whom he disagrees, does not automatically constitute an endorsement of those people's arguments or theories. In fact, your contention that Mr. Shedlock "owns" someone else's comment just because he quoted it is silly. And by silly, I mean:
1. foolish: lacking common sense
2. trivial: unworthy of serious concern
NOTE: I am NOT calling Michael silly. I am calling his contention or argument silly. There is a difference.
Mr. Shedlock has provided rather lengthy quotes that avoid the temptation to take them out of context. In fact, he has also included links to the reports, studies, articles that he has quoted.