The parent message contains "debateable" information?!! What?
It's a question about using UT, posted on a UT support forum. A very relevant question I would think, about chelating, that some might have something to contribute to.(and might wish to learn from )
Am I to believe the UT forum (non-debate) is only allowed to have messages that say,
essentially, hey, welcome to the club! and other such useful posts? because there are, no doubt, by these standards, a lot of "debateable" parent or child threads.
This is getting more foggy, not less.
"When not to drink Urine"
was another very useful non-debate posting -- unless someone has a trigger-finger for the word "not", or didn't read. But I would hope people WOULD actually read before they react.
Oh, it was copied? Not removed from the UT forum? Too complicated for me to keep track of.
According to whatever the criteria are for something to be called "debateable"
then this thread should be moved...