"But having expressed doubt about the first three words of the Anita quote
above, I concur with the rest of it, entirely. It is true that I have that
view. I doubt it's worth. Bit it's not worth the paper to argue whether the
statement is the 'truth';..."
I left out a 'don't'. The third sentence should read:
"I DON'T doubt its worth."
I later said:
"I believe it can and should be argued that modern organic farming can be
more scientific that modern scientific agriculture..."
in which the second 'that' should be 'than', as in "modern organic farming
can be more scientific THAN modern scientific agriculture"
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