Because I’ve been studying Rossi v. Darden, I often am writing about Rossi’s blatant deceptions, which have come to be more than the raving of a yellow journalist about con artists and felons, they are now clearly evidenced in presented exhibits, and, as well, in the arguments Rossi has presented in his pleadings.
However, there is another side, and today, looking at something mentioned by Dewey Weaver, I came across this 2011 video, of Sergio Focardi‘s TedX talk, that presents it, clearly. The CC button will present subtitles, for me in English. I don’t know about other languages.
May he rest in peace.
I intend to write, here, about the implications of this talk, but I first wrote a specific critique of the talk, based on the translation, on a page for that.
Here, I will start with a word for those who have “believed in” Rossi or who decided that his work was worth serious investigation.
I do not wonder at that; I already understood, and this video nailed it.
More will be revealed.