Dear Professor Wessely, I am writing this letter for several reasons. The first is to share with you what one of my University professors shared with me. When I was a university student, one of the professors told me the story of when he was sitting in a lecture at his university in his youth. An elderly man had been giving a lecture to a room full of students. This elderly man had spent his entire life working on a specific scientific theory. During the middle of the lecture, a young man walked in, interrupting the lecture. He took a piece of chalk and explained in 5minutes why the elderly mans specific scientific theory was wrong. He drew up a few equations on the blackboard and convincingly destroyed the elderly mans theory and everything he had worked on for over 40 years. Not only did the younger man prove the elderly mans theory wrong but he did it in front of an entire lecture hall, full of the elderly mans students. The elderly man looked over the younger mans writing and equations on the blackboard and pondered everything for a few seconds. The elderly man then shook the younger mans hand and told the younger man Thank you. Despite spending his entire life on a theory that had just been proven wrong the elderly man didnt persist believing in his original theory. The elderly man didnt get angry and didnt feel embarrassed about being proven wrong in front of hundreds of students. The elderly man was grateful for the advancement of science. This is the mark of a true scientist. This is what true science is all about. When a superior theory comes along or a current theory is proven wrong it is the mark of a true scientist to change their opinions. Heres the link to the rest of the article http://livingwithchronicfatiguesynd...nversing-with-professor-simon-wessely-part-1/ plus other links with his reply. cheers!!!