Again I don't think you or I have the faintest idea of what Dr. McClure or anybody else is thinking and I would appreciate it if you'd stop acting as if you know what is going on in someone else's head. You have a habit of using really loaded words. This is my interpretation of what happened. Dr. McClure did a study and then she interpreted the results of that study. She either did that correctly or incorrectly. Then she stated what her interpretation of the study was. Then researchers argued about whether that was correct. Over time the court of scientific opinion will determine if she was correct or not and they do seem to be doing that. That is not 'manipulation" - that is one researcher stating what her interpretation of the evidence was. I think its much better to deal with what we know.