Truth is culturally subjective
Err... so in which culture is that true, then, and in which culture is that not true?
In science, truth is usually considered universal. Facts and mathematics are not culture-dependent. E=MC2 has the same truth value in the French and in the American cultures. Correct me if I'm wrong.
I disagreed with you because you were incorrect
Well then, you should be able to prove it... :-)
I tell you what will happen: I will prove you incorrect, on both those debates you mentioned (A. "water dissociates in space" and B. "Neanderthal genes going out of the genome"). And as soon as this happens, "there will be no further desire from you to continue talking
" as you put it so eloquently upthread... You will disappear without acknowledging that I was correct and that you were incorrect. Later on other threads, you will misrepresent this present discussion too, like you are doing now for A and B above... And I will once again be seen as the stubborn Jerry Lewis-loving asshole who picks fight with wholesome good American A2K regulars.
So what's in it for me? Nothing. If there's no ethics in those debates, there's no point in pursuing them. So... whatever.