Imitating your bloggery I came up with this.
Mike Bara blogged recently a list of "errors" his critics have made. Below is a list showing just a smidgin of the errors Bara has stated. Both on the web and in his books.
The eccentricity of Mars - Mike thinks it is measured relative to the Earth.
Centrifugal Force - Mike thinks it makes you heavier.
The behaviour of light - Mike thinks it can travel from space, hit the ocean floor and reflect back into space.
Map reading - Mike thinks that two roads can intersect even though they do not cross each other and one actually winds up a dead end.
String theory - Mike claims that the work of Dr Kaku et al is simply "poor man's hyperdimensional physics."
Engineering - Mike thinks that a person with no engineering degree could be employed by Boeing to design jetliners.
Physics - Mike claims he is 100% confident that he can prove that there are no such things as the laws of physics. Of course no proof has been presented.
Mathematics - Mike has shown on numerous occasions that he is a mathematical dunce. Hilariously miscalculating the orbital insertion of Explorer I.
The scientific method - Mike thinks thinks that no controls, baselines or peer review are necessary.
I don't expect a reply. Since Bara is utterly terrified of debate.