You are insane. I said no such thing. I am a remainer.
I don't think I accused you of dodging questions. Indeed, I don't think I asked you any questions. Have you got me confused with someone else?
Fair enough! Sorry! Being here is not great for the mind!
I always thing that our views on creationism, climate change, and Brexit are largely shaped by our circumstance and psychology. The number of people who have great insight and can make a reasoned judgement is very small.
Being percieved as a very working class man was a hinderence to my career early on. I moved abroad and worked in the USA and UK, was fairly successful and am know a middle aged man who benefitted from the modern world and leaving old ideas behind me.
Of course I am pro-EU. I would be.
If Brexit turned out to be well-defined, well reasoned with clear objectives and implementation, I would have to realise that I had been ruled by my psychology and circumstance and admit I was wrong.
My world outlook is one that would lean towards believing in climate change, I see things as interconnected. If someone could publish a paper refuting AGW, I would have to accept I was fooled and reconsider.
On the other hand, I have done actual scientific reseach in molecular biology (as in completed my PhD reserch and did more then). I actually can be pretty certain on evolution being a good model and that creationism is silly, but initially I was right through good luck.
It seems more people in the debate are also relying on psychology and their circumstances, but are convinced they are being very logical and rational.
Most people on both side are firmly convinced that they are rational and the other is bonkers.