That's why I recently contacted --> SAT via E-Mail, asking whether they would be willing to link my ->German/English Web/Blog about the Shakespeare/Marlowe Authorship Debate at the appropriate Link side of SAT.
Unfortunately I received a negative response from the webmaster Ros Barber for the SAT. Maybe it sheds some light on the dark side of a scientific culture of dispute....Ros Barbers reply:
I recently received a message from Bronwyn Robertson of the SAT about your wish that the SAT website links to your website. Unfortunately for you, I am the webmaster for the SAT, as well as their Director of Research. Clearly I will not be linking the SAT to your website, since it misquotes me and misrepresents me, as well as featuring a photograph of me that I consider to be deliberately disrespectful. And though it contains much interesting material, I have found on investigation that much of it is fanciful and misleading. This is not the kind of scholarship, nor the kind of collegial behaviour, that we at the SAT support. You have your readers. Bravo. But we will not be adding to them.
I had written before a soft reply on my blog (->Blog 318) in response to her -->critical blog analysis, ridiculing my proposal of an interpretation of the emblem text of Shakespeare's "Venus & Adonis".(3rd edition).
We have to accept that the perception of our self is far different from the perception of the other.