Andrew Nowicki wrote: > Auxlangers are irrational because they claim > that some auxlangs are better than other auxlangs, > and yet they cannot compare auxlangs in a rational, > systematic way. Todd Moody wrote: > It's not irrationality that prevents the comparisons; > it's lack of resources. Meaningful comparisons > require meaningful numbers of people learning auxlangs > so that their successes and failures can be > systematically analyzed. What is the total number of the Esperantists? How much time have they spent learning Esperanto? How much time have they spent comparing and testing auxlangs?