Where did I make a personal attack, all my comments are from fact and experience.
1. I was doing that when I was at school, I have always been one to take things apart to see how they work (And of course I was working with electronics for over 30yrs in my job) to get a fuller understanding.
2. I could tell what was what in my teens, plus I always make sure I go out to watch live bands so that I know what real music and instruments sound like.
3. Nope, it just proves that radio waves have different propagation to audio frequency's and using them to prove something that is not relevant to the audio spectrum is a con. (This is why I said I am extremely disappointed that Danny put out such a video as that is not what GR Research is about)
4. Paul of PS audio has some great videos, although I do disagree with some of them , (This is common between engineers) however the one you posted is good, but unfortunately you have misunderstood most of what he said, hence the reason I mentioned to do a bit of basic research so that you can fully grasp what he is saying. (Unfortunately describing electrical/electronic properties to a layman doesn't always work as you would wish ( I know, as when I was teaching newbies into the trade I had to vary things depending on what knowledge they had)
In a stereo system the only sounds you here are from the speakers and room reflections , however due to the way the brain/ear works, it creates an illusion of a soundstage, but if you walk to that part of the soundstage it disappears as it was never there in the first place, however if you do this with a live band then the soundstage remains no matter where you are , as its actually there.
As I said in my previous post anyone can hear a difference, however biological life forms are easily fooled into hearing (Seeing, feeling smelling) something that is not there, which is why I always make sure that when I do hear a difference, I make sure that anything that could be fooling my senses is removed, and in 100% of cases the differences disappear. (That is the only way to make sure that what you are hearing is real and not imaginary)
Anyway time to put this to bed as it is going nowhere.