But it is pretty tedious, dull and banal stuff though, you gotta admit.
It is the same internet bickering I can find on any internet forum, in the exact same tone of voice and exact same form of words, just with different F1 nouns, frankly, the same played-out rehearsal of anonymous bruised egos.
No-one can use any of it to gain, it doesn't interest, advantage or help anyone outside the squabblers that think they somehow now have an audience, and can't be seen to back down.
My suggestion, my modest proposal, 'Feynman's Rule': on any topic of discussion, it says that all argument should be rationed to two posts each, you get one post to make your point, so you better make it a good one, make sure it says what you mean, but also remember that brevity is the soul of wit, and sometimes less is more. And then later you get one more post on the topic to come back with a response to any rebuttal you may have received.
So if two people want to lock horns, it is over and done with in four posts.
Hey, it doesn't have to be on all threads, although I think it just good practise, but definitely if it looks like a thread is heading south, someone, anyone, can interject and claim 'Feynman's Rule' is now in operation.
Hey, just imagine how snappy, smart and interesting the internet could be. Everyone would need to be on their top game, no time to waste on screeching ad-hominem, silly traps, and straw-men; you would need to carefully deploy just your best stuff.