to declare Ted "wrong" before you are willing to freely share whatever information you may have. That is an ego based choice, in my opinion, and one little bit of evidence I hope you will think about the probability of it being so. If you are unable to do so, well, we are all perfectly imperfect with room for growth, even Ted okay?
If you re-read my posts and Ted's posts you will know what I am talking about. I didn't say he was wrong, though, I just gave my opinion. I said that I think that you think he can never be wrong.
To declare somebody "wrong" is not ego if the person that declares has honest "intent" or intentions and feels that way.
What is "ego" playing is when somebody never admits he is wrong, and that's apparently the way Ted behaves.
If somebody can prove me wrong from the words I wrote (not the words I didn't write, like Ted does most of the times), I don't have any problems to identify my possible mistake and change myself (lower my entropy) so that next time that happens I can do better.
I saw a phrase today at the gym that I liked:
"You should not judge somebody for trying something that then did not work or came up wrong, but for not trying"
These means also that anybody can make mistakes but if somebody doesn't try to admit and change from his/her mitakes he/she is missing another opportunity to improve.