Perhaps you should learn the difference between having "better debate skills" and being too ignorant, stupid, and stubborn to realize that the reason everyone disagrees with you is because your arguments are illogical and unfounded, in spite of your constant insistence to the contrary.
First, everyone doesn't disagree with me. A few people in this topic do, but they are far from everyone, so please stop trying to exaggerate the situation.
Second, the only reason you say my arguments are "illogical and unfounded" is because you don't have an effective argument against them. In your frustration you are looking for an easy way to dispense of my arguments without really saying anything of substance, so you just throw this out there as an attempt to do that.
In short: You only say my arguments are "illogical and unfounded" because you disagree with the point they make.
Find me someone who honestly agrees with my point but thinks it's being argued illogically and it might mean something, but coming from you, it smells of sour grapes from someone who is used to being the best debater on any topic finding out that's no longer the case.
You're not the first guy trying to convince the world he's Socrates or Galileo. Unfortunately I've seen more misunderstood geniuses in the last 5 years than have actually existed in human history.
In this case the analogy is quite accurate.
I'm presenting logical and factual information which indicates the opinion held by the vast majority of people is essentially BS, yet not only in spite of but in fact BECAUSE of the well-reasoned argument I'm making, I'm meeting with massive resistance and stubbornness on the part of others.
That is exactly the scenario dealt with by famous minds of the past when they presented logical and factual information to a public that wasn't ready for it and resisted it in a similar manner.
There is no "misunderstood genius" involved - no, merely the stubborn refusal of a group of people to accept the reality because doing so doesn't fit their personal agendas, the same as they've done in the past against others, some of whom have been mentioned here.