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A world of of misinformation and imaginary science
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James McGinn
2016-02-27 22:19:18 UTC
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https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153

http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236

RTB:
Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.

JM:
Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "

Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
Sam Wormley
2016-02-27 22:40:28 UTC
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Taking a Stand for Scientific Integrity
>
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/taking-a-stand-for-scientific-integrity/


> More than 100 Earth scientists, ourselves included, have signed a
> letter urging our preeminent professional society, the American
> Geophysical Union (AGU) to cut financial ties with ExxonMobil. We are
> joining the growing chorus of scientists who refuse to turn a blind
> eye to the destructive behaviors of the industry partners of our
> profession, ExxonMobil being the most egregious. We hope that this
> action will inspire our community to embark on an open assessment of
> the role of fossil fuel companies in the Earth sciences.
>
> For decades now, climate scientists have been quietly reporting
> astonishing findings about the causes and consequences of
> anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions on the life-sustaining systems
> of the Earth. Some have even taken their findings directly to the
> public and to legislators at venues ranging from town hall meetings
> to Senate committee hearings to international political summits. And
> what has this tremendous effort achieved? In terms of meaningful
> large-scale policies resulting in reduced greenhouse gas emissions,
> not nearly enough.
>
> While scientists and science communicators have been hard at work
> generating factual information and attempting to share it with the
> public, those who hold a financial stake in perpetuating society’s
> reliance on fossil fuel energy have been diligently countering their
> efforts. Fossil fuel companies, among the most profitable enterprises
> on Earth, have employed every technique available to mislead the
> public and politicians about the veracity of climate science and, as
> pure denial grows ever less compelling, to argue that the potential
> costs and benefits of policy action warrant indefinite delay.


Even some poster, here at sci.physics, are routinely misled.

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Sergio
2016-03-19 05:17:35 UTC
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On 2/27/2016 4:40 PM, Sam Wormley wrote:
> Taking a Stand for Scientific Integrity
> >
> http://blogs.not-scientific-american.com/
>
>

> > More than 100 Earth scientists, ourselves included, have signed a
> > letter urging our preeminent professional society, the American
> > Geophysical Union (AGU) to cut financial ties with ExxonMobil.

dummies, you should be buying their stock now,
XOM will go up 20% this year, and the dividend is Healthy!


<snip alarmist crap>

> > While scientists and science communicators have been hard at work
> > generating factual information and attempting to share it with the
> > public, those who hold a financial stake in perpetuating society’s
> > reliance on fossil fuel energy have been diligently countering their
> > efforts.


Fossil fuel companies, among the most profitable enterprises
> > on Earth, have employed every technique available to mislead the
> > public

that is LIES. They do just the opposite.

>
>
> Even some poster, here at sci.physics, are routinely misled.


Nuclear Power is the only answer, build 50 Nukes now !
benj
2016-03-19 06:06:14 UTC
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On 03/19/2016 01:17 AM, Sergio wrote:
> On 2/27/2016 4:40 PM, Sam Wormley wrote:
>> Taking a Stand for Scientific Integrity
>> >
>> http://blogs.not-scientific-american.com/
>>
>>
>
>> > More than 100 Earth scientists, ourselves included, have signed a
>> > letter urging our preeminent professional society, the American
>> > Geophysical Union (AGU) to cut financial ties with ExxonMobil.
>
> dummies, you should be buying their stock now,
> XOM will go up 20% this year, and the dividend is Healthy!
>
>
> <snip alarmist crap>
>
>> > While scientists and science communicators have been hard at work
>> > generating factual information and attempting to share it with the
>> > public, those who hold a financial stake in perpetuating society’s
>> > reliance on fossil fuel energy have been diligently countering their
>> > efforts.
>
>
> Fossil fuel companies, among the most profitable enterprises
>> > on Earth, have employed every technique available to mislead the
>> > public
>
> that is LIES. They do just the opposite.
>
>>
>>
>> Even some poster, here at sci.physics, are routinely misled.
>
>
> Nuclear Power is the only answer, build 50 Nukes now !
>
Hey! Is that you HVAC? Is this one of your 17 online personalities?

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James McGinn
2016-03-18 06:39:25 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
>
Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
Sam Wormley
2016-03-18 15:27:21 UTC
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On 3/18/16 1:39 AM, James McGinn wrote:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.


This OP needs a bit of school'n for sure. But I'll betcha James
doesn't really want to learn, as he is happy being a climate change
denier. Say it ain't so, James.

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Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus
2016-03-18 15:53:42 UTC
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Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>

James McGinn, in
<news:e139dd26-5106-4eba-98a4-***@googlegroups.com> did
thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

> O<SMACKAKOOK!>

Bwahahahaaa! Your blathering comment was removed from Climate Of
Sophistry, James, and your blathering coment on Tall Bloke was
summarily ignored... no one wants to hear your insane anti-science
conspiracy-theory ranting.

But I do note you're spamming Usenet with your retardation as a result
of your being perturbed over your being utterly unable to answer those
tough questions I've been asking... and your *fear* that prevents you
from performing that simple experiment which would null your retarded
claims and thus definitively destroy your kooky "theory". Why won't
you do that experiment, James? The onus is upon *you* to prove your
claims, given that your claims fly in the face of 250+ years of good
science.

Unless you know you *can't* prove your claims, Jim. Is that why you're
running away from performing that experiment?

Do you really believe bleating to Usenet is an acceptable substitute
for scientific proof of your claims, James?

Here, James, take another crack at answering those tough question...
or run away from them and bleat even harder... I'll soon have you
bleating 24/7 in a futile attempt at convincing even a single person
that you're not an insane moron, James.

<snicker>

============================================================
You make a supposition that a "plasma not-a-plasma" is created from
water due to wind shear, which transports energy throughout the
atmosphere via wind driven by that plasma. Where does the energy come
from to create your "wind shear" to create your "plasma not-a-plasma"
if the "plasma not-a-plasma" cannot exist and thereby "transport
energy" by driving that wind to create the "wind shear" which creates
your "plasma not-a-plasma", unless there is "wind shear" to begin
with, James? Your logic is so twisted you're going in circles. You've
created a circulus in probando causality dilemma, which utterly
destroys your theory, James.

If, as you claim, the jet stream is a vortex, why is the ride while
inside the jet stream so smooth, James? Have you never ridden in an
airplane inside a jet stream, James?

Do you not understand that once the air going upward through the
tornadic funnel reaches the cumulonimbus cloud base above the
mesocyclone, it spreads out, thus the tornado is strictly a phenomenon
which happens from cloud base to ground? It does *not* go from the
ground all the way up through the cloud to the tropopause as you
claim, James, and it most certainly does not continue for potentially
hundreds of miles in the upper troposphere to join the jet stream,
which would make air travel deadly.

Explain why the jets run easterly, whereas the dry line runs N-S, if
the jets are powering the creation of tornadoes. How is a tornado
being created hundreds of miles from the edge of the jets, James?

How do your "jet stream vortices" travel potentially hundreds of miles
away from your "jet stream / giant tornado in the sky", without
detection by satellite *or* Doppler radar, and know where and when to
touch down so they always hit clouds, rather than tornadoes randomly
appearing out of the clear blue sky, James? Is your "jet stream /
giant tornado in the sky" sentient, James?

Which direction does air flow from a flame, Jim? Up, does it not?
That's convection due to temperature-induced density differential, is
it not? Which direction does air flow from a flame in zero gravity,
James? Radially in all directions, thereby snuffing out the flame due
to lack of oxygen. So your claiming that convection doesn't exist
means you're further claiming that gravity does not exist, and fire
cannot burn for very long before it is smothered due to lack of
oxygen. Or were you not aware that convection is a gravity-induced
phenomenon due to density differential, James?

How are your atmospheric "water droplets" forming if they're plasma,
Jim?

Do you not know what the definition of "plasma" is, James?

How is your "plasma not-a-plasma" (which you have admitted is a
hypothetical construct in a failed attempt to lend your claims even a
semblance of plausibility) forming if the nuclear binding energy and
dissociation energy of water are identical, and thus the water will
preferentially dissociate into hydrogen and oxygen unless hit with an
extremely energetic laser, Jim?

Where is the energy (equivalent to photons of 103.32 nm wavelength,
extremely strong ultraviolet, just 3.32 nm away from x-rays... except
photons with shorter wavelength than 121 nm are absorbed high above
the troposphere because they ionize air so well) coming from in the
troposphere to form your "plasma not-a-plasma", Jim?

How is the energy to plasmize your "plasma not-a-plasma" not
dissociating all water on the planet and killing all life on the
planet given that the energy *must* be in the troposphere where nearly
all the water is, and where all life is, Jim?

Now that it's been proven that water molecule polarity doesn't change
upon H bonding (which would have side effects such as random changes
in the solvent properties of water... and we know those properties do
not randomly change, Jim), and in fact the two spin isomers of water
molecules account for the different H bonding strengths which account
for evaporation and condensation, do you still contend that your
implausible claims are workable, Jim?
============================================================

Why can't you answer those questions, Jim?

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=====================================
The Euler equation is a subset of equations known as the Euler-Fourier
Formulas, thus that a sinewave is a transformation of a circle (which
should have been intuitive, given that generators *rotate* to create
*sinusoids*).

That cross correlation is used with Fourier transforms.

That superposition is the same as wave interference.

That wave interference works the same for standing or traveling waves.

That RMS and peak-to-peak voltage are two different things.

That RMS isn't a DC voltage.

That 170 volt peak, 120.208 volt RMS L-N 3-phase service gives 208.207
volts RMS L-L.

That 4444525800 != 4400000000 != 1.

The difference between frequency and period of a sinewave.

That there's no difference between 'i' and 'j' in electrical
engineering, physics and control systems engineering.

What a positive or negative vector is.

That the vector sum of 3-phase AC constitutes a closed loop per
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, thus that the three phases sum to zero.

That "mnemonic" is not spelled "mneumonic".

That his claim: "Water is tetrahedral. It actually has 4 poles, 2
positive and 2 negative." is nonsense from a blathering moron.

That the term "electronegativity" denotes a *positive* effective
nuclear charge.

What the definition of the word "equivalent" is.

That digital voltmeters do indeed take discrete instantaneous samples.

That the atmosphere (and the gaseous phase water within the
atmosphere) does indeed follow the Ideal Gas Law to within 1.337842%
margin of error *worst* *case* at 70 F.

That the square of the instantaneous sample of peak-to-peak voltage of
a peak-voltage sinewave is an offset sinewave, thus its average does
*not* equal zero, as Shiny Tinfoil Brain k'lames.

That the Ideal Gas Law does not require an ideal gas because it takes
into account molar volume.

That "within 10% error" does not equal "10% error".

That water can be plasmized.

That atomic number does not equal effective nuclear charge.

And the moron continues to demonstrate his inability to read a graph.
=====================================

SPNAK!

<snicker>
James McGinn
2016-03-18 16:27:12 UTC
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On Friday, March 18, 2016 at 9:04:05 AM UTC-7, Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus wrote:
> Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>
>
> James McGinn, in
> <news:e139dd26-5106-4eba-98a4-***@googlegroups.com> did
> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:
>
> > O<SMACKAKOOK!>
>
> Bwahahahaaa! Your blathering comment was removed from Climate Of
> Sophistry, James, and your blathering coment on Tall Bloke was
> summarily ignored... no one wants to hear your insane anti-science
> conspiracy-theory ranting.

Right, like you they want to believe in the magic and simplicity of steam producing latent heat that, for some unknown reason, causes jet streams.

Just like CO2 with global warming they want to believe in magic.

Magic is simple. Reality is complex.
Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus
2016-03-19 05:08:14 UTC
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Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>

James McGinn, in
<news:81ab89ef-7d6d-436f-9d03-***@googlegroups.com> did
thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

> On Friday, March 18, 2016 at 9:04:05 AM UTC-7,
> Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus wrote:

>> James McGinn, in
>> <news:e139dd26-5106-4eba-98a4-***@googlegroups.com> did
>> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

>>> O<SMACKAKOOK!>

>> Bwahahahaaa! Your blathering comment was removed from Climate Of
>> Sophistry, James, and your blathering coment on Tall Bloke was
>> summarily ignored... no one wants to hear your insane anti-science
>> conspiracy-theory ranting.

> Right, like you they want to believe in the magic and simplicity
> of steam producing latent heat that, for some unknown reason,
> causes jet streams.
>
> Just like CO2 with global warming they want to believe in magic.
>
> Magic is simple. Reality is complex.

No, James. Your delusion is complex because you refuse to acknowledge
actual reality, necessitating that you slap new and kooky additions
onto your kooky "theory" to cover up the gaping logical
inconsistencies and contradictions that are brought to light... thus
your delusion grows until you are fully psychotic, believing the
entire world, every single aspect of it, *must* *be* a conspiracy
because it doesn't agree with your delusion... this is why
Dunning-Kruger afflicted kooktards like you often end up psychotic,
James.

Your "theory" holds no water, James. Especially in light of all that
ongoing research into monomolecular water in the atmosphere:

Water In The Gas Phase -
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3350649/
Not ab initio... direct measurement of monomolecular water in the
gaseous phase. 16 referenced papers.

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
http://www.mpip-mainz.mpg.de/molecular_mechanism_of_water_evaporation
Direct empirical observation of monomolecular evaporation.

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/volltextserver/6686/
Active Long Path Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy to
directly observe monomolecular gaseous-phase water in the atmosphere

And that's not to mention that we see a perfect example of this each
and every time we go to a weather website... the weather satellites
and ground stations can differentiate between monomolecular
gaseous-phase water (humidity) in the atmosphere, and liquid-phase
water (clouds) in the atmosphere, Jim, because each absorbs and emits
at a different wavelength, just as that video *you* *provided*
featuring Anders Nilsson's work on x-ray spectroscopy of water in its
three phases shows.

Remember?
===============================================
https://youtu.be/7hGqlEpvODw?t=2156
They used x-ray spectroscopy to determine photon energy from electron
orbital shell descent. You'll note the gaseous phase water molecule's
photon spectra peaks at a much lower photon energy than ice. This is
due to differences in hydrogen bonding strength between the two
phases.

https://youtu.be/7hGqlEpvODw?t=2304
You'll note the double peak of liquid water.

Professor Anders Nilsson, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory:
"Two peaks, what does that mean? Could it be two different types of
water molecules then, in the liquid? And if you look at it, one of the
peaks is very close to the gas phase and the other peak is closer to
the ice. So it looks like water contains two types of molecules."
===============================================

That was a reference *you* *provided*, Jim, and it proves you
*wrong*... that you didn't and don't realize that fact is testament
that you lack the requisite educational background to even be
attempting to form a model of the atmosphere... hence the reason your
"theory" is so wrong in so many ways.

And as I explained to you, the dual peak of liquid water, one near the
gaseous-phase monomolecular water peak (remember, you've claimed that
all water must be liquid in the atmosphere, thus if a different
spectral peak is observed than that of liquid water, it *must* be
gaseous phase monomolecular water, not liquid water, which would have
the same spectral peaks as bulk liquid water), and one near the
solid-phase water peak, which are due to the two spin isomers of
water. There are two water molecule hybrids.

This also happens to utterly destroy your contention that water
molecule polarity changes upon H bonding (which would mean that water
solvent properties randomly change... and we know that's not the case,
James). The water molecule polarity isn't changing upon H bonding,
thereby lending a variable strength H bond, there are two spin isomers
of water with two different H bond strengths. This is well-established
and rigorously-studied science, James, corroborated by study upon
study upon study.

Now on to those questions you continue ducking, James. They highlight
the contradictions and inconsistencies in your "theory", which you
cannot explain, so it's little wonder you've evaded addressing them...
note the first one is a circulus in probando causality dilemma, making
your "theory" wholly impossible.

================================================
You make a supposition that a "plasma not-a-plasma" is created from
water due to wind shear, which transports energy throughout the
atmosphere via wind driven by that plasma. Where does the energy come
from to create your "wind shear" to create your "plasma not-a-plasma"
if the "plasma not-a-plasma" cannot exist and thereby "transport
energy" by driving that wind to create the "wind shear" which creates
your "plasma not-a-plasma", unless there is "wind shear" to begin
with, James? Your logic is so twisted you're going in circles. You've
created a circulus in probando causality dilemma, which utterly
destroys your theory, James.

If, as you claim, the jet stream is a vortex, why is the ride while
inside the jet stream so smooth, James? Have you never ridden in an
airplane inside a jet stream, James?

Do you not understand that once the air going upward through the
tornadic funnel reaches the cumulonimbus cloud base above the
mesocyclone, it spreads out, thus the tornado is strictly a phenomenon
which happens from cloud base to ground? It does *not* go from the
ground all the way up through the cloud to the tropopause as you
claim, James, and it most certainly does not continue for potentially
hundreds of miles in the upper troposphere to join the jet stream,
which would make air travel deadly.

Explain why the jets run easterly, whereas the dry line runs N-S, if
the jets are powering the creation of tornadoes. How is a tornado
being created hundreds of miles from the edge of the jets, James?

How do your "jet stream vortices" travel potentially hundreds of miles
away from your "jet stream / giant tornado in the sky", without
detection by satellite *or* Doppler radar, and know where and when to
touch down so they always hit clouds, rather than tornadoes randomly
appearing out of the clear blue sky, James? Is your "jet stream /
giant tornado in the sky" sentient, James?

Which direction does air flow from a flame, Jim? Up, does it not?
That's convection due to temperature-induced density differential, is
it not? Which direction does air flow from a flame in zero gravity,
James? Radially in all directions, thereby snuffing out the flame due
to lack of oxygen. So your claiming that convection doesn't exist
means you're further claiming that gravity does not exist, and fire
cannot burn for very long before it is smothered due to lack of
oxygen. Or were you not aware that convection is a gravity-induced
phenomenon due to density differential, James?

How are your atmospheric "water droplets" forming if they're plasma,
Jim?

Do you not know what the definition of "plasma" is, James?

How is your "plasma not-a-plasma" (which you have admitted is a
hypothetical construct in a failed attempt to lend your claims even a
semblance of plausibility) forming if the nuclear binding energy and
dissociation energy of water are identical, and thus the water will
preferentially dissociate into hydrogen and oxygen unless hit with an
extremely energetic laser, Jim?

Where is the energy (equivalent to photons of *maximum* 103.32 nm
wavelength, extremely strong ultraviolet, just 3.32 nm away from
x-rays... except photons with shorter wavelength than 121 nm are
absorbed high above the troposphere because they ionize air so well)
coming from in the troposphere to form your "plasma not-a-plasma",
Jim?

How is the energy to plasmize your "plasma not-a-plasma" not
dissociating all water on the planet and killing all life on the
planet given that the energy *must* be in the troposphere where nearly
all the water is, and where all life is, Jim?

Now that it's been proven that water molecule polarity doesn't change
upon H bonding (which would have side effects such as random changes
in the solvent properties of water... and we know those properties do
not randomly change, Jim), and in fact the two spin isomers of water
molecules account for the different H bonding strengths which account
for evaporation and condensation, do you still contend that your
implausible claims are workable, Jim?
==================================================

Why can't you answer those questions, Jim?

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Shiny Tinfoil Brain (aka Bite My Shiny Metal Ass) didn't know:
=====================================
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
The Euler equation is a subset of equations known as the Euler-Fourier
Formulas, thus that a sinewave is a transformation of a circle (which
should have been intuitive, given that generators *rotate* to create
*sinusoids*).

That cross correlation is used with Fourier transforms.

That superposition is the same as wave interference.

That wave interference works the same for standing or traveling waves.

That RMS and peak-to-peak voltage are two different things.

That RMS isn't a DC voltage.

That 170 volt peak, 120.208 volt RMS L-N 3-phase service gives 208.207
volts RMS L-L.

That 4444525800 != 4400000000 != 1.

The difference between frequency and period of a sinewave.

That there's no difference between 'i' and 'j' in electrical
engineering, physics and control systems engineering.

What a positive or negative vector is.

That the vector sum of 3-phase AC constitutes a closed loop per
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, thus that the three phases sum to zero.

That "mnemonic" is not spelled "mneumonic".

That his claim: "Water is tetrahedral. It actually has 4 poles, 2
positive and 2 negative." is nonsense from a blathering moron.

That the term "electronegativity" denotes a *positive* effective
nuclear charge.

What the definition of the word "equivalent" is.

That digital voltmeters do indeed take discrete instantaneous samples.

That the atmosphere (and the gaseous phase water within the
atmosphere) does indeed follow the Ideal Gas Law to within 1.337842%
margin of error *worst* *case* at 70 F.

That the square of the instantaneous sample of peak-to-peak voltage of
a peak-voltage sinewave is an offset sinewave, thus its average does
*not* equal zero, as Shiny Tinfoil Brain k'lames.

That the Ideal Gas Law does not require an ideal gas because it takes
into account molar volume.

That "within 10% error" does not equal "10% error".

That water can be plasmized.

That atomic number does not equal effective nuclear charge.

And the moron continues to demonstrate his inability to read a graph.
=====================================

SPNAK!

<snicker>
James McGinn
2016-03-19 17:55:35 UTC
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On Friday, March 18, 2016 at 10:18:40 PM UTC-7, Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus wrote:
> Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>
>
> James McGinn, in
> <news:81ab89ef-7d6d-436f-9d03-***@googlegroups.com> did
> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:
>
> > On Friday, March 18, 2016 at 9:04:05 AM UTC-7,
> > Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus wrote:
>
> >> James McGinn, in
> >> <news:e139dd26-5106-4eba-98a4-***@googlegroups.com> did
> >> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:
>
> >>> O<SMACKAKOOK!>
>
> >> Bwahahahaaa! Your blathering comment was removed from Climate Of
> >> Sophistry, James, and your blathering coment on Tall Bloke was
> >> summarily ignored... no one wants to hear your insane anti-science
> >> conspiracy-theory ranting.
>
> > Right, like you they want to believe in the magic and simplicity
> > of steam producing latent heat that, for some unknown reason,
> > causes jet streams.
> >
> > Just like CO2 with global warming they want to believe in magic.
> >
> > Magic is simple. Reality is complex.
>
> No, James. Your delusion is complex because you refuse to acknowledge
> actual reality, necessitating that you slap new and kooky additions
> onto your kooky "theory" to cover up the gaping logical
> inconsistencies and contradictions that are brought to light... thus
> your delusion grows until you are fully psychotic, believing the
> entire world, every single aspect of it, *must* *be* a conspiracy
> because it doesn't agree with your delusion... this is why
> Dunning-Kruger afflicted kooktards like you often end up psychotic,
> James.

Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.

Tell us again why we should believe moist air is lighter than dry air if such has never been measured.

Tell us again how the undetected gaseous H2O released 1,000 times the latent heat than has ever been measured in a laboratory upon condensing from a gaseous H2O that has never been detected.

Tell us how this undetected latent heat pushes the atmosphere and, somehow, causes the emergence of distinct bands of flow-jetstreams-along the tropopause.

Tell us how this explains the highly structured entities, tornadoes, that have been observed descending down from the sky.

Tell us all of these things and keep telling us, over an over again, until you are so sick of telling us that you have no choice but to admit that what you've been telling us is complete nonsense.
Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus
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Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>

James McGinn, in
<news:d5dacc40-563d-4c68-a4b6-***@googlegroups.com> did
thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

> On Friday, March 18, 2016 at 10:18:40 PM UTC-7,
> Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus wrote:

>> James McGinn, in
>> <news:81ab89ef-7d6d-436f-9d03-***@googlegroups.com> did
>> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

>>> On Friday, March 18, 2016 at 9:04:05 AM UTC-7,
>>> Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus wrote:

>>>> James McGinn, in
>>>> <news:e139dd26-5106-4eba-98a4-***@googlegroups.com> did
>>>> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

>>>>> O<SMACKAKOOK!>

>>>> Bwahahahaaa! Your blathering comment was removed from Climate Of
>>>> Sophistry, James, and your blathering coment on Tall Bloke was
>>>> summarily ignored... no one wants to hear your insane anti-science
>>>> conspiracy-theory ranting.

>>> Right, like you they want to believe in the magic and simplicity
>>> of steam producing latent heat that, for some unknown reason,
>>> causes jet streams.
>>>
>>> Just like CO2 with global warming they want to believe in magic.
>>>
>>> Magic is simple. Reality is complex.

>> No, James. Your delusion is complex because you refuse to acknowledge
>> actual reality, necessitating that you slap new and kooky additions
>> onto your kooky "theory" to cover up the gaping logical
>> inconsistencies and contradictions that are brought to light... thus
>> your delusion grows until you are fully psychotic, believing the
>> entire world, every single aspect of it, *must* *be* a conspiracy
>> because it doesn't agree with your delusion... this is why
>> Dunning-Kruger afflicted kooktards like you often end up psychotic,
>> James.

> Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
>
> Tell us again why we should believe moist air is lighter than dry air if such has never been measured.
>
> Tell us again how the undetected gaseous H2O released 1,000 times the latent heat than has ever been measured in a laboratory upon condensing from a gaseous H2O that has never been detected.
>
> Tell us how this undetected latent heat pushes the atmosphere and, somehow, causes the emergence of distinct bands of flow-jetstreams-along the tropopause.
>
> Tell us how this explains the highly structured entities, tornadoes, that have been observed descending down from the sky.
>
> Tell us all of these things and keep telling us, over an over again, until you are so sick of telling us that you have no choice but to admit that what you've been telling us is complete nonsense.

Awww, poor stupid insane kooktard James Bernard McGinn, Jr. of
Antioch, CA continues expanding his insane delusional conspiracy
theory while denying all of scientific discovery over the past 250+
years... and all so he can claim himself to be smarter than every
single scientist over the past 250+ years... while he blathers out
fantastical retarded tripe wholly unsupported by any evidence
whatsoever.

You're squirming like a worm on a hotplate, James, because you've
proven yourself to be a scientific fraud, an insane uneducated moron,
and a laughingstock. There is no way out for you, James... your
stupidity and insanity will haunt you to your grave.

The onus of proof isn't upon long-established science, James, it is
upon the broken-brained kooktard denying that long-established science
and pulling retarded blather straight from his ass.

Retarded blather such as:

1) There is a "plasma not-a-plasma" that exists in the troposphere,
which you have admitted is merely a hypothetical construct so you can
continue to blather on about your kooky discredited conspiracy theory.

2) This magical "plasma not-a-plasma" is plasmized by an energy source
that is somehow magically plasmizing water in the troposphere without
dissociating it, given that the dissociation energy and nuclear
binding energy of water are identical at 940.8 kJ/mol, and thus water
will dissociate rather than plasmize, unless hit with an extremely
energetic laser.

3) That your kooky energy source is somehow plasmizing only
atmospheric water while not plasmizing or dissociating Earth-bound
water, and is not killing off all life on the planet. Given that the
*minimum* energy necessary to even *begin* to plasmize water would be
equivalent to photons at a *maximum* wavelength of 103.32 nm, just
3.32 nm wavelength away from the x-ray range, I'm sure even you can
see the problem inherent in your contention, James.

4) That this magical energy source exists in the troposphere. Except
it cannot exist in the troposphere. Photons of shorter wavelength than
~121 nm are absorbed far above the troposphere due to their ability to
ionize air, thus they are not present in the troposphere, where the
overwhelming majority of all water is.

5) That warm air is heavier than cooler air... tell me, Jim... which
direction does air flow from a flame? Oh, that's right, upward. Why?
Because warm air is lighter and less dense than cooler air and thus
convects upward.

6) That air with gaseous phase water in it is heavier than dry air,
except you forget that science has long known about molar mass and
molar volume...

7) That a sentient plasmic "tornado in the sky" jet stream exists,
which can extend its tendrils hundreds upon hundreds of miles through
the atmosphere to touch down and generate tornadoes, that it has
sentience allowing it to avoid detection, to avoid aircraft, to avoid
touching down its tendrils from clear blue sky, to avoid all clouds
except cumulonimbus, to touch down only at the rear portion of a
cumulonimbus cloud, to somehow know the temperature of the ground or
water beneath the nascent funnel and avoid creating a tornado if the
ground or water is cooler than the air... a Flying Spaghetti Monster
in the jet stream.

And now we see you've run up against irresolvable logical
contradictions in your kooky theory, which you've run away from
addressing.

In short, you are insane. That is reality, Jim. Deal with it.

Now before you run away again, James, do get right on addressing those
tough questions you've been running from... they highlight the gaping
logic holes in your "theory not-a-theory". Your continuing failure to
address them stands as your tacit admission that you know your theory
is indefensible.

============================================================
Anders Nilsson measured (https://youtu.be/7hGqlEpvODw?t=2156) a
spectral peak that was not solid-phase nor liquid-phase water, James.
You claim that water remains liquid-phase upon evaporation. What was
Anders Nilsson measuring, James? Oh, that's right... gaseous phase
water, thereby proving that evaporation entails a phase change,
thereby proving latent heat of evaporation exists, thereby
*dis*proving a gigantic chunk of your theory, James.

You make a supposition that a "plasma not-a-plasma" is created from
water due to wind shear, which transports energy throughout the
atmosphere via wind driven by that plasma. Where does the energy come
from to create your "wind shear" to create your "plasma not-a-plasma"
if the "plasma not-a-plasma" cannot exist and thereby "transport
energy" by driving that wind to create the "wind shear" which creates
your "plasma not-a-plasma", unless there is "wind shear" to begin
with, James? Your logic is so twisted you're going in circles. You've
created a circulus in probando causality dilemma, which utterly
destroys your theory, James.

If, as you claim, the jet stream is a vortex, why is the ride while
inside the jet stream so smooth, James? Have you never ridden in an
airplane inside a jet stream, James?

Do you not understand that once the air going upward through the
tornadic funnel reaches the cumulonimbus cloud base above the
mesocyclone, it spreads out, thus the tornado is strictly a phenomenon
which happens from cloud base to ground? It does *not* go from the
ground all the way up through the cloud to the tropopause as you
claim, James, and it most certainly does not continue for potentially
hundreds of miles in the upper troposphere to join the jet stream,
which would make air travel deadly.

Explain why the jets run easterly, whereas the dry line runs N-S, if
the jets are powering the creation of tornadoes. How is a tornado
being created hundreds of miles from the edge of the jets, James?

How do your "jet stream vortices" travel potentially hundreds of miles
away from your "jet stream / giant tornado in the sky", without
detection by satellite *or* Doppler radar, and know where and when to
touch down so they always hit clouds, rather than tornadoes randomly
appearing out of the clear blue sky, James? Is your "jet stream /
giant tornado in the sky" sentient, James?

Which direction does air flow from a flame, Jim? Up, does it not?
That's convection due to temperature-induced density differential, is
it not? Which direction does air flow from a flame in zero gravity,
James? Radially in all directions, thereby snuffing out the flame due
to lack of oxygen. So your claiming that convection doesn't exist
means you're further claiming that gravity does not exist, and fire
cannot burn for very long before it is smothered due to lack of
oxygen. Or were you not aware that convection is a gravity-induced
phenomenon due to density differential, James?

How are your atmospheric "water droplets" forming if they're plasma,
Jim?

Do you not know what the definition of "plasma" is, James?

How is your "plasma not-a-plasma" (which you have admitted is a
hypothetical construct in a failed attempt to lend your claims even a
semblance of plausibility) forming if the nuclear binding energy and
dissociation energy of water are identical, and thus the water will
preferentially dissociate into hydrogen and oxygen unless hit with an
extremely energetic laser, Jim?

Where is the energy (equivalent to photons of 103.32 nm wavelength,
extremely strong ultraviolet, just 3.32 nm away from x-rays... except
photons with shorter wavelength than 121 nm are absorbed high above
the troposphere because they ionize air so well) coming from in the
troposphere to form your "plasma not-a-plasma", Jim?

How is the energy to plasmize your "plasma not-a-plasma" not
dissociating all water on the planet and killing all life on the
planet given that the energy *must* be in the troposphere where nearly
all the water is, and where all life is, Jim?

Now that it's been proven that water molecule polarity doesn't change
upon H bonding (which would have side effects such as random changes
in the solvent properties of water... and we know those properties do
not randomly change, Jim), and in fact the two spin isomers of water
molecules account for the different H bonding strengths which account
for evaporation and condensation, do you still contend that your
implausible claims are workable, Jim?
============================================================

Why can't you answer those questions, Jim?

--

Shiny Tinfoil Spankard (aka Bite My Shiny Metal Ass) didn't know:
=====================================
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
The Euler equation is a subset of equations known as the Euler-Fourier
Formulas, thus that a sinewave is a transformation of a circle (which
should have been intuitive, given that generators *rotate* to create
*sinusoids*).

That cross correlation is used with Fourier transforms.

That superposition is the same as wave interference.

That wave interference works the same for standing or traveling waves.

That RMS and peak-to-peak voltage are two different things.

That RMS isn't a DC voltage.

That 170 volt peak, 120.208 volt RMS L-N 3-phase service gives 208.207
volts RMS L-L.

That 4444525800 != 4400000000 != 1.

The difference between frequency and period of a sinewave.

That there's no difference between 'i' and 'j' in electrical
engineering, physics and control systems engineering.

What a positive or negative vector is.

That the vector sum of 3-phase AC constitutes a closed loop per
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law, thus that the three phases sum to zero.

That "mnemonic" is not spelled "mneumonic".

That his claim: "Water is tetrahedral. It actually has 4 poles, 2
positive and 2 negative." is nonsense from a blathering moron.

That the term "electronegativity" denotes a *positive* effective
nuclear charge.

What the definition of the word "equivalent" is.

That digital voltmeters do indeed take discrete instantaneous samples.

That the atmosphere (and the gaseous phase water within the
atmosphere) does indeed follow the Ideal Gas Law to within 1.337842%
margin of error *worst* *case* at 70 F.

That the square of the instantaneous sample of peak-to-peak voltage of
a peak-voltage sinewave is an offset sinewave, thus its average does
*not* equal zero, as Shiny Tinfoil Brain k'lames.

That the Ideal Gas Law does not require an ideal gas because it takes
into account molar volume.

That "within 10% error" does not equal "10% error".

That water can be plasmized.

That atomic number does not equal effective nuclear charge.

And the moron continues to demonstrate his inability to read a graph.
=====================================

Shiny Tinfoil Spankard the Mathematical Moron maunders and mewls:
=====================================
"All you've shown us is graphs of formulas. No equal signs, no maths
done." - Shiny Tinfoil Brain demonstrates his Mathematical Moronism.
=====================================

SPNAK!

<snicker>
Mikkel Haaheim
2016-05-19 19:47:12 UTC
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>
> Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.

It HAS been detected. It is differentially detectable through EM absorbtion spectra.


>
> Tell us again why we should believe moist air is lighter than dry air if such has never been measured.

It HAS been measured, both directly and indirectly. It is also easily measurable through simple lab experiments.


>
> Tell us again how the undetected gaseous H2O released 1,000 times the latent heat than has ever been measured in a laboratory upon condensing from a gaseous H2O that has never been detected.

Again, the gaseous H2O HAS been detected. Otherwise, not sure what you are asking.

>
> Tell us how this undetected latent heat pushes the atmosphere and, somehow, causes the emergence of distinct bands of flow-jetstreams-along the tropopause.

Heat causes gases to expand, increasing pressure. This has been long established through easily reproducible experiments. As for the jet stream, look up "NWS Jet Stream", also found under "jet stream meteorology".


>
> Tell us how this explains the highly structured entities, tornadoes, that have been observed descending down from the sky.

Not related to the jet stream. Tornadoes form in stor supercells, which result from the combination of large high pressure masses (hot air) combining with large low pressure masses (cold air).

>
> Tell us all of these things and keep telling us, over an over again, until you are so sick of telling us that you have no choice but to admit that what you've been telling us is complete nonsense.
James McGinn
2016-05-19 21:19:02 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> >
> > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
>
> It HAS been detected.

Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.

Fair enough?


No more BS. Put up or shut up.
p***@gmail.com
2016-05-19 23:21:16 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > >
> > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> >
> > It HAS been detected.
>
> Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
>
> Fair enough?
>
>
> No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.

The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.

No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.

That's the way science works.
James McGinn
2016-05-20 01:06:41 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > >
> > > It HAS been detected.
> >
> > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> >
> > Fair enough?
> >
> >
> > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
>
> The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
>
> No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
>
> That's the way science works.

You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
p***@gmail.com
2016-05-20 03:38:12 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > >
> > > > It HAS been detected.
> > >
> > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > >
> > > Fair enough?
> > >
> > >
> > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> >
> > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> >
> > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> >
> > That's the way science works.
>
> You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?

You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.

I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
James McGinn
2016-05-20 03:55:03 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > > >
> > > > > It HAS been detected.
> > > >
> > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > > >
> > > > Fair enough?
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> > >
> > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> > >
> > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> > >
> > > That's the way science works.
> >
> > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
>
> You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
>
> I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.

So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
p***@gmail.com
2016-05-20 04:49:14 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:55:07 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > It HAS been detected.
> > > > >
> > > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > > > >
> > > > > Fair enough?
> > > > >
> > > > >
> > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> > > >
> > > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> > > >
> > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> > > >
> > > > That's the way science works.
> > >
> > > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
> >
> > You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
> >
> > I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
>
> So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?

Don't be so obtuse, I can find hundreds! Can't you? Are you too stupid to do an internet search? Like I said, LOOK IT UP!
James McGinn
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 9:49:19 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:55:07 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > > > > >
> > > > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > It HAS been detected.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Fair enough?
> > > > > >
> > > > > >
> > > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> > > > >
> > > > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> > > > >
> > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> > > > >
> > > > > That's the way science works.
> > > >
> > > > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
> > >
> > > You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
> > >
> > > I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
> >
> > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
>
> Don't be so obtuse, I can find hundreds!

Feel free to quote it directly (IYO, your imagination doesn't count).


Can't you? Are you too stupid to do an internet search? Like I said, LOOK IT UP!

So, you want me to do your research for you? Gee, I wonder why.
p***@gmail.com
2016-05-20 21:48:35 UTC
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On Friday, May 20, 2016 at 2:18:40 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 9:49:19 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:55:07 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > > > > > >
> > > > > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > > > > > >
> > > > > > > > It HAS been detected.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > Fair enough?
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > That's the way science works.
> > > > >
> > > > > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
> > > >
> > > > You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
> > > >
> > > > I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
> > >
> > > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
> >
> > Don't be so obtuse, I can find hundreds!
>
> Feel free to quote it directly (IYO, your imagination doesn't count).
>
>
> Can't you? Are you too stupid to do an internet search? Like I said, LOOK IT UP!
>
> So, you want me to do your research for you? Gee, I wonder why.

Jim, I've done the internet research and it shows you to be completely wrong about almost everything. You can go find these answers yourself. Do you expect me to do your research for you? Gee, I wonder why. It is because you are as stupid as a mud fence and/or have finally realized that you've been shown to be wrong over and over again.
Sergio
2016-05-20 22:27:18 UTC
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On 5/20/2016 4:48 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:

>> So, you want me to do your research for you? Gee, I wonder why.
>
> Jim, I've done the internet research and it shows you to be
> completely wrong about almost everything. You can go find these
> answers yourself. Do you expect me to do your research for you? Gee,
> I wonder why. It is because you are as stupid as a mud fence and/or
> have finally realized that you've been shown to be wrong over and
> over again.
>



Jim McGinn is an internet Crank and Troll, you have been suckered into
his world.

you will get nothing out of him.
p***@gmail.com
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On Friday, May 20, 2016 at 3:27:42 PM UTC-7, Sergio wrote:
> On 5/20/2016 4:48 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>
> >> So, you want me to do your research for you? Gee, I wonder why.
> >
> > Jim, I've done the internet research and it shows you to be
> > completely wrong about almost everything. You can go find these
> > answers yourself. Do you expect me to do your research for you? Gee,
> > I wonder why. It is because you are as stupid as a mud fence and/or
> > have finally realized that you've been shown to be wrong over and
> > over again.
> >
>
>
>
> Jim McGinn is an internet Crank and Troll, you have been suckered into
> his world.
>
> you will get nothing out of him.

Understood.

However, I love jerking his chain. It's too easy.
Sergio
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On 5/20/2016 9:54 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Friday, May 20, 2016 at 3:27:42 PM UTC-7, Sergio wrote:
>> On 5/20/2016 4:48 PM, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>>
>>>> So, you want me to do your research for you? Gee, I wonder why.
>>>
>>> Jim, I've done the internet research and it shows you to be
>>> completely wrong about almost everything. You can go find these
>>> answers yourself. Do you expect me to do your research for you? Gee,
>>> I wonder why. It is because you are as stupid as a mud fence and/or
>>> have finally realized that you've been shown to be wrong over and
>>> over again.
>>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Jim McGinn is an internet Crank and Troll, you have been suckered into
>> his world.
>>
>> you will get nothing out of him.
>
> Understood.
>
> However, I love jerking his chain. It's too easy.
>

Me too,

JSH was like that over in sci.math about 5 years ago, but he was less
mean, not as much a troll or crank, and he tried to keep the treads
going long, to hundreds, really amazing considering his math was poop.
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James McGinn is relating his science _Fiction_ story,
and you guys ( Sergio and pnalsing ) are harshing his buzz.
James McGinn
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 9:49:19 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:55:07 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > > > > >
> > > > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > It HAS been detected.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > Fair enough?
> > > > > >
> > > > > >
> > > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> > > > >
> > > > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> > > > >
> > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> > > > >
> > > > > That's the way science works.
> > > >
> > > > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
> > >
> > > You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
> > >
> > > I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
> >
> > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
>
> Don't be so obtuse, I can find hundreds! Can't you? Are you too stupid to do an internet search? Like I said, LOOK IT UP!

People that believe in ghosts feel their presence everywhere.
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On Friday, January 20, 2017 at 7:13:13 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 9:49:19 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:55:07 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> > > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > > > > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > > > > > > >
> > > > > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > > > > > > >
> > > > > > > > It HAS been detected.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > Fair enough?
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > >
> > > > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> > > > > >
> > > > > > That's the way science works.
> > > > >
> > > > > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
> > > >
> > > > You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
> > > >
> > > > I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
> > >
> > > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
> >
> > Don't be so obtuse, I can find hundreds! Can't you? Are you too stupid to do an internet search? Like I said, LOOK IT UP!
>
> People that believe in ghosts feel their presence everywhere.

LOL! So, they went from thousands to hundresds. Not one found. Hmm.
j***@specsol.spam.sux.com
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James McGinn <***@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
>> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
>> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
>> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
>> > > > > >
>> > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
>> > > > >
>> > > > > It HAS been detected.
>> > > >
>> > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
>> > > >
>> > > > Fair enough?
>> > > >
>> > > >
>> > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
>> > >
>> > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
>> > >
>> > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
>> > >
>> > > That's the way science works.
>> >
>> > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
>>
>> You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
>>
>> I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
>
> So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?

Lots of people have found lots of evidence and have spoon fed you the
information, yet you ignore it all for to do otherwise would lead you
to the conclusion that everyone else reached long ago; you are a raving lunatic.


--
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James McGinn
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 10:31:05 PM UTC-7, ***@specsol.spam.sux.com wrote:
> James McGinn <***@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 8:38:16 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> >> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 6:06:44 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> >> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> >> > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> >> > > > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> >> > > > > >
> >> > > > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> >> > > > >
> >> > > > > It HAS been detected.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> >> > > >
> >> > > > Fair enough?
> >> > > >
> >> > > >
> >> > > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
> >> > >
> >> > > The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
> >> > >
> >> > > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
> >> > >
> >> > > That's the way science works.
> >> >
> >> > You can't provide what doesn't exist, can you?
> >>
> >> You can't produce observations or experiments that prove your position, not now or not ever. You are just a loud-mouthed uneducated fool.
> >>
> >> I don't need to prove a darn thing, it has already been done hundreds of times before in laboratories around the world. Look it up.
> >
> > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
>
> Lots of people have found lots of evidence and have spoon fed you the
> information, yet you ignore it all for to do otherwise would lead you
> to the conclusion that everyone else reached long ago; you are a raving lunatic.
>
>
> --
> Jim Pennino

You got nothing!!!
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Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>

James 'Tardnado' McGinn, in
<news:876e9c74-c8eb-495e-ab99-***@googlegroups.com> did
thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

> So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?

Gaseous phase water in the atmosphere means that it is lighter than
dry air on a molar weight basis, James... and the evidence that
monomolecular evaporation occurs has been provided to you many times.
You've run away from it each time, while failing to provide any proof
of your retarded contention that air with gaseous phase water in it is
heavier than dry air.

Nilsson's study:
<https://youtu.be/7hGqlEpvODw?t=2156>
If water molecules are H bonded together, it's liquid water, James.
Photon energy from electron orbital descent is dependent upon H
bonding strength (given that it's an electrostatic bond), the stronger
the H bond, the lower the photon energy. Nilsson measured a higher
photon energy from electron orbital descent in gaseous-phase water
than that of liquid-phase water. If it'd been liquid-phase water as
you claim, the photon energy would have been identical to that of
liquid-phase water. It wasn't, hence gaseous phase water is
monomolecular with no H bonding.

Water In The Gas Phase -
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3350649/
Not ab initio (which you stupidly call "ab initro" in your videos
LOL)... direct measurement of monomolecular water in the gaseous
phase. 16 referenced papers.

Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
http://www.mpip-mainz.mpg.de/molecular_mechanism_of_water_evaporation
Direct empirical observation of monomolecular evaporation.

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/volltextserver/6686/
Active Long Path Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy to
directly observe monomolecular gaseous-phase water in the atmosphere.

Now you can run away from reality all over again, James. You
delusional reality-denying kooktard.

Why can't you answer those questions which highlight your psychosis,
James Bernard 'Tardnado' McGinn, Jr. of Antioch, CA?

--

Here, James, at the very least, try to address those tough questions
which spotlight the logical inconsistencies and contradictions
inherent in your "theory":

============================================================
Why are you known as Tardnado McGinn, the delusional moronic ignorant
uneducated psychotic babbling loon, James?

Why have you been legally deemed to be mentally incompetent and a
lifelong ward of your parents James, Sr. and Constance, necessitating
that you live with your parents because you'd be a danger to yourself
if you lived independently, James? Is it your paranoid schizophrenia?
Is that why your mommy has to feed you, dress you, wipe your ass and
help you to not piss all over yourself?

And you call yourself a scientist, James? You're nothing more than a
pathetic basement-dwelling schizo-brained delusional loser.

Anders Nilsson measured (https://youtu.be/7hGqlEpvODw?t=2156) a
spectral peak that was not solid-phase nor liquid-phase water, James.
You claim that water remains liquid-phase upon evaporation. What was
Anders Nilsson measuring, James? Oh, that's right... gaseous phase
water, thereby proving that evaporation entails a phase change,
thereby proving latent heat of evaporation exists, thereby
*dis*proving a gigantic chunk of your theory, James.

You make a supposition that a "plasma not-a-plasma" is created from
water due to wind shear, which transports energy throughout the
atmosphere via wind driven by that plasma. Where does the energy come
from to create your "wind shear" to create your "plasma not-a-plasma"
if the "plasma not-a-plasma" cannot exist and thereby "transport
energy" by driving that wind to create the "wind shear" which creates
your "plasma not-a-plasma", unless there is "wind shear" to begin
with, James? Your logic is so twisted you're going in circles. You've
created a circulus in probando causality dilemma, which utterly
destroys your theory, James.

You've yet again slapped a patch on your theory, abandoning Coulomb's
Law for a separate "mechanism" by which electrostatic attraction
increases with increasing distance. How does your "mechanism" and
electrostatic attraction in accordance with Coulomb's Law not mutually
cancel, thereby dissociating all water, James?

According to your "theory", electrostatic attraction *increases* with
distance (in violation of Coulomb's Law), which means that when an
electron falls in orbit, it has to *absorb* energy. And that higher
energy level somehow translates into a *weaker* electrostatic
attraction. Now let's look at the other side of the coin... the
electron in orbit would give off energy, rise in orbit, and somehow,
that *lower* energy level translates into a *stronger* electrostatic
attraction... how's *that* work, James? Explain how you've not just
violated the Law of Conservation of Energy on an atomic level.

How do the polarity of the electron and the proton cancel if, as even
you admit, there is a distance between them as a result of the Pauli
Exclusion Principle and the repulsive van der Waals force, KookTard,
and once they've cancelled, how is polarity reestablished, and how is
that not dissociating the water?

If water molecule polarity dropped upon H bonding, why is the boiling
point of water anomalously high as compared to other H-bonded
hydrides, KookTard?

If water molecule polarity dropped upon H bonding, then water's
cohesion would also drop. Why does it not do that, KookTard?

If water molecule polarity dropped upon H bonding, how is water *not*
splitting up into hydroxide and hydronium ions, KookTard?

If water molecule polarity dropped upon H bonding, why does water have
such a high latent heat of vaporization, a direct result of that same
H bonding, KookTard? Of course, being the delusional uneducated moron
that you are, you deny that water has any latent heat of
vaporization... but you're *so* stupid that you didn't realize that
your denial also means you deny that water has a gaseous phase, and
that's just retarded.

If water molecule polarity dropped upon H bonding, why does water not
become much more dense upon fully H bonding, KookTard?

How do your "jet stream vortices" travel potentially hundreds of miles
away from your "jet stream / giant tornado in the sky", without
detection by satellite *or* Doppler radar, and know where and when to
touch down so they always hit only cumulonimbus clouds, rather than
tornadoes randomly appearing out of the clear blue sky or from other
types of clouds, James? Is your "jet stream / giant tornado in the
sky" sentient, James?

Go on, Jim, tell us... *why* is there a "boundary" between the
troposphere and the stratosphere... we're waiting, Jim... No answer,
Jim? Is it because that's where your "sentient jet stream / giant
tornado monster with noodly appendages" lives, and it likes it that
way, Jim? Do you need your meds, Jim?

How does a hot air balloon work, James? No plasma, no giant sentient
tornado monster in the jet stream... how does it rise, Jim? Why can't
you explain that, James?

Why does water freeze from the top down, even if the heat sink is
*below* the container of water? That's another question your "theory
not-a-theory" can't answer.

Why can't you provide the explanation and mathematics to prove your
claim that humid air is heavier than dry air, James?

Why can't you explain or mathematically model even *one* of your
delusions, James?

Why can't you get your delusions through the peer-review process,
James?

Why can't you even get your delusion on a pre-print server, James?

Why are there *no* corroborating studies backing up your delusions,
James?

Why are you shunned by the scientific community, James?

Why is your blather on the comments sections of websites being
*deleted*, dismissed as the mad barking of a loon, James?

Why are you described in the reviews of the "books" you've written as
"delusional", "insane", and a "conspiracy theorist", James?

Why did you *fail* *out* of an elective Basic Meteorology class, in
which they teach the very concepts you're blathering out your lack of
education about now, James?

Why do you so hate meteorologists, James? Is it because you failed out
of the elective Basic Meteorology class because you've legally been
deemed mentally incompetent, James?

Why do you use your failing out of an elective Basic Meteorology class
as the basis to claim yourself to be a "physicist not-a-physicist",
James? Do you not understand that physicists are highly educated,
whereas you're ignorant and uneducated?

What universities did you attend, what were your majors and what was
the topic of your Ph.D. thesis, James? You don't have a Ph.D? Then
you're not a physicist, James. LOL

If, as you claim, the jet stream is a vortex, why is the ride while
inside the jet stream so smooth, James? Have you never ridden in an
airplane inside a jet stream, James? Is it just that your "sentient
jet stream / giant tornado monster with noodly appendages" likes its
back scratched by the aircraft, so it doesn't rip the aircraft to
shreds, Jim?

Do you not understand that once the air going upward through the
tornadic funnel reaches the cumulonimbus cloud base above the
mesocyclone, it spreads out, thus the tornado is strictly a phenomenon
which happens from cloud base to ground? It does *not* go from the
ground all the way up through the cloud to the tropopause as you
claim, James, and it most certainly does not continue for potentially
thousands of miles in the upper troposphere to join the jet stream,
which would make air travel deadly.

Explain why the jets run easterly, whereas the dry line runs N-S, if
the jets are powering the creation of tornadoes. How is a tornado
being created hundreds of miles from the edge of the jets, James?

Which direction does air flow from a flame, Jim? Up, does it not?
That's convection due to temperature-induced density differential, is
it not? Which direction does air flow from a flame in zero gravity,
James? Radially in all directions, thereby snuffing out the flame due
to lack of oxygen. So your claiming that convection doesn't exist
means you're further claiming that gravity does not exist, and fire
cannot burn for very long before it is smothered due to lack of
oxygen. Or were you not aware that convection is a gravity-induced
phenomenon due to density differential, James?

How are your atmospheric "water droplets" forming if they're plasma,
Jim?

Do you not know that water droplets *minimize* surface area, James?
How are your "plasma not-a-plasma" "water droplets" *maximizing* their
surface area as you claim?

Do you not know what the definition of "plasma" is, James?

How is your "plasma not-a-plasma" (which you have admitted is a
hypothetical construct in a failed attempt to lend your claims even a
semblance of plausibility) forming if the nuclear binding energy and
dissociation energy of water are identical, and thus the water will
preferentially dissociate into hydrogen and oxygen unless hit with an
extremely energetic laser, Jim?

Where is the energy (equivalent to photons of 103.32 nm wavelength,
extremely strong ultraviolet, just 3.32 nm away from x-rays... except
photons with shorter wavelength than 121 nm are absorbed high above
the troposphere because they ionize air so well) coming from in the
troposphere to form your "plasma not-a-plasma", Jim?

How is the energy to plasmize your "plasma not-a-plasma" not
dissociating all water on the planet and killing all life on the
planet given that the energy *must* be in the troposphere where nearly
all the water is, and where all life is, Jim?

Now that it's been proven that water molecule polarity doesn't change
upon H bonding (which would have side effects such as random changes
in the solvent properties of water... and we know those properties do
not randomly change, Jim), and in fact the two spin isomers of water
molecules account for the different H bonding strengths which account
for evaporation and condensation, do you still contend that your
implausible claims are workable, Jim?

Why are you not taking your meds, James?
============================================================

Why can't you answer those questions, Tardnado Jim?
Checkmate, DoW #1
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In article <***@dizum.com>,
***@altusenetkooks.xxx says...


> Subject: Re: A world of of misinformation and imaginary science
> From: Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus, DoW #1 <***@altusenetkooks.xxx>
> Newsgroups: alt.usenet.kooks, sci.physics
>
> Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>
>
> James 'Tardnado' McGinn, in
> <news:876e9c74-c8eb-495e-ab99-***@googlegroups.com> did
> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:
>
> > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?
>
> Gaseous phase water in the blahbadee-blah-blah...

You'd spend the rest of your life arguing about the same stupid shit,
wouldn't you? Tell me you aren't owned by everybody...

What a l00zah!




--

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AUK Hammer of Thor award, Feb. 2012 (Pre-Burnore)
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On Fri, 20 May 2016 00:34:14 -0700, Checkmate, DoW #1 wrote:

> In article <***@dizum.com>,
> ***@altusenetkooks.xxx says...
>
>
>> Subject: Re: A world of of misinformation and imaginary science From:
>> Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus, DoW #1
>> <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> Newsgroups: alt.usenet.kooks, sci.physics
>>
>> Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>
>>
>> James 'Tardnado' McGinn, in
>> <news:876e9c74-c8eb-495e-ab99-***@googlegroups.com> did thusly
>> jump head first into the wood chipper again:
>>
>> > So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even
>> > find one?
>>
>> Gaseous phase water in the blahbadee-blah-blah...
>
> You'd spend the rest of your life arguing about the same stupid shit,
> wouldn't you? Tell me you aren't owned by everybody...
>
> What a l00zah!

----------
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A special award "in recognition of the fact that anyone without any effort
whatsoever can make him gush word spew, like it says 'more than pwned, a
public utility, socialized.' It is different and means much more than the
Busted Urinal and Unabomber Suprise; digital logorrhea at the slightest
(turn of the) tap. More than pwned. A public utility. Socialized."
----------

How ironic that that avowed arch-hater of socialism has been ...
socialized. And that this was done to him by the Sanders-supporting kensi.

<snicker>

And he's running unopposed still, more than halfway through the month
now. The odds grow dimmer every day that another contender will emerge,
catch up from behind, and snatch that VPA away from Fakey by June 1.
Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus, DoW #1
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Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>

Rick "Jism Junkie Gerbil Cannon" Sabian (aka Chimpy The Illiterate
Ignorant Lying Walter Mitty Credit-Stealing Gay Queer Cum Guzzling
Boner-Bouncing Slut), socked up as Checkmate, DoW #1, in
<news:***@news.altopia.com> did thusly jump
head first into the wood chipper again on Date: Fri, 20 May 2016
00:34:14 -0700:

Your midnight bleatfest has begun, I see. What a l00zah! LOL

> In article <***@dizum.com>,
> Chimpy's Usenet Lord and Master
> <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> says...

>> James 'Tardnado' McGinn, in
>> <news:876e9c74-c8eb-495e-ab99-***@googlegroups.com> did
>> thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:

>>> So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even find one?

>> Gaseous phase water in the blahbadee-blah-blah...

> You'd spend the rest of your life arguing about the same stupid shit,

You mean "being right"? LOL

> wouldn't you? Tell me you aren't owned by everybody...

Says the community property froth-o-phag as he bleats out his lispy
butthurt after midnight. LOL

> What a l00zah!

You're butthurt again for some reason, Chimpy... which means you'll
soon be begging Paul Derbyshire for blowjobs again. It's a pretty
easily discerned cycle... you abuse drugs which makes you
psychologically unbalanced, you get butthurt far too easily, then you
start sloshing gay all over Usenet, then you backpedal and lie to
cover up your fagging out, then you run away for awhile. LOL

"You will now suck my penis until I am sufficiently pleasured."
(Chimpy's words to Paul Derbyshire in a dress).

<snicker>

Chimpy has insisted for *years* that a vagina was actually "a man's
gaping asshole and a pair of balls" (Chimpy's words) because he's *so*
gay that even when he looks straight at a vagina, all he sees is "a
man's gaping asshole and a pair of balls" (Chimpy's words). That's
because Chimpy *is* the "throbbing pulse of faggotry" (Chimpy's
words). That's why Chimpy responds to the name "Ignorant Gay Lying
Faggot Slut". LOL

Chimpy had the goatse image in his fapfolder, so when I posted that
picture of a gaping vagina in reference to his story about "the one
who got away" thinking that a ragged-out crack whore would be the
*best* Chimpy could hope to attract, Chimpy immediately launched into
a years-long rant about his "lost love" being the goatse image.

How else would Chimpy know that the "lost love" image was an altered
version of the goatse image to show a vagina rather than male dangly
bits, and why would he insist for *years* that his "lost love"
actually had male dangly bits? LOL!

A paraphrasing of what Chimpy was essentially ranting for *years*:
"Nuhhh-uhhhh! That image is supposed to be the goatse image! I should
know, I have it in my fapfolder and it was *my* "lost love"! You will
immediately change the image of my lost love back to having a "man's
gaping asshole", "gaping asshole and balls", "giant ball-like labia"
and "a nut sack swinging" or I'll stamp my high heels and hit you with
my purse!" LOL!

Take, for instance, this emoticon: :(

And now I'll change it to: :-)

But Chimpy will insist it's still a noseless sad-face emoticon because
he was caught insisting that the picture of his "lost love" was
actually the goatse image and that his "lost love" actually had a
"man's gaping asshole" (Chimpy's words), "gaping asshole and balls"
(Chimpy's words), "giant ball-like labia" (Chimpy's words) and "a nut
sack swinging" (Chimpy's words)... he has no other choice but to
insist that every altered image is still the original and therefore
that his "lost love" *was* a man as he's insisted for years... which
makes him the "throbbing pulse of faggotry" (Chimpy's words) LOL

Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
================================================================
She's the fish that got away, all because Chimpy didn't have $5 or a
rock of crack as payment. She was...
/ \ \ / \
| | | |
| ' `. ASSHOLE | :
\ | | \| |
\ | / v \\ :
/\ \/ _-- __| \ |
/ \ \_-~ / (*) \ ~-\ |
| \_ \ _/-------\.____,_\| |
\ \ \_,____// _ ___ _ (____> / |
\,___\ < ___) ______ (_____> /
^ /\ | < ____)/ \(_____> |_/\
| / /\| <_____) | (___> / \
BOOB | ( _<____)\_______/ /// _/ / \
| \ \_ \\\_________/// (__/ \
| \ \___) \`--\\_//--'/ /|
| \ / \ / |
| \_ / ^ \ _/ |
| / | \ |
| / / VAGINA \ |
| / / \ |
| / | |
| | | |
....that big. But unlike fishermen's tales of "the one that got away",
this one doesn't get bigger with time, only smaller.
================================================================
Note the labeling so Chimpy can find his way around unfamiliar
territory. LOL!

Come to find out, Chimpy's "lost love" was a result of a hard drive
crash. LOL!

===============================================================
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>

And that's because Checkmate wrote of his "unhappy childhood
experiences" (Chimpy's words) of receiving "belly-rubbing faggoty
bum-stuffing" (Chimpy's words) from his "belly-rubbing, bum-stuffing
drunkard daddy" (Chimpy's words), and what his "belly-rubbing horndog
homodaddy" (Chimpy's words) "did to his asshole... like turn it
inside-out" (Chimpy's words), an experience that was like "trying to
stuff the toothpaste back into the tube" (Chimpy's words) which caused
him to become the "poor pathetic bum-stuffed son of a drunken faggot"
(Chimpy's words) who propositions guys with lines like "I'd like to
tickle his ass" (Chimpy's words), "My penis will spit in your face."
(Chimpy's words), "He could do us both at the same time." (Chimpy's
words) and "You will now suck my penis until I am sufficiently
pleasured." (Chimpy's words to a dude in a dress).

One must wonder if his father realizes "the monster he created when he
was butt-fucking his own son?" (Chimpy's words) because "this isn't
something a normal person dreams up" (Chimpy's words), "this is
something that obviously happened" (Chimpy's words), because "nobody
plucks those kind of details out of thin air" (Chimpy's words), so it
had to be his "own personal experience" (Chimpy's words).
===============================================================

But that was just the beginning, poor Chimpy gives off such a gay vibe
that he is molested everywhere he goes:
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
===============================================================
I think what it means, is that you don't need to worry about waking up
from the anesthesia with your pants around your ankles, laying
face-down in the dental chair, with the dentist telling you you can
spit now.
===============================================================

Let's add some emphasis to better suss the meaning of Chimpy's words:
===============================================================
I think what it means, is that *you* don't need to "worry" about
waking up from the anesthesia with *your* pants around *your* ankles,
laying face-down in the dental chair, with the dentist telling you
*you* can spit now.
===============================================================

But apparently Chimpy's *so* gay he does need to "worry" (read: hope)
that he wakes up in that condition. LOL

So in short, Chimpy is a real-world Mr. Garrison from South Park. He
drives around in his little pooftercar honking his bulb-horn and
shouting "I am NOT gaaaaaay! I dare any man to pound my ass to prove
iiiiit! I guarantee I'll pretend to not like it no matter how hard you
pounnnnnd.".

Melt, Chimpy, melt.
Froth, Chimpy, froth.
Dance, Chimpy, dance!
Muahahaha, etc.

You ignorant gay lying faggot slut.

<snicker>

> --
> Pounnnnnd Checky's ass!
>
> .-''''''.
> ,''. ,,. ',
> .0?, _? '; -,,.,,,,___
> ( (_, , @),/',;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,,,,.
> "\,"_'/ ,--- , ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,
> (_..,';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,
> ';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,-,., ,
> ',.-''' ;;;;;;;;;;;'' __\__ ',
> '., ';;;;;;;;' / \ ',
> ', ';;;;;; | | ,
> ', \;;;; \,___,/ ,
> ', \;;,',,,,,..........:............;
> , ,, ,'"...:::::::::::::::::::::::::
> '., ''', , , ¯;. ' ,-." , ¯, ' ,
> '' ',, ,, ¯, ''' ,'
> '., .'?--¯ ',., .",-.-.,
> ', ; ¯ / \, ,
> ,.'__,..?..,-.'__,..?.,,,,_\
> (;;;;;;;;";;;;;,\¯\,;;;;;;;;;)
> """""""""""""""" """"""""""

Chimpy's trying really hard to be the next goatse image. LOL!

--

FNVWe:
"The Man Who Spanked Chimpy Checkmate The Cowardly CockSmoker Out Of
AUK, Then Out Of The Flonk, Then Into Insanity, Then Made Him Run Away
Like A Little Spankard Bitch. Again."

In which Checkmate admits to being a faggot and fantasizing about men:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

In which Checkmate says he wants to spank guys all night long:
MID: <k3m5ls$3pr$***@news.mixmin.net>

In which Checkmate confesses his desire to fuck who he claims is a
guy:
MID: <k3oolf$cpe$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <k9nj0v$u4a$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <l8ogd6$1cd$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lclrtd$eei$***@news.mixmin.net>

In which Checkmate admits he'd definitely fuck a male dog:
MID: <k2h0j1$6ll$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <k4dsc7$l32$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <k5m8o5$vmq$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>

In which Checkmate admits to having a golden showers fetish:
MID: <k79p80$9ps$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k8t9l0$nf0$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k8t9kv$nev$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k994eg$77l$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k9i8is$sna$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <lf3noh$sqv$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

In which Checkmate asks a guy for a blowjob (again):
MID: <ka4m1r$8rs$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <knd50p$7ni$***@news.albasani.net>
MID: <knnmme$3a4$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <kp77db$rqk$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <kvvjjb$a8t$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <kvvjjb$a8u$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l069qt$g3j$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l1b6g1$qqv$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l65hh2$jpd$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l9b7ha$ret$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lfe72e$q0s$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lffimp$k2f$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

Checkmate's got a thing about tickling guy's asses with random
objects:
MID: <l8rapt$rfm$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lfm4f8$3jb$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <li2ao1$3rf$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

Checkmate's so gay he repeatedly insists that a picture of a vagina is
actually an asshole and balls... he went on and on about assholes and
balls... couldn't shut up about them... come to find out, he was just
trying to tell us that his lost love was actually a man:
MID: <l84jo7$cnd$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l84oip$icu$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l85ste$ao$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l87aud$saf$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l88ptv$nlj$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8dvdt$tj2$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8kl20$91i$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8psgt$m7d$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8rapv$rfm$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l98brg$6hp$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <ldg914$pel$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

Chimpy the neurotic overwrought hysterical hissy-fit ninny escalates
his prescription drug abuse to "calm the fuck down" (Chimpy's words):
MID: <***@dizum.com> - Oxy, Neurontin
MID: <kjucol$ckr$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org> - Oxy, Vicodin
MID: <kmqoip$cg3$***@news.albasani.net> - Norco
MID: <knc9l2$e66$***@news.albasani.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Oxycodone, Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Xanax
MID: <krt925$u63$***@news.mixmin.net> - N2O
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Marijuana
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <kuqmlq$mi7$***@news.mixmin.net> - Amphetamine (!)
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Ecstasy
MID: <l1b6g2$qr0$***@news.mixmin.net> - Vicodin
MID: <l5kd53$8kd$***@news.mixmin.net> - Norco
MID: <lanvc8$f06$***@news.mixmin.net> - Norco
MID: <larrim$lft$***@news.mixmin.net> - N2O
MID: <lcckii$mue$***@news.mixmin.net> - N2O
MID: <***@dizum.com> - Hydrocodone,
Alprazolam
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Percocet
MID: <***@news.altopia.com> - Kratom

Chimpy Checkmate's Famous Faggotisms:
=====================================
Chimpy tries enticing a straight man who lives with a woman to join
him in his lonely faggoty lifestyle:
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
"How about I put the squirrel up your ass to keep your gerbil
company?"

Chimpy's desperate plea to a dude:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Diddle me!"

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Trojans are a condiment."

Chimpy discusses his new boyfriend, Dave "SnuhWolf" Norris:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Snuhbaby makes a good cock warmer."

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Pack your donut hole, any time, anywhere!"

Chimpy discussing the relative merits of 4 inches versus 10 inches:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Plus, I suppose it doesn't hurt as much when they stuff it up your
butt."

MID: <***@news.alt.net>
"Best you keester a kielbasa."

Message-ID: <kvvjjb$a8t$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Brag about it to my dick."
"My dick can't quite hear you, could you come a little closer?"

MID: <knnmmb$3a4$***@news.mixmin.net>
"If you see a dick, suck it."

MID: <***@news.alt.net>
"The Winchester 1892 would make a damned-good dildo."

MID: <l61jjg$tth$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Pump a rump."

MID: <l9d76m$k1v$***@news.mixmin.net>
"You gerbils are always in the dark."

MID: <lal84d$g2u$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"I gotta gay named Guido from Jersey"

MID: <lamgt8$b2d$***@news.mixmin.net>
"If they're soft, yer probably blowin' it all wrong."

MID: <lchub0$q96$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Hitler would have made a damned good Queen."

MID: <lcsgjb$obk$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Don't get slapped by the cocks you crave."

MID: <***@dizum.com>
To a nearly toothless man:
"I wouldn't pay you to suck my dick if your last tooth fell out."
So Chimpy prefers paying *nearly* toothless men for blowjobs, but not
*fully* toothless men. LOL

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"If I send you some money, will you suck Greg's dick?"
Chimpy likes to watch. LOL

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Suck my clit."
Chimpy's proposition to a tranny sucking faggot who gets around being
gay by claiming tranny cocks are 'huge dangling clits'. LOL

Chimpy is confused again: "giant ball-like labia". LOL
MID: <***@dizum.com>
=====================================

What a FAG!

Melt, Chimpy, melt.
Froth, Chimpy, froth.
Dance, Chimpy, dance!

<snicker>

/\ Properly known as Bill
\ /\ The Monster You Kooks Can't Handle
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Wader of Doom, WoD #1
2016-05-21 06:46:45 UTC
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The Risible Mr Fakey, {TSW One of Three} <***@altusenetkooks.xxx>
convinced us all that he's lost it when he wrote:


Reduced to this? Tsk. (nothing new below)




Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus, DoW #1
<***@altusenetkooks.xxx> wrote:

> Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>
>
> Rick "Jism Junkie Gerbil Cannon" Sabian (aka Chimpy The Illiterate
> Ignorant Lying Walter Mitty Credit-Stealing Gay Queer Cum Guzzling
> Boner-Bouncing Slut), socked up as Checkmate, DoW #1, in
> <news:***@news.altopia.com> did thusly jump
> head first into the wood chipper again on Date: Fri, 20 May 2016
> 00:34:14 -0700:
>
> Your midnight bleatfest has begun, I see. What a l00zah! LOL
>
> > In article <***@dizum.com>,
> > Chimpy's Usenet Lord and Master
> > <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> says...
>
> >> James 'Tardnado' McGinn, in
> >> <news:876e9c74-c8eb-495e-ab99-***@googlegroups.com>
> >> did thusly jump head first into the wood chipper again:
>
> >>> So, let me get this straight, hundreds of times and you can't even
> >>> find one?
>
> >> Gaseous phase water in the blahbadee-blah-blah...
>
> > You'd spend the rest of your life arguing about the same stupid shit,
>
> You mean "being right"? LOL
>
> > wouldn't you? Tell me you aren't owned by everybody...
>
> Says the community property froth-o-phag as he bleats out his lispy
> butthurt after midnight. LOL
>
> > What a l00zah!
>
> You're butthurt again for some reason, Chimpy... which means you'll
> soon be begging Paul Derbyshire for blowjobs again. It's a pretty
> easily discerned cycle... you abuse drugs which makes you
> psychologically unbalanced, you get butthurt far too easily, then you
> start sloshing gay all over Usenet, then you backpedal and lie to
> cover up your fagging out, then you run away for awhile. LOL
>
> "You will now suck my penis until I am sufficiently pleasured."
> (Chimpy's words to Paul Derbyshire in a dress).
>
> <snicker>
>
> Chimpy has insisted for *years* that a vagina was actually "a man's
> gaping asshole and a pair of balls" (Chimpy's words) because he's *so*
> gay that even when he looks straight at a vagina, all he sees is "a
> man's gaping asshole and a pair of balls" (Chimpy's words). That's
> because Chimpy *is* the "throbbing pulse of faggotry" (Chimpy's
> words). That's why Chimpy responds to the name "Ignorant Gay Lying
> Faggot Slut". LOL
>
> Chimpy had the goatse image in his fapfolder, so when I posted that
> picture of a gaping vagina in reference to his story about "the one
> who got away" thinking that a ragged-out crack whore would be the
> *best* Chimpy could hope to attract, Chimpy immediately launched into
> a years-long rant about his "lost love" being the goatse image.
>
> How else would Chimpy know that the "lost love" image was an altered
> version of the goatse image to show a vagina rather than male dangly
> bits, and why would he insist for *years* that his "lost love"
> actually had male dangly bits? LOL!
>
> A paraphrasing of what Chimpy was essentially ranting for *years*:
> "Nuhhh-uhhhh! That image is supposed to be the goatse image! I should
> know, I have it in my fapfolder and it was *my* "lost love"! You will
> immediately change the image of my lost love back to having a "man's
> gaping asshole", "gaping asshole and balls", "giant ball-like labia"
> and "a nut sack swinging" or I'll stamp my high heels and hit you with
> my purse!" LOL!
>
> Take, for instance, this emoticon: :(
>
> And now I'll change it to: :-)
>
> But Chimpy will insist it's still a noseless sad-face emoticon because
> he was caught insisting that the picture of his "lost love" was
> actually the goatse image and that his "lost love" actually had a
> "man's gaping asshole" (Chimpy's words), "gaping asshole and balls"
> (Chimpy's words), "giant ball-like labia" (Chimpy's words) and "a nut
> sack swinging" (Chimpy's words)... he has no other choice but to
> insist that every altered image is still the original and therefore
> that his "lost love" *was* a man as he's insisted for years... which
> makes him the "throbbing pulse of faggotry" (Chimpy's words) LOL
>
> Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
> ================================================================
> She's the fish that got away, all because Chimpy didn't have $5 or a
> rock of crack as payment. She was...
> / \ \ / \
> | | | |
> | ' `. ASSHOLE | :
> \ | | \| |
> \ | / v \\ :
> /\ \/ _-- __| \ |
> / \ \_-~ / (*) \ ~-\ |
> | \_ \ _/-------\.____,_\| |
> \ \ \_,____// _ ___ _ (____> / |
> \,___\ < ___) ______ (_____> /
> ^ /\ | < ____)/ \(_____> |_/\
> | / /\| <_____) | (___> / \
> BOOB | ( _<____)\_______/ /// _/ / \
> | \ \_ \\\_________/// (__/ \
> | \ \___) \`--\\_//--'/ /|
> | \ / \ / |
> | \_ / ^ \ _/ |
> | / | \ |
> | / / VAGINA \ |
> | / / \ |
> | / | |
> | | | |
> ....that big. But unlike fishermen's tales of "the one that got away",
> this one doesn't get bigger with time, only smaller.
> ================================================================
> Note the labeling so Chimpy can find his way around unfamiliar
> territory. LOL!
>
> Come to find out, Chimpy's "lost love" was a result of a hard drive
> crash. LOL!
>
> ===============================================================
> Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
> Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
> Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
>
> And that's because Checkmate wrote of his "unhappy childhood
> experiences" (Chimpy's words) of receiving "belly-rubbing faggoty
> bum-stuffing" (Chimpy's words) from his "belly-rubbing, bum-stuffing
> drunkard daddy" (Chimpy's words), and what his "belly-rubbing horndog
> homodaddy" (Chimpy's words) "did to his asshole... like turn it
> inside-out" (Chimpy's words), an experience that was like "trying to
> stuff the toothpaste back into the tube" (Chimpy's words) which caused
> him to become the "poor pathetic bum-stuffed son of a drunken faggot"
> (Chimpy's words) who propositions guys with lines like "I'd like to
> tickle his ass" (Chimpy's words), "My penis will spit in your face."
> (Chimpy's words), "He could do us both at the same time." (Chimpy's
> words) and "You will now suck my penis until I am sufficiently
> pleasured." (Chimpy's words to a dude in a dress).
>
> One must wonder if his father realizes "the monster he created when he
> was butt-fucking his own son?" (Chimpy's words) because "this isn't
> something a normal person dreams up" (Chimpy's words), "this is
> something that obviously happened" (Chimpy's words), because "nobody
> plucks those kind of details out of thin air" (Chimpy's words), so it
> had to be his "own personal experience" (Chimpy's words).
> ===============================================================
>
> But that was just the beginning, poor Chimpy gives off such a gay vibe
> that he is molested everywhere he goes:
> Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
> ===============================================================
> I think what it means, is that you don't need to worry about waking up
> from the anesthesia with your pants around your ankles, laying
> face-down in the dental chair, with the dentist telling you you can
> spit now.
> ===============================================================
>
> Let's add some emphasis to better suss the meaning of Chimpy's words:
> ===============================================================
> I think what it means, is that *you* don't need to "worry" about
> waking up from the anesthesia with *your* pants around *your* ankles,
> laying face-down in the dental chair, with the dentist telling you
> *you* can spit now.
> ===============================================================
>
> But apparently Chimpy's *so* gay he does need to "worry" (read: hope)
> that he wakes up in that condition. LOL
>
> So in short, Chimpy is a real-world Mr. Garrison from South Park. He
> drives around in his little pooftercar honking his bulb-horn and
> shouting "I am NOT gaaaaaay! I dare any man to pound my ass to prove
> iiiiit! I guarantee I'll pretend to not like it no matter how hard you
> pounnnnnd.".
>
> Melt, Chimpy, melt.
> Froth, Chimpy, froth.
> Dance, Chimpy, dance!
> Muahahaha, etc.
>
> You ignorant gay lying faggot slut.
>
> <snicker>
>
> > --
> > Pounnnnnd Checky's ass!
> >
> > .-''''''.
> > ,''. ,,. ',
> > .0?, _? '; -,,.,,,,___
> > ( (_, , @),/',;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,,,,.
> > "\,"_'/ ,--- , ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,
> > (_..,';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,
> > ';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,-,., ,
> > ',.-''' ;;;;;;;;;;;'' __\__ ',
> > '., ';;;;;;;;' / \ ',
> > ', ';;;;;; | | ,
> > ', \;;;; \,___,/ ,
> > ', \;;,',,,,,..........:............;
> > , ,, ,'"...:::::::::::::::::::::::::
> > '., ''', , , ¯;. ' ,-." , ¯, ' ,
> > '' ',, ,, ¯, ''' ,'
> > '., .'?--¯ ',., .",-.-.,
> > ', ; ¯ / \, ,
> > ,.'__,..?..,-.'__,..?.,,,,_\
> > (;;;;;;;;";;;;;,\¯\,;;;;;;;;;)
> > """""""""""""""" """"""""""
>
> Chimpy's trying really hard to be the next goatse image. LOL!


--
Darth Wader, WoD #1 <***@notforspam.fsnet.co.uk> No Club

I can't help it 'bout the shape I'm in,
I can't sing, I ain't pretty and my legs are thin.
Don't ask me what I think of you,
I might not give the answer that you want me to.
Checkmate, DoW #1
2016-05-21 07:29:44 UTC
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In article <1mnl9bm.x1d2wm158g22N%***@spambin.fsnet.co.uk>,
***@spambin.fsnet.co.uk says...


> Subject: Re: A world of of misinformation and imaginary science
> From: Wader of Doom, WoD #1 <***@spambin.fsnet.co.uk>
> Reply-To: ***@notforspam.fsnet.co.uk (Darth Wader, WoD #1)
> Newsgroups: alt.checkmate, alt.usenet.kooks, sci.physics
>
>
> The Risible Mr Fakey, {TSW One of Three} <***@altusenetkooks.xxx>
> convinced us all that he's lost it when he wrote:
>
>
> Reduced to this? Tsk. (nothing new below)
>

Fakey's tacit admission of defeat and a total meltdown! It is to LOL!

(also some cowardly snipping of his well-deserved mockery)

See that, Nads... I mean Paul? That's how it's done.

--

Checkmate, AUK DoW #1, new Honorary FNVW of AUK, and Fakey's master
AUK Hammer of Thor award, Feb. 2012 (Pre-Burnore)
Destroyer of the AUK Ko0k Vote (Post-Burnore)
Originator of the "Dance for me" (tm) lame
Copyright © 2016
all rights reserved
Friendly Neighborhood Vote Wrangler Emeritus, DoW #1
2016-05-22 05:52:40 UTC
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Time to spin the kooks up again. Melt, kooks, melt. <snicker>

Rick "Jism Junkie Gerbil Cannon" Sabian (aka Chimpy The Illiterate
Ignorant Lying Walter Mitty Credit-Stealing Gay Queer Cum Guzzling
Boner-Bouncing Slut), socked up as Checkmate, DoW #1, in
<news:***@news.altopia.com> did thusly jump head
first into the wood chipper again on Date: Sat, 21 May 2016 00:29:44
-0700:

I've got Chimpy bleating hard after midnight. Again. Because he fagged
out. Again. Chimpy's pwned. Gay and pwned. Uber gay and uber pwned.
LOL

See that, Nads... I mean Paul? That's how it's done.

<snicker>

> In article <1mnl9bm.x1d2wm158g22N%***@spambin.fsnet.co.uk>,
> Tr!pe the Hypoxic ChickenFucker (aka Steve Hall), socked up
> as Wiper of Dook <***@spambin.fsnet.co.uk> says...

>> The Risible Mr Fakey, {TSW One of Three} <***@altusenetkooks.xxx>
>> convinced us all that he's lost it when he wrote:

>> Reduced to this? Tsk. (nothing new below)

Reduced? I'm winning, for fuck sake.

<snicker>

> Fakey's tacit admission of defeat and a total meltdown! It is to LOL!
>
> (also some cowardly snipping of his well-deserved mockery)
>
> See that, Nads... I mean Paul?

Chimpy tried to lick my ass! The bad man tried to touch me in my
private place! Arrest that pervert!

<snicker>

> That's how it's done.

Nicely backpedaled, Chimpy... you're desperate to cover up your
Freudian slip, in which you let slip that you didn't want to *kick*
Paul Derbyshire's ass, you wanted to *lick* Paul Derbyshire's ass. So
much so that you put it in the Subject, and started a whole new
thread.

Oh, here's the thread:
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>

Remember your slip about Guido?

MID: <lal84d$g2u$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"I gotta gay named Guido from Jersey"

That makes how many times you've slipped, Chimpy? Five or six?
Hundred? LOL

Chimpy has insisted for *years* that a vagina was actually "a man's
gaping asshole and a pair of balls" (Chimpy's words) because he's *so*
gay that even when he looks straight at a vagina, all he sees is "a
man's gaping asshole and a pair of balls" (Chimpy's words). That's
because Chimpy *is* the "throbbing pulse of faggotry" (Chimpy's
words). That's why Chimpy responds to the name "Ignorant Gay Lying
Faggot Slut". LOL

Chimpy had the goatse image in his fapfolder, so when I posted that
picture of a gaping vagina in reference to his story about "the one
who got away" thinking that a ragged-out crack whore would be the
*best* Chimpy could hope to attract, Chimpy immediately launched into
a years-long rant about his "lost love" being the goatse image.

How else would Chimpy know that the "lost love" image was an altered
version of the goatse image to show a vagina rather than male dangly
bits, and why would he insist for *years* that his "lost love"
actually had male dangly bits? LOL!

A paraphrasing of what Chimpy was essentially ranting for *years*:
"Nuhhh-uhhhh! That image is supposed to be the goatse image! I should
know, I have it in my fapfolder and it was *my* "lost love"! You will
immediately change the image of my lost love back to having a "man's
gaping asshole", "gaping asshole and balls", "giant ball-like labia"
and "a nut sack swinging" or I'll stamp my high heels and hit you with
my purse!" LOL!

Take, for instance, this emoticon: :(

And now I'll change it to: :-)

But Chimpy will insist it's still a noseless sad-face emoticon because
he was caught insisting that the picture of his "lost love" was
actually the goatse image and that his "lost love" actually had a
"man's gaping asshole" (Chimpy's words), "gaping asshole and balls"
(Chimpy's words), "giant ball-like labia" (Chimpy's words) and "a nut
sack swinging" (Chimpy's words)... he has no other choice but to
insist that every altered image is still the original and therefore
that his "lost love" *was* a man as he's insisted for years... which
makes him the "throbbing pulse of faggotry" (Chimpy's words) LOL

Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
================================================================
She's the fish that got away, all because Chimpy didn't have $5 or a
rock of crack as payment. She was...
/ \ \ / \
| | | |
| ' `. ASSHOLE | :
\ | | \| |
\ | / v \\ :
/\ \/ _-- __| \ |
/ \ \_-~ / (*) \ ~-\ |
| \_ \ _/-------\.____,_\| |
\ \ \_,____// _ ___ _ (____> / |
\,___\ < ___) ______ (_____> /
^ /\ | < ____)/ \(_____> |_/\
| / /\| <_____) | (___> / \
BOOB | ( _<____)\_______/ /// _/ / \
| \ \_ \\\_________/// (__/ \
| \ \___) \`--\\_//--'/ /|
| \ / \ / |
| \_ / ^ \ _/ |
| / | \ |
| / / VAGINA \ |
| / / \ |
| / | |
| | | |
.....that big. But unlike fishermen's tales of "the one that got away",
this one doesn't get bigger with time, only smaller.
================================================================
Note the labeling so Chimpy can find his way around unfamiliar
territory. LOL!

Come to find out, Chimpy's "lost love" was a result of a hard drive
crash. LOL!

===============================================================
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>

Checkmate wrote of his "unhappy childhood experiences" (Chimpy's
words) of receiving "belly-rubbing faggoty bum-stuffing" (Chimpy's
words) from his "belly-rubbing, bum-stuffing drunkard daddy" (Chimpy's
words), and what his "belly-rubbing horndog homodaddy" (Chimpy's
words) "did to his asshole... like turn it inside-out" (Chimpy's
words), an experience that was like "trying to stuff the toothpaste
back into the tube" (Chimpy's words) which caused him to become the
"poor pathetic bum-stuffed son of a drunken faggot" (Chimpy's words)
who propositions guys with lines like "I'd like to tickle his ass"
(Chimpy's words), "My penis will spit in your face." (Chimpy's words),
"He could do us both at the same time." (Chimpy's words) and "You will
now suck my penis until I am sufficiently pleasured." (Chimpy's words
to a dude in a dress).

One must wonder if his father realizes "the monster he created when he
was butt-fucking his own son?" (Chimpy's words) because "this isn't
something a normal person dreams up" (Chimpy's words), "this is
something that obviously happened" (Chimpy's words), because "nobody
plucks those kind of details out of thin air" (Chimpy's words), so it
had to be his "own personal experience" (Chimpy's words).
===============================================================

But that was just the beginning, poor Chimpy gives off such a gay vibe
that he is molested everywhere he goes:
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
===============================================================
I think what it means, is that you don't need to worry about waking up
from the anesthesia with your pants around your ankles, laying
face-down in the dental chair, with the dentist telling you you can
spit now.
===============================================================

Let's add some emphasis to better suss the meaning of Chimpy's words:
===============================================================
I think what it means, is that *you* don't need to "worry" about
waking up from the anesthesia with *your* pants around *your* ankles,
laying face-down in the dental chair, with the dentist telling you
*you* can spit now.
===============================================================

But apparently Chimpy's *so* gay he does need to "worry" (read: hope)
that he wakes up in that condition. LOL

So in short, Chimpy is a real-world Mr. Garrison from South Park. He
drives around in his little pooftercar honking his bulb-horn and
shouting "I am NOT gaaaaaay! I dare any man to pound my ass to prove
iiiiit! I guarantee I'll pretend to not like it no matter how hard you
pounnnnnd.".

Melt, Chimpy, melt.
Froth, Chimpy, froth.
Dance, Chimpy, dance!
Muahahaha, etc.

You ignorant gay lying faggot slut.

<snicker>

> --
> Pounnnnnd Checky's ass!
>
> .-''''''.
> ,''. ,,. ',
> .0?, _? '; -,,.,,,,___
> ( (_, , @),/',;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,,,,.
> "\,"_'/ ,--- , ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,
> (_..,';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,
> ';;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;,-,., ,
> ',.-''' ;;;;;;;;;;;'' __\__ ',
> '., ';;;;;;;;' / \ ',
> ', ';;;;;; | | ,
> ', \;;;; \,___,/ ,
> ', \;;,',,,,,..........:............;
> , ,, ,'"...:::::::::::::::::::::::::
> '., ''', , , ¯;. ' ,-." , ¯, ' ,
> '' ',, ,, ¯, ''' ,'
> '., .'?--¯ ',., .",-.-.,
> ', ; ¯ / \, ,
> ,.'__,..?..,-.'__,..?.,,,,_\
> (;;;;;;;;";;;;;,\¯\,;;;;;;;;;)
> """""""""""""""" """"""""""

Chimpy's trying really hard to be the next goatse image. LOL!

--

FNVWe:
"The Man Who Spanked Chimpy Checkmate The Cowardly CockSmoker Out Of
AUK, Then Out Of The Flonk, Then Into Insanity, Then Made Him Run Away
Like A Little Spankard Bitch. Again."

In which Checkmate admits to being a faggot and fantasizing about men:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

In which Checkmate says he wants to spank guys all night long:
MID: <k3m5ls$3pr$***@news.mixmin.net>

In which Checkmate confesses his desire to fuck who he claims is a
guy:
MID: <k3oolf$cpe$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <k9nj0v$u4a$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <l8ogd6$1cd$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lclrtd$eei$***@news.mixmin.net>

In which Checkmate admits he'd definitely fuck a male dog:
MID: <k2h0j1$6ll$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <k4dsc7$l32$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <k5m8o5$vmq$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>

In which Checkmate admits to having a golden showers fetish:
MID: <k79p80$9ps$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k8t9l0$nf0$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k8t9kv$nev$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k994eg$77l$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <k9i8is$sna$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <lf3noh$sqv$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

In which Checkmate asks a guy for a blowjob (again):
MID: <ka4m1r$8rs$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org>
MID: <knd50p$7ni$***@news.albasani.net>
MID: <knnmme$3a4$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <kp77db$rqk$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <kvvjjb$a8t$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <kvvjjb$a8u$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l069qt$g3j$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l1b6g1$qqv$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l65hh2$jpd$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l9b7ha$ret$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lfe72e$q0s$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lffimp$k2f$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

Checkmate's got a thing about tickling guy's asses with random
objects:
MID: <l8rapt$rfm$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <lfm4f8$3jb$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <li2ao1$3rf$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

Checkmate's so gay he repeatedly insists that a picture of a vagina is
actually an asshole and balls... he went on and on about assholes and
balls... couldn't shut up about them... come to find out, he was just
trying to tell us that his lost love was actually a man:
MID: <l84jo7$cnd$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l84oip$icu$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l85ste$ao$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l87aud$saf$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l88ptv$nlj$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8dvdt$tj2$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8kl20$91i$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8psgt$m7d$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l8rapv$rfm$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <l98brg$6hp$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <ldg914$pel$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
MID: <***@dizum.com>

Chimpy the neurotic overwrought hysterical hissy-fit ninny escalates
his prescription drug abuse to "calm the fuck down" (Chimpy's words):
MID: <***@dizum.com> - Oxy, Neurontin
MID: <kjucol$ckr$***@newsfeed.x-privat.org> - Oxy, Vicodin
MID: <kmqoip$cg3$***@news.albasani.net> - Norco
MID: <knc9l2$e66$***@news.albasani.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Oxycodone, Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Xanax
MID: <krt925$u63$***@news.mixmin.net> - N2O
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Marijuana
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <kuqmlq$mi7$***@news.mixmin.net> - Amphetamine (!)
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Vicodin
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Ecstasy
MID: <l1b6g2$qr0$***@news.mixmin.net> - Vicodin
MID: <l5kd53$8kd$***@news.mixmin.net> - Norco
MID: <lanvc8$f06$***@news.mixmin.net> - Norco
MID: <larrim$lft$***@news.mixmin.net> - N2O
MID: <lcckii$mue$***@news.mixmin.net> - N2O
MID: <***@dizum.com> - Hydrocodone,
Alprazolam
MID: <***@news.alt.net> - Percocet
MID: <***@news.altopia.com> - Kratom

Chimpy Checkmate's Famous Faggotisms:
=====================================
Chimpy tries enticing a straight man who lives with a woman to join
him in his lonely faggoty lifestyle:
Message-ID: <***@dizum.com>
"How about I put the squirrel up your ass to keep your gerbil
company?"

Chimpy's desperate plea to a dude:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Diddle me!"

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Trojans are a condiment."

Chimpy discusses his new boyfriend, Dave "SnuhWolf" Norris:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Snuhbaby makes a good cock warmer."

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Pack your donut hole, any time, anywhere!"

Chimpy discussing the relative merits of 4 inches versus 10 inches:
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Plus, I suppose it doesn't hurt as much when they stuff it up your
butt."

MID: <***@news.alt.net>
"Best you keester a kielbasa."

Message-ID: <kvvjjb$a8t$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Brag about it to my dick."
"My dick can't quite hear you, could you come a little closer?"

MID: <knnmmb$3a4$***@news.mixmin.net>
"If you see a dick, suck it."

MID: <***@news.alt.net>
"The Winchester 1892 would make a damned-good dildo."

MID: <l61jjg$tth$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Pump a rump."

MID: <l9d76m$k1v$***@news.mixmin.net>
"You gerbils are always in the dark."

MID: <lal84d$g2u$***@news.mixmin.net>
MID: <***@dizum.com>
"I gotta gay named Guido from Jersey"

MID: <lamgt8$b2d$***@news.mixmin.net>
"If they're soft, yer probably blowin' it all wrong."

MID: <lchub0$q96$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Hitler would have made a damned good Queen."

MID: <lcsgjb$obk$***@news.mixmin.net>
"Don't get slapped by the cocks you crave."

MID: <***@dizum.com>
To a nearly toothless man:
"I wouldn't pay you to suck my dick if your last tooth fell out."
So Chimpy prefers paying *nearly* toothless men for blowjobs, but not
*fully* toothless men. LOL

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"If I send you some money, will you suck Greg's dick?"
Chimpy likes to watch. LOL

MID: <***@dizum.com>
"Suck my clit."
Chimpy's proposition to a tranny sucking faggot who gets around being
gay by claiming tranny cocks are 'huge dangling clits'. LOL

Chimpy is confused again: "giant ball-like labia". LOL
MID: <***@dizum.com>
=====================================

What a FAG!

Melt, Chimpy, melt.
Froth, Chimpy, froth.
Dance, Chimpy, dance!

<snicker>

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Skeet DoW # 420
2016-05-21 13:26:42 UTC
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On Sat, 21 May 2016 08:21:22 +0200 (CEST), "Friendly Neighborhood Vote
Wrangler Emeritus, DoW #1" <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> wrote:

> backpedal and lie to
>cover up fagging out, then run away for awhile. LOL


Fakey reliving his past.
James McGinn
2016-05-22 17:14:14 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > >
> > > It HAS been detected.
> >
> > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> >
> > Fair enough?
> >
> >
> > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
>
> The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
>
> No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
>
> That's the way science works.

It's regrettable that nobody can find the evidence of gaseous H2O at ambient temperatures.
James McGinn
2017-01-21 03:11:03 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > >
> > > It HAS been detected.
> >
> > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> >
> > Fair enough?
> >
> >
> > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
>
> The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
>
> No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
>
> That's the way science works.

Were your scientific beliefs handed down to you from God?
Claudius Denk
2017-10-01 19:14:20 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 4:21:20 PM UTC-7, ***@gmail.com wrote:
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 2:19:06 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > >
> > > It HAS been detected.
> >
> > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> >
> > Fair enough?
> >
> >
> > No more BS. Put up or shut up. Show the data.
>
> The exact same statement has been made about you, multiple times.
>
> No more BS. Put up or shut up. Prove that humid air is heavier than light air. the burden is on you, since it is you who is making an extraordinary claim.
>
> That's the way science works.

You got nothing.
Mikkel Haaheim
2016-05-20 09:25:42 UTC
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Le jeudi 19 mai 2016 23:19:06 UTC+2, James McGinn a écrit :
> On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > >
> > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> >
> > It HAS been detected.
>
> Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
>
The following link has detailed graphs and lists of the differential absorbtion spectra bands for water vapor (DEFINED as the gaseous phase), liquid water, and ice (DEFINED as the solid phase). It also provides information on variations of absorbtion spectra produced by water with different isotopes of both oxygen and hydrogen.


http://unicorn.ps.uci.edu/249/Handouts/waterbands.pdf


This next link is a report on an alalytical algorythm for mapping out vapor columns (columns of rising gas produced by evaporation) through various masks (such as suspended liquid and soild water condensate -clouds, and suspended particulates) and with varied backgrounds (liquid water masses, ice masses, soils, vegetation, etc).


http://modis-atmos.gsfc.nasa.gov/_docs/atbd_mod03.pdf


There is a wealth of information available through simple google searches. I just chose the first well presented sample from each category that provided both data and graphs.
James McGinn
2016-05-20 21:19:37 UTC
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On Friday, May 20, 2016 at 2:25:45 AM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> Le jeudi 19 mai 2016 23:19:06 UTC+2, James McGinn a écrit :
> > On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
> > >
> > > It HAS been detected.
> >
> > Show the data. Show me something reproducible, or make a retraction.
> >
> The following link has detailed graphs and lists of the differential absorbtion spectra bands for water vapor (DEFINED as the gaseous phase), liquid water, and ice (DEFINED as the solid phase). It also provides information on variations of absorbtion spectra produced by water with different isotopes of both oxygen and hydrogen.
>
>
> http://unicorn.ps.uci.edu/249/Handouts/waterbands.pdf
>
>
> This next link is a report on an alalytical algorythm for mapping out vapor columns (columns of rising gas produced by evaporation) through various masks (such as suspended liquid and soild water condensate -clouds, and suspended particulates) and with varied backgrounds (liquid water masses, ice masses, soils, vegetation, etc).
>
>
> http://modis-atmos.gsfc.nasa.gov/_docs/atbd_mod03.pdf
>
>
> There is a wealth of information available through simple google searches. I just chose the first well presented sample from each category that provided both data and graphs.

That's great and all, but what's your point?
James McGinn
2016-05-22 17:05:08 UTC
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On Thursday, May 19, 2016 at 12:47:15 PM UTC-7, Mikkel Haaheim wrote:
> >
> > Tell us again why we should believe that moist air contains gaseous H2O if such has never been detected.
>
> It HAS been detected.


LOL. Your imagination isn't evidence.


It is differentially detectable through EM absorbtion spectra.


Then why not make an argument to that effect. Go ahead.

>
>
> >
> > Tell us again why we should believe moist air is lighter than dry air if such has never been measured.
>
> It HAS been measured, both directly and indirectly. It is also easily measurable through simple lab experiments.

Your imagination isn't evidence.

>
>
> >
> > Tell us again how the undetected gaseous H2O released 1,000 times the latent heat than has ever been measured in a laboratory upon condensing from a gaseous H2O that has never been detected.
>
> Again, the gaseous H2O HAS been detected. Otherwise, not sure what you are asking.

Put up or shut up.

>
> >
> > Tell us how this undetected latent heat pushes the atmosphere and, somehow, causes the emergence of distinct bands of flow-jetstreams-along the tropopause.
>
> Heat causes gases to expand, increasing pressure. This has been long established through easily reproducible experiments. As for the jet stream, look up "NWS Jet Stream", also found under "jet stream meteorology".

Do you have a point?

>
>
> >
> > Tell us how this explains the highly structured entities, tornadoes, that have been observed descending down from the sky.
>
> Not related to the jet stream. Tornadoes form in stor supercells, which result from the combination of large high pressure masses (hot air) combining with large low pressure masses (cold air).

Then feel free to make an argument to that effect.


>
> >
> > Tell us all of these things and keep telling us, over an over again, until you are so sick of telling us that you have no choice but to admit that what you've been telling us is complete nonsense.

Answer my questions.
Skeeter
2016-03-18 20:03:24 UTC
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On Fri, 18 Mar 2016 16:53:42 +0100 (CET), Friendly Neighborhood Vote
Wrangler Emeritus <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> wrote:

>But I do note you're spamming Usenet
buZZard
2016-03-18 22:58:39 UTC
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On 3/18/2016 4:03 PM, Skeeter wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Mar 2016 16:53:42 +0100 (CET), Friendly Neighborhood Vote
> Wrangler Emeritus <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> wrote:
>
>> But I do note you're spamming Usenet
>
Noted and recorded.
%
2016-03-18 23:38:41 UTC
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buZZard wrote:
> On 3/18/2016 4:03 PM, Skeeter wrote:
>> On Fri, 18 Mar 2016 16:53:42 +0100 (CET), Friendly Neighborhood Vote
>> Wrangler Emeritus <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> wrote:
>>
>>> But I do note you're spamming Usenet
>>
> Noted and recorded.

the noted note was noted by the noted noter
buZZard
2016-03-19 01:54:01 UTC
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On 3/18/2016 7:38 PM, % wrote:
> buZZard wrote:
>> On 3/18/2016 4:03 PM, Skeeter wrote:
>>> On Fri, 18 Mar 2016 16:53:42 +0100 (CET), Friendly Neighborhood Vote
>>> Wrangler Emeritus <***@altusenetkooks.xxx> wrote:
>>>
>>>> But I do note you're spamming Usenet
>>>
>> Noted and recorded.
>
> the noted note was noted by the noted noter
>
Damn near Notarized now.
James McGinn
2016-03-29 15:23:38 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
>
Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-05-09 03:10:34 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
>
https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-05-18 18:15:56 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
>
https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
>
http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-06-15 22:23:20 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-08-30 18:36:02 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-11-10 14:22:50 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-11-10 14:23:09 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-11-22 14:30:30 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2016-12-18 03:19:06 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-01-17 18:18:00 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-02-23 15:38:26 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-04-24 02:49:18 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
Claudius Denk
2017-09-07 01:38:26 UTC
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On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 7:49:21 PM UTC-7, James McGinn wrote:
> On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> > https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
> >
> > http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
> >
> > RTB:
> > Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
> >
> > JM:
> > Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
> >
> > Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-06-02 16:52:42 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-09-15 18:08:51 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-09-22 18:40:06 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-10-13 04:29:26 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2017-11-16 19:58:19 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2018-01-29 14:12:53 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2018-02-17 23:00:42 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2018-02-20 02:46:15 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
>
> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2018-02-27 22:39:24 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
>
> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
>
> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
>
> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
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> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
James McGinn
2018-03-13 19:46:28 UTC
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On Saturday, February 27, 2016 at 2:19:21 PM UTC-8, James McGinn wrote:
> https://tallbloke.wordpress.com/2016/02/26/weekend-open-thread/comment-page-1/#comment-114153
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> http://climateofsophistry.com/2016/02/26/slayer-double-victory/#comment-26236
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> RTB:
> Where we differ is that I think the greenhouse effect does exist. However, it's smaller than current theory says it is, and CO2 makes little difference to it, due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes at work.
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> JM:
> Roger, like talking to a enviro-whacko on the greenhouse effect, there is a world of misinformation and imaginary science in your statement, " . . . due to the latent heat transfer and convective processes . . . "
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> Your unverified musings are not more valid than those of climate whackos.
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