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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
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James McGinn
2018-01-23 21:14:00 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet


If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even when the assertion is blatant nonsense.

For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the heavens move over our heads.

Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time. It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.

The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.

Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere, or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress

What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.

Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be possible without your participation.

James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16329
p***@gmail.com
2018-01-24 01:10:30 UTC
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If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth.
Sorry, Jim, but you can repeat your crap thousands of times and it will never take on the look and feel of scientific truth, that's just not going to happen.
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What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
You personally have proven this over and over again ad nauseum, Jim. When will it ever end?
Serg io
2018-01-24 01:19:44 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth.
Sorry, Jim, but you can repeat your crap thousands of times and it will never take on the look and feel of scientific truth, that's just not going to happen.
Post by James McGinn
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
You personally have proven this over and over again ad nauseum, Jim. When will it ever end?
some additional facts;

"if you repeat a lie often enough, you are a liar"

"Morons using the usenet like McGinn, expose their depth of stupidity
every time they post"
James McGinn
2018-01-24 06:09:30 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth.
Sorry, Jim, but you can repeat your crap thousands of times and it will never take on the look and feel of scientific truth, that's just not going to happen.
Post by James McGinn
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
You personally have proven this over and over again ad nauseum, Jim. When will it ever end?
some additional facts;
"if you repeat a lie often enough, you are a liar"
"Morons using the usenet like McGinn, expose their depth of stupidity
every time they post"
Sergio has the mind of a child. He just believes what everybody believes.
James McGinn
2018-01-24 04:42:58 UTC
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If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth.
Sorry, Jim, but you can repeat your crap thousands of times and it will never take on the look and feel of scientific truth,
You are a idiot who can't explain what he claims to understand.


that's just not going to happen.
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What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
You personally have proven this over and over again ad nauseum, Jim. When will it ever end?
You got nothing!!!
James McGinn
2018-02-16 19:07:27 UTC
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If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth.
Sorry, Jim, but you can repeat your crap thousands of times and it will never take on the look and feel of scientific truth, that's just not going to happen.
Post by James McGinn
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
You personally have proven this over and over again ad nauseum, Jim. When will it ever end?
I wonder wny nobody can find it.
Odd Bodkin
2018-01-25 14:56:14 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f&t329
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James McGinn
2018-01-25 15:34:35 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
Odd Bodkin
2018-01-25 16:42:16 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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James McGinn
2018-01-25 17:23:17 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You got nothing!!!
Odd Bodkin
2018-01-25 17:38:15 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You got nothing!!!
Can’t answer a simple question why you cannot get your ass to a library for
free and sit down with an open book? Are you confined? Are you bedridden?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
James McGinn
2018-01-25 18:36:53 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You got nothing!!!
Can’t answer a simple question why you cannot get your ass to a library for
free and sit down with an open book? Are you confined? Are you bedridden?
Apparently my creative reading skills are not as well developed as are yours.

Do you have any other skills? Tea leaves? Crystal balls. Seances?

I've always wondered if Oswald acted alone. Can you conjure him up? No? How about Jack Ruby?
Odd Bodkin
2018-01-25 23:15:26 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress;
Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You got nothing!!!
Can’t answer a simple question why you cannot get your ass to a library for
free and sit down with an open book? Are you confined? Are you bedridden?
Apparently my creative reading skills are not as well developed as are yours.
Apparently your reading skills PERIOD are not well developed. What BOOKS
have you read, authors and titles?
Post by James McGinn
Do you have any other skills? Tea leaves? Crystal balls. Seances?
I've always wondered if Oswald acted alone. Can you conjure him up? No?
How about Jack Ruby?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
James McGinn
2018-01-26 00:01:19 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress;
Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You got nothing!!!
Can’t answer a simple question why you cannot get your ass to a library for
free and sit down with an open book? Are you confined? Are you bedridden?
Apparently my creative reading skills are not as well developed as are yours.
Apparently your reading skills PERIOD are not well developed. What BOOKS
have you read, authors and titles?
Post by James McGinn
Do you have any other skills? Tea leaves? Crystal balls. Seances?
I've always wondered if Oswald acted alone. Can you conjure him up? No?
How about Jack Ruby?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
Go to hell you lying jackass.
p***@gmail.com
2018-01-26 06:17:44 UTC
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Run, Jim, run, as fast as you can...
James McGinn
2018-01-26 17:52:41 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of trees. Science isn't your thing.
Odd Bodkin
2018-01-27 00:11:48 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
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Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of
trees. Science isn't your thing.
And self proclaimed intelligence is absolutely no substitute for education,
o useless one.
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of
scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things
that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as
long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is
really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even
when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and
looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the
heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time.
It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates
this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not
evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet
size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct
the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of
science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere,
or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at
temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum
of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that
even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the
depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are
generally taken for granted.
You project so hard that the IMAX theater company is interested in your
services.
Post by James McGinn
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be
possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
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You have nothing you worthless piece of shit.
What exactly do you have against reading a book on the basics, Jim?
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Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of
trees. Science isn't your thing.
And self proclaimed intelligence is absolutely no substitute for education,
o useless one.
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Don't stop believing . . . Who is that, Journey?
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Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of
trees. Science isn't your thing.
And self proclaimed intelligence is absolutely no substitute for education,
o useless one.
"Reading is no substitute for intelligence" - James McGinn

a keeper !
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Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of
trees. Science isn't your thing.
And self proclaimed intelligence is absolutely no substitute for education,
o useless one.
"Reading is no substitute for intelligence" - James McGinn
a keeper !
McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.

One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
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The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of
trees. Science isn't your thing.
And self proclaimed intelligence is absolutely no substitute for education,
o useless one.
"Reading is no substitute for intelligence" - James McGinn
a keeper !
McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
LOL. You retards don't have anything but cliche.

I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are smart.
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McGinn stated

"I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are smart."

Well, this certainly lyrics seems to be the case for you, Jim, because you are as dumb as they come...
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McGinn stated
"I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are smart."
Well, this certainly lyrics seems to be the case for you, Jim, because you are as dumb as they come...
Lyrics?

I just love it when people call other people stupid and then can't even
write a sentence that makes sense.
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McGinn stated
"I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are smart."
Well, this certainly lyrics seems to be the case for you, Jim, because
you are as dumb as they come...
Lyrics?
I just love it when people call other people stupid and then can't even
write a sentence that makes sense.
I think James McGinn is stating his core belief, that he can seem smart
on the internet.




"I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are
smart." -James McGinn

another Keeper!


"Reading is no substitute for intelligence" - James McGinn
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McGinn stated
"I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are smart."
Well, this certainly lyrics seems to be the case for you, Jim, because
you are as dumb as they come...
Lyrics?
I just love it when people call other people stupid and then can't even
write a sentence that makes sense.
I think James McGinn is stating his core belief, that he can seem smart
on the internet.
"I think the internet gives dumb people the illusion that they are
smart." -James McGinn
another Keeper!
I think Nads has this one framed on her wall.
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"Reading is no substitute for intelligence" - James McGinn
Odd needs this one, but I"m pretty sure it is NOT on his walls.
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James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f &t 329
Reading is no substitute for intelligence. keep making toys out of
trees. Science isn't your thing.
And self proclaimed intelligence is absolutely no substitute for education,
o useless one.
"Reading is no substitute for intelligence" - James McGinn
a keeper !
McFly Speaks TRUTH!
You tellem Binj!
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.

This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the difference between what they understand and what they only believe.

In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it. If they claim they understand but refuse to explain that is because they don't understand. They believe they understand. Believers are dopes.
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
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If they claim they understand but refuse to explain that is because they
don't understand. They believe they understand. Believers are dopes.
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
What have you read? Authors, titles, Jim.
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
What have you read? Authors, titles, Jim.
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If it will make you feel any better I will allow you to make a retraction.
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
What have you read? Authors, titles, Jim.
--
Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
If it will make you feel any better I will allow you to make a retraction.
Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
What have you read? Authors, titles, Jim.
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
If it will make you feel any better I will allow you to make a retraction.
Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
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Uh, well, okay. Uh, how about this. None of you brain-dead science groupies EVER have an argument.

You got nothing!!!
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually
eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
What have you read? Authors, titles, Jim.
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
If it will make you feel any better I will allow you to make a retraction.
Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
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Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
Uh, well, okay. Uh, how about this. None of you brain-dead science
groupies EVER have an argument.
You got nothing!!!
Well, Jim, I gather that’s what you crave. Not facts, not an education, not
good reading. Just an argument. It’s the only kind of attention you know.
What’s it like to not get satisfaction for even that?
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually
eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
You got nothing!!!
What have you read? Authors, titles, Jim.
--
Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
If it will make you feel any better I will allow you to make a retraction.
Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
--
Odd Bodkin -- maker of fine toys, tools, tables
Uh, well, okay. Uh, how about this. None of you brain-dead science
groupies EVER have an argument.
You got nothing!!!
Well, Jim, I gather that’s what you crave. Not facts, not an education, not
good reading. Just an argument. It’s the only kind of attention you know.
What’s it like to not get satisfaction for even that?
--
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Why don't you, Sergio, and Penal implant put your heads together and see if you can formulate a coherent sentence to explain what you claim you understand.

Until then . . . wait for it . . . wait for it . . . :
You got nothing!!!
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?

Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
AF
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Make sure to take your pills Jimmy. You don't want your imagination to get out of control again.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
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Se rgio
2018-02-08 00:59:44 UTC
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
Sergio is dumb.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
Sergio is dumb.
Hi ho Silver
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
Sergio is dumb.
Hi ho Silver
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
Sergio is dumb.
Hi ho Silver
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
fool.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
fool.
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2018-02-10 17:50:36 UTC
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
fool.
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2018-02-11 22:10:56 UTC
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
fool.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
fool.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
McGinn is a troll.
fool.
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Not only have you read nothing from a book, but your list of retorts about
that fact is short, repetitive, and unimaginative. What are you, six years
old?
So, you came here to tell us you can read?
Uh . . . er, . . . uh?
Well, only because apparently you can’t.
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Lots of people can read.
Serg io
2018-01-28 19:26:45 UTC
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
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If they claim they understand but refuse to explain that is because they
don't understand. They believe they understand. Believers are dopes.
"If they claim they understand but refuse to explain, that is because
they don't understand. They believe they understand. Believers are
dopes." -James McGinn

ANOTHER KEEPER !!

[Strong in Psychological projection, this one is. -Yota]
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2018-01-28 19:56:14 UTC
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McFly Speaks TRUTH! I've got a mathematician friend whose brain is like
a massive database. EVERYTHING he reads or hears goes right in and stays
there forever. Makes him seem very smart.
One problem: Garbage in = Garbage out!
When confronted with someone whose faith is waning clergy will often
advise reading--bible, koran. There is something about reading that
forgoes critical thinking. Their filter is turned off--lots of garbage in.
This is why dumb people will often advise reading if you ask them to
explain what they think they understand. Most people can't tell the
difference between what they understand and what they only believe.
In science people who genuinely understand something are usually eager to explain it.
Pathetic childish manipulation games, Jim. No one has to chew your food for
you. No one should feel “eager” to do that. Go to the library. It’s free.
Post by James McGinn
If they claim they understand but refuse to explain that is because they
don't understand. They believe they understand. Believers are dopes.
"If they claim they understand but refuse to explain, that is because
they don't understand. They believe they understand. Believers are
dopes." -James McGinn
ANOTHER KEEPER !!
[Strong in Psychological projection, this one is. -Yota]
LOL. Poor dumb Sergio.

Present an argument, you fucking moron.

LOL. Fat chance that.
j***@gmail.com
2018-01-25 18:42:20 UTC
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You keep repeating false statements.
Science has proven that CO2 heats the atmosphere:
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/02/150225132103.htm
And debunked.
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2018-01-25 18:47:00 UTC
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You keep repeating false statements.
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/02/150225132103.htm
And debunked.
It has also proven that it cools it.
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2018-02-17 01:54:27 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time. It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere, or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16329
James McGinn
2018-02-19 17:57:07 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time. It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere, or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16329
James McGinn
2018-03-11 22:48:35 UTC
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time. It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere, or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16329
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Odd Bodkin wrote

Nothing at all- for years.

Oh!! Yes!!!

He thinks 'gravitons' 'swarm'.
Hahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahaha

He read it in a book.

(He has no capacity for independent thought.)

Poor Odd.
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Nothing at all- for years.
Oh!! Yes!!!
He thinks 'gravitons' 'swarm'.
Hahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahaha
Laugh all you want. Quantum field theory, which describes this all very
well, agrees with measurements to TWELVE decimal places. Now, certain
people who hang on certain ideas by faith and faith alone might say, “But
that doesn’t fit with my ideas at all, and so it’s wrong, no matter what
your frickin’ scientific data says.” Those people have absolutely no idea
how science works.
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He read it in a book.
Yup. I read about algebra and biology in a book too.
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(He has no capacity for independent thought.)
You got any independent thought that can be tested with experiment to
TWELVE decimal places?
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Poor Odd.
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Odd
"
You got any independent thought that can be tested with experiment to
TWELVE decimal places?
"
Odd, can you say 'significant figures'?
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2018-03-12 14:53:30 UTC
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Odd
"
You got any independent thought that can be tested with experiment to
TWELVE decimal places?
"
Odd, can you say 'significant figures'?
Same thing if the measured value starts with the first digit to the right
of the decimal point.

You haven’t answered my question. Well, do you?
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Odd
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Odd
"
You got any independent thought that can be tested with experiment to
TWELVE decimal places?
"
Odd, can you say 'significant figures'?
Same thing if the measured value starts with the first digit to the right
of the decimal point.

You haven’t answered my question. Well, do you?
"
What are you going to do with your measurements to 12 figures? Multiply them by....? Oops! Lost 11 JUST LIKE THAT
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Odd
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Odd
"
You got any independent thought that can be tested with experiment to
TWELVE decimal places?
"
Odd, can you say 'significant figures'?
Same thing if the measured value starts with the first digit to the right
of the decimal point.
You haven’t answered my question. Well, do you?
"
What are you going to do with your measurements to 12 figures? Multiply
them by....? Oops! Lost 11 JUST LIKE THAT
What??
You look like you’re hunting for some irrational reason to dismiss a
precision prediction and a precision measurement, as though those aren’t
important in science at all?
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Odd
"
You got any independent thought that can be tested with experiment to
TWELVE decimal places?
"
Odd, can you say 'significant figures'?
Same thing if the measured value starts with the first digit to the right
of the decimal point.
You haven’t answered my question. Well, do you?
"
What are you going to do with your measurements to 12 figures? Multiply
them by....? Oops! Lost 11 JUST LIKE THAT
What??
You look like you’re hunting for some irrational reason to dismiss a
precision prediction and a precision measurement, as though those aren’t
important in science at all?
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Saying something is true because of decimal places is retarded.
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James
"Saying something is true because of decimal places is retarded"
Not the first retarded thing Odd has said.
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James
"Saying something is true because of decimal places is retarded"
Not the first retarded thing Odd has said.
Well, you laugh, John, but that IS how science validates it’s ideas. It is
in fact the PRINCIPAL way that science validates ideas: detailed
quantitative prediction compared to precision measurements, preferably new
ones.

Now, you can splutter: “But that is about numbers, which I call
bean-counting, and I don’t give a flying fuck about them, and if that’s
what matters in science, then science is fucked up.”

And if this reflects your thinking, then you don’t think like a scientist.
At all. And your time here is wasted.
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James
"Saying something is true because of decimal places is retarded"
Not the first retarded thing Odd has said.
Well, you laugh, John, but that IS how science validates it’s ideas. It is
Fucking retarded.


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quantitative prediction compared to precision measurements, preferably new
ones.
Now, you can splutter: “But that is about numbers, which I call
bean-counting, and I don’t give a flying fuck about them, and if that’s
what matters in science, then science is fucked up.”
And if this reflects your thinking, then you don’t think like a scientist.
At all. And your time here is wasted.
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James
"Saying something is true because of decimal places is retarded"
Not the first retarded thing Odd has said.
One of many. Idiots like him control most of the money in science. That is the bad part. So much of science has been dumbed down to appeal to the likes of Odd, Sergio, Benji, Pnal and millions upon millions just like these idiots.

This is why it often takes hundred of years for theoretical advances to be accepted.

We live in a democracy and these idiots can vote.
p***@gmail.com
2018-03-13 03:24:57 UTC
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James
"Saying something is true because of decimal places is retarded"
Not the first retarded thing Odd has said.
One of many. Idiots like him control most of the money in science. That is the bad part. So much of science has been dumbed down to appeal to the likes of Odd, Sergio, Benji, Pnal and millions upon millions just like these idiots.
This is why it often takes hundred of years for theoretical advances to be accepted.
We live in a democracy and these idiots can vote.
Jim, now you are sounding just plain creepy... you are one *very* strange dude. You really think that the folks here that you have named "control most of the money in science"?

You are one extremely twisted troll...
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Jim, now you are sounding just plain creepy... you are one *very* strange dude. You really think that the folks here that you have named "control most of the money in science"?
You are one extremely twisted troll...
LOL It's not a matter of control, you evasive jackass. It's that science has become a popularity contest that, by necessity, meets the expectations of milllions of dimwits that like simple models.

You are an idiot with and opinion and there are millions like you. And you all think your opinion matters. Academia is overwhelmed by the constant inflow of opinionated idiots who think doing a google search is equivalent of doing an experiment.

Go away you inane ass.
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Jim, now you are sounding just plain creepy... you are one *very* strange dude. You really think that the folks here that you have named "control most of the money in science"?
You are one extremely twisted troll...
LOL It's not a matter of control, you evasive jackass. It's that science has become a popularity contest that, by necessity, meets the expectations of milllions of dimwits that like simple models.
You are an idiot with and opinion and there are millions like you. And you all think your opinion matters. Academia is overwhelmed by the constant inflow of opinionated idiots who think doing a google search is equivalent of doing an experiment.
Go away you inane ass.
"You are a sad strange little man, and you have my pity."
— Buzz Lightyear, Toy Story
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Jim, now you are sounding just plain creepy... you are one *very* strange dude. You really think that the folks here that you have named "control most of the money in science"?
You are one extremely twisted troll...
LOL It's not a matter of control, you evasive jackass. It's that science has become a popularity contest that, by necessity, meets the expectations of milllions of dimwits that like simple models.
You are an idiot with and opinion and there are millions like you. And you all think your opinion matters. Academia is overwhelmed by the constant inflow of opinionated idiots who think doing a google search is equivalent of doing an experiment.
Go away you inane ass.
"You are a sad strange little man, and you have my pity."
— Buzz Lightyear, Toy Story
You got nohting!!!
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Science mythology is a huge obstacle to scientific progress; Fortunately we have Usenet
If you repeat something often enough it takes on the look and feel of scientific truth. And it is really easy to get people to repeat things that are consistent with their everyday anecdotal experience. So, as long as you go along with what everybody already generally believes it is really easy to pretend to have a scientifically credible assertion even when the assertion is blatant nonsense.
For example, from the perspective of anybody standing on our planet and looking up into the sky the earth seems to be an immovable object and the heavens move over our heads.
Likewise, H2O in the atmosphere appears to be invisible much of the time. It is known that gaseous H2O is invisible. To scientific illiterates this is proof that the H2O in the atmosphere is gaseous.
The truth is that the invisibility of H2O in the atmosphere is not evidence of it being gaseous it is only evidence of it having a droplet size that has a diameter smaller than a photon.
Most scientists don't have the internal fortitude to confront and correct the moronic collective beliefs of the public. Consequently much of science is saddled with moronic notions like, CO2 heats the atmosphere, or cholesterol causes heart disease, or H2O magically turns to steam at temperatures below its known boiling temperature/pressure. The momentum of public stupidity completely overwhelms any possibility of making progress
What I like about usenet that it is so easy to use and so accessible that even morons are able to use it and this gives us a chance to expose the depths of stupidity that underlies many of the scientific truths that are generally taken for granted.
Special thanks to Bodking, Penal, and Sergio. None of this would be possible without your participation.
James McGinn / Solving Tornadoes
The 'Missing Link' of Meteorology's Theory of Storms
http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=16329
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