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James McGinn
2017-01-20 20:56:18 UTC
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JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
James McGinn
2017-01-21 06:34:35 UTC
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JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Answer the question you evasive twit.
Claudius Denk
2017-01-21 18:02:56 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Answer the question you evasive twit.
James McGinn
2017-01-22 17:39:21 UTC
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JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Answer the question you evasive twit.
Believers never stop believing.
Claudius Denk
2017-01-22 22:35:33 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Answer the question you evasive twit.
Believers never stop believing.
When defeated they fall silent . . . but they don't not stop believing.

Believers never stop believing.
James McGinn
2017-01-25 15:02:39 UTC
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JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Answer the question you evasive twit.
Believers never stop believing.
When defeated they fall silent . . . but they don't not stop believing.
Believers never stop believing.
Never.
James McGinn
2017-02-18 15:41:09 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Claudius Denk
2017-02-19 18:24:44 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Poor dumb Ed.
James McGinn
2017-03-21 14:36:48 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Poor dumb Ed.
Uh, er. uh?
p***@gmail.com
2017-03-22 00:45:24 UTC
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Uh, er. uh?
Unfortunately for Jim, this is among the most intellectual thing he has ever said!
Serg io
2017-03-22 01:04:53 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
Uh, er. uh?
Unfortunately for Jim, this is among the most intellectual thing he has ever said!
I think it is code, he is very confused and needs to go to Hospital

Google says;


uh (ŭ)
interj.
Used to express hesitation or uncertainty.

er
abbr.
emergency room

uh (ŭ)
interj.
Used to express hesitation or uncertainty.
James McGinn
2017-03-22 17:36:00 UTC
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Uh, er. uh?
Unfortunately for Jim, this is among the most intellectual thing he has ever said!
Uh, but . . . er. Uh . . . uh. Uh!

Er!
James McGinn
2017-04-08 19:41:50 UTC
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JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
p***@gmail.com
2017-04-08 21:13:44 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
Could it be because water vapor is a gas? Look it up, the evidence is everywhere!
James McGinn
2017-04-08 21:34:28 UTC
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Could it be because water vapor is a gas? Look it up, the evidence is everywhere!
People who believe in ghosts make the same claim.
p***@gmail.com
2017-04-08 21:48:28 UTC
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Could it be because water vapor is a gas? Look it up, the evidence is everywhere!
People who believe in ghosts make the same claim.
Just because you are too stupid to understand the actual science involved does not make your claim true. Water vapor *IS* a gas and no amount of whining on your part can change that. The entire worldwide scientific community knows this, and yet in the face of overwhelming evidence you still persist in paddling upstream, with zero chance of ever getting there.

This, of course, only shows just how delusional you are.
James McGinn
2017-04-08 23:12:45 UTC
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Did the entire scientific world authorize you to speak for them?
p***@gmail.com
2017-04-08 23:26:43 UTC
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Did the entire scientific world authorize you to speak for them?
Yes, of course they did, via their published papers, their textbooks, and their daily lectures at universities around the world... and I'm pretty sure I left out many other sources.

You, on the other hand, cannot reference a *single* paper, textbook or scientist who would agree with you that water vapor is not a gas. Not one, you delusional half-wit.
James McGinn
2017-04-09 00:42:36 UTC
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Did the entire scientific world authorize you to speak for them?
Yes, of course they did, via their published papers, their textbooks, and their daily lectures at universities around the world... and I'm pretty sure I left out many other sources.
You, on the other hand, cannot reference a *single* paper,
Steam tables.

textbook or scientist who would agree with you that water vapor is not a gas. Not one, you delusional half-wit.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/sci.physics/ducks%7Csort:relevance/sci.physics/qqbAlpLAPpM/ZWd-H-fnBwAJ
James McGinn
2017-06-09 18:06:48 UTC
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Did the entire scientific world authorize you to speak for them?
James McGinn
2018-02-12 15:22:55 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
James McGinn
2018-03-06 13:50:54 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
James McGinn
2018-03-18 22:45:09 UTC
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Post by James McGinn
JM almost always tries to ignore what's presented
and come back with a question from left field.
Well, uh . . . since you broached the subject: How in the world did you ever get the idea that Dalton's Law is applicable to water vapor (H2O[l])?
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