02-03-12, 10:00 AM #101
Why do pretend that you don't know how to formulate a question?
What makes you so special?
Can you ask a simple question that fills the deficiencies of your thinking?
Can you test yourself?
Can you cross check any basic idea you hold to be true against evidence?
Did you ever make a decent grade in school by claiming to know everything?
Who would you and I both agree is a perfect role model for scientific inquiry?
What the hell is inquiry to a man who's already a god of science in his own mind?
Do you hear voices?
Do you know know the meaning of the term delusions of grandeur, and what it is most often associated with?
Why are you so dead set on clowning everybody?
Can you pick one single fundamental principle - how about the Pythagorean theorem, or the quadatic formula - and discuss it lucidly, without all the smoke and mirrors?
02-03-12, 10:08 AM #102
02-03-12, 10:11 AM #103
02-03-12, 10:15 AM #104
02-03-12, 10:27 AM #105
We already have evidence that you took my earlier post and singled out every reference I made to cranks, religious opponents of science, and conspiracy theorists.
You took umbrage, highlighting the words in red, the color of anger.
I nailed you, I flushed you out, I called you dishonest, and I checked you for your lack of knowledge, your arrogance, and your disguise.
And all you can say is "stupid" and "fail". C'mon Pincho, be a man. Step up to the plate here. You set this in motion, not me. I wasn't even aware that you were so edgy about issues like conspiracy theory. You jumped in the car, so let's go for a ride. I'm game. Answer the mail, man. Stand up and defend something. Show me you have even one grain of honesty.
02-03-12, 10:36 AM #106
02-03-12, 11:23 AM #107
02-03-12, 01:14 PM #108
02-03-12, 05:32 PM #109
So has the cat got your tongue? I'd like to hear you explain the smallest tidbit of knowledge in the simplest of terms, without the bullshit, just as if we were sitting across from each other having a cup of coffee, exchanging ideas like two grown men.
The rest is styrofoam. This is your big chance to make it pay. I haven't written you off. I truly believe you are capable of conversing with me. I just don't understand the game you are playing. So why not just drop the facade and get real? That's all I have ever said to you, and that's not the voice of immaturity, but of someone who's right here, like you, interested in hearing other points of view and giving our own perspective.
Go for it. I'm listening.
02-03-12, 06:09 PM #110
02-03-12, 08:58 PM #111
02-03-12, 09:43 PM #112
Thankyou for the links. There is actually some science there, although nothing to do with your claims, of course:
Maybe you should cite articles such as these in future, so people can read them unhindered by your inane nonsense and interpretations.
If so, you'd better back up your accusation with some links to relevant posts, along with proof of the lies you are accusing people of. Such accusations are serious. If you make them with nothing to back them up, I will consider you to be trolling. Trolling may result in a ban from sciforums.
Why does science have to add Dark Matter to gravity when all it needs to do is point it in the right direction?
Why does science have Quantum Physics when all it needs to do is fix its physics?
You don't know any quantum physics, of course, so you're completely unqualified to make any comment on this.
If you claim there are errors in quantum physics, please post them, along with your proofs or evidence.
Why do scientists have mass back to front?
Why does science include vacuums in space when vacuums don't exist?
Why does science have a big bang, and a singularity when all it needs to do is point gravity in the right direction?
Why doesn't science realise that the Bose Einstein condensate shows where time actually originates?
Tell me how a Bose Einstein condensate shows where time actually originates. Please include all the relevant mathematics in your explanation.
Why does science have an arrow of time when time flows forwards, and backwards into particles?
Why am I asking questions when I can answer all of them?
02-03-12, 09:45 PM #113
People there is a hidden language . It directs order . I don't quite have a handle on it . It is like a song . With layers of information . Like the rhythm and dynamics of a song. Fuck can any one hear it ?
Fuck I think I am alone . Fuck . Can anyone hear it ?
O.K. deep breath . I 'm O.K. your O.K.
O.K. then Fuck . Can anyone hear it ?
I'm calm , Can any one hear it
Oh shit unbelievable . I knew it, I knew it. Fuck oh dear
We should flush this thing out .
O.K. I'm going to keep working on it . Put this shit together . It is complicated
Please, I urge you to seek professional psychiartric help as soon as possible.
02-03-12, 10:21 PM #114
02-03-12, 11:00 PM #115
Originally Posted by Pincho Paxton
But wait: Is the priesthood of the science of testing also in your crosshairs?
Speaking of testing science, what test uses the term "genius level"?
Or did you mean you scored a perfect 100 (i.e. for μ=100) ?
02-04-12, 06:03 AM #116
02-04-12, 08:21 AM #117
Hearing voices and music that nobody else can hear may indicate a mental illness. Please seek professional help.
The memorizers, barren of creativity, think all knowledge just appeared out of nowhere ready for them to memorize. But in reality all knowledge synthesis begins in the imagination of the creators. Einstein could not go to the library to find relativity. He needed to invent it. He may have looked crazy to the masses, preoccupied with something that did not yet exist in reality. This is natural.
02-04-12, 12:43 PM #118
It won't take you or John Williams very long to dial 911.
02-04-12, 05:23 PM #119
Hahaha! Good one, mate!
Warning: Humour in the same vein........
Given the 'plagiarism' epidemic we hear so much about, perhaps that poor 'second person' fellow would do well to 'write down and publish' (on a used envelope or whatever is at hand) on the way to the 'hospital' so that neither you nor the composer can claim to have come up with the 'next hit tune' his fevered brain concocted 'out of the blue' haze whence hallucinations come?
After all, given what has been 'popular' over the years, one never knows what a crazy, psychedelic-mushroom-ingesting 'second person' can come up with that might turn out to be the next tune we whistle/hum, or next beat we move to, when we next catch ourselves unwittingly enjoying that 'crazy' stuff which began as an 'hallucination' in the mind of that poor 'second person' you (and/or your composer friend) might even now be in litigation with for the 'rights' to that poor fellow's mad musings that seemed 'mad' at the time but which 'grew on you' later?
History is replete with stories like that.
The moral of the story?.....First impressions can be misleading? The fine line between genius and madness is a fine and an 'oscillating' (a-la-Heisenberg-Uncertainty) one, depending on who is on which side of that line at any given instant? One man's craziness is another man's plagiarism opportunity, or missed opportunity, as the case may be?.......[Add your own favourite saying here; no need for it to make any sense; after all, we're all mad to some degree or we wouldn't be posting on the net instead of having a real life 'outside', hey!]
PS: Hi Pincho Paxton! I for one read your (and certain others' here and elsewhere on the net) work with interest, through a 'broader filter' of my own novel perspective. So you/certain others don't come off as 'completely crazy' to me when I read as you/others intend it to be read; since some of what you/certain others observe is not as 'mad' as some may 'kneejerk'. Of course, some of your/others' perspective may be slightly 'off' what I would consider 'consistent' in my own perspective, but some of it is VERY close, very close indeed. I trust this admission of open-minded reading of your/others' work with a view to unifying all the partial perspectives extant (both amateur and professional) will not be construed as a license to all and sundry to kneejerk to this and 'tar me' with whatever 'brush' they happen to be carrying with them at the time!
Last edited by RealityCheck; 02-04-12 at 05:30 PM.
02-04-12, 06:40 PM #120
By Tristan in forum Earth ScienceLast Post: 02-06-14, 11:09 AMReplies: 1044
By Saint in forum Religion ArchivesLast Post: 03-28-12, 08:19 PMReplies: 363
By BeHereNow in forum General PhilosophyLast Post: 03-27-11, 04:36 PMReplies: 83
By coberst in forum Human ScienceLast Post: 01-14-09, 02:59 PMReplies: 0
By BeHereNow in forum General PhilosophyLast Post: 03-11-08, 07:34 AMReplies: 6