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Sunday, October 25, 2015

Magic Dirt fail in Denmark

Apparently the Magic Dirt of Denmark isn't working so well these days. But importing sectarian struggles from the Middle East will totally benefit the Danish economy, right?

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Blogger Civis Silas October 25, 2015 5:57 PM  

Danes will rejoice as the magic of Diversity™ breathes new life into their long floundering glass-making industry.

Blogger Wyrd October 25, 2015 6:05 PM  

Well, fair is fair: how long after EBT failed before our Black Lies Matter citizens chimped-out against the cops?

Blogger haus frau October 25, 2015 6:44 PM  

Muzzis gonna muzzi. I can't wait for Christmas. Europe's grateful new guests are certain to respect the traditions of the native faith in their peculiar fashion. I've read that Germany is turning up the eminent domain abuse to make room for their new pets. Speaking of short time preferences, of all government actions this seems the most spiteful one guaranteed to create a backlash.

Blogger Cecil Henry October 25, 2015 6:53 PM  

Why is it the ONLY people who don't count, in any way, are whites no matter where.

Not their interests, rights, long term survival, crimes, economics, space, nothing is allowed consideration by these parasites. They must be held accountable for these crimes.

Blogger Phillip George October 25, 2015 6:54 PM  

The incessant refrain is "niceness, compassion, understanding" will win the savages over. Jobs and social justice will convert potential killers. Unity discipline technological superiority and the historical gospel won actual savages over. Not noble savages. Savage savages. Even if militant Islam were only 2 percent the 98 percent are getting in the way/ obstructing an actual battle against those who both overtly declare and covertly wage war ie. Jihad. And the 2 percent will hide among the 98 percent, ultimately being aided and protected by them.

Muhammad is perhaps, statistically speaking, the most successful antichrist to date. If he were only a narcissist, sociopath or schizophrenic it would be easier to explain. Unfortunately he was worse than any of those three.

Democracy, liberality/ liberalism, Republicanism, were never unbounded, Boundary conditions to each set are almost entirely forgotten. The grounding and cultural context to the history of European Jurisprudence was and still is Christianity. A simple precept of 'don't lie in court' didn't arise in some vacuum. It doesn't have some unquestionable teleological source.

Until now, a plain clothes soldier behind enemy lines, would be severely dealt. Severe may not be avoidable.

Blogger The Other Robot October 25, 2015 7:02 PM  

Doing the jobs that Danes wont do.

Blogger Geir Balderson October 25, 2015 7:02 PM  

Time to start mowing down some Mooslims. Make examples, do it a fews times and the crowds will get the picture. Mooslim s are very low IQ and need some examples of bad behavior. Then, start deporting them back to home countries. Otherwise, Denmark is lost.

Blogger Curtis October 25, 2015 7:02 PM  

You have to break a few eggs on the way to the NWO magic Unicorn omelet.

Want to get rid of this crap? Get rid of the United Nations and every person in it and associated with it, where all this crap is dreamed up.

Blogger Curtis October 25, 2015 7:05 PM  

UN Boss: “The United Nations Is the Parliament of Humanity”

http://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/item/21820-un-boss-the-united-nations-is-the-parliament-of-humanity

Blogger Josh October 25, 2015 7:07 PM  

They're breaking the windows Danes just won't break.

Blogger Hammerli280 October 25, 2015 7:11 PM  

Time to buy stock in ammo manufacturers.

Blogger Rabbi B October 25, 2015 7:13 PM  

But importing sectarian struggles from the Middle East will totally benefit the Danish economy, right?

What's not to love?

For he [Assyria] says: "'By the strength of my hand I have done this, and by my wisdom, because I have understanding. I removed the boundaries of nations, I plundered their treasures; like a mighty one I subdued their kings. As one reaches into a nest, so my hand reached for the wealth of the nations; as men gather abandoned eggs, so I gathered all the countries; not one flapped a wing, or opened its mouth to chirp.'" (cf. Isaiah 10)

The stage continues to be set.

Blogger automatthew October 25, 2015 7:15 PM  

Valhalla, I am coming.

OpenID tz October 25, 2015 7:20 PM  

Something is rotten in the State of Denmark:
http://contrakrugman.com/ep-6-enough-about-denmark-already-heres-what-krugman-and-sanders-left-out/

Blogger David of One October 25, 2015 7:22 PM  

Magic dirt. zip, zilch ... nada.
Magic Danish words ... poor results again ...
Danes could try something like Beni did in "The Mummy" ... It worked for the magic movie character Beni Gabor

Blogger Rantor October 25, 2015 7:25 PM  

The EU rejected Christ and it just took a little time for the invasion to pick up steam. God will not be mocked, between the corruption of His church by European governments and the decision to import the infidel I believe His patience has ended. Greater conflicts are coming.

Blogger MendoScot October 25, 2015 7:32 PM  

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hC-T0rC6m7I”>Valhalla, I am coming.</a> with soundtrack.

Blogger LAZ October 25, 2015 7:44 PM  

That blond female cop that got out of the front door is crazy.

Blogger Jay Lucas October 25, 2015 7:46 PM  

I think the usual progressive response is "but you have football riots."

Maybe when they're done legalizing child rape they can ban Sport.

OpenID Steve October 25, 2015 7:52 PM  

Maybe when they're done legalizing child rape they can ban Sport.

They are working on it.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/11951889/Paedophiles-working-as-teachers-a-social-good-psychologist.html

Blogger Tom Terrific October 25, 2015 8:51 PM  

The only time I've read about magic dirt was in book 6 of the Chronicles of Narnia, "The Magician's Nephew."

Now if only Aslan would return and deal with this Calormen invasion!

Blogger Stilicho #0066 October 25, 2015 8:54 PM  

I used to love visiting Copenhagen

Blogger Wyrd October 25, 2015 9:17 PM  

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Blogger Wyrd October 25, 2015 9:18 PM  

Valhalla, I am coming.

'twas just practicing that on guitar.

Here's why I consider Eastern Europe our potential savior:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y9j2lT8ztCI

OpenID vfmshadow0342 October 25, 2015 9:18 PM  

@16:

Agreed. And the US is not far behind.

I think that a lot of US Christians (disclaimer: former Protestant Evangelical) have forgotten is that God judges The Church first. Not the Democrats. not the "enemies of the US". The Church.

Blogger bearspaw October 25, 2015 9:31 PM  

@18
Yup, thosefresh faced, blonde, blue-eyed cops are so far out of thier depth it's pathetic.

Blogger Miss Carnivorous October 25, 2015 9:50 PM  

Who cares???

Blogger Miss Carnivorous October 25, 2015 9:52 PM  

As Danny Kaye sang, "Copenhagen, Copenhagen, wonderful wonderful Copenhagen". Ha ha ha!

Blogger Groot October 25, 2015 9:58 PM  

The function of Copenhagen is collapsing, but that is just one interpretation. (Physics doesn't have to be a Bohr.)

Blogger Eric October 25, 2015 10:11 PM  

Give them a whiff of grapeshot, and things will calm down.

Blogger Wyrd October 25, 2015 10:20 PM  

Give them a whiff of grapeshot, and things will calm down.

+1

Blogger automatthew October 25, 2015 10:37 PM  

'twas just practicing that on guitar.

Just bought a guitar so I could learn to play that.

Blogger Assis Chateaubriand October 25, 2015 10:40 PM  

The only time I've read about magic dirt was in book 6 of the Chronicles of Narnia, "The Magician's Nephew."

I suppose that's a mention, not the origin of the term, correct?

Blogger Assis Chateaubriand October 25, 2015 10:40 PM  

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Blogger Skylark Thibedeau October 26, 2015 12:20 AM  

Getting off the Train in Odense in 2008 was like stepping out into the Casbah in Marrakech. There are only so many Kabob Shop owners you can welcome in before the Smørrebrød shops disappear.

Blogger The Other Robot October 26, 2015 12:31 AM  

Sanctuary for Crime

Blogger SirThermite (VFM #0025) October 26, 2015 12:44 AM  

Muslim men seem to exhibit an untethered emotionalism that's completely foreign to white American men like me except in our women when they're acting-out, engaging in verbal diarrhea, and making unreasonable in-your-face demands while expecting not to get hit. One might argue that such is simply the behavior of a mob, but they seem to act this way in small groups too. Regardless, there's absolutely no reason to give military-aged men, or any man in general, the pussy pass, even if those in this particular demographic are coddled by and willfully take advantage of international media coverage. They seem only an AK away from being Mujahidin, but as one commentator quoting Napoleon already said (and I paraphrase), a whiff of grapeshot would teach them to simmer the fuck down.

Blogger Forrest Bishop October 26, 2015 3:41 AM  

Thread synopsis.

many worlds, all’s a stage
broken window’s breaking rage

dirty magic, pussy pass
whiff of kabob up the ass

pedo this and rapey that
pay them back three tits for tat

on we sweep with threshing xor
shotgun: sliderule duel bohr

counting war like one to three
forgy worgy comes to thee

Blogger Stan Hai October 26, 2015 3:43 AM  

Sir Thermite: Not only that, but they exhibit solidarity with their own kind, which also seems to be lacking in white American men. If one of the latter were carted off, half the crowd would stand there blinking like sheep and the other half would be filming it with their phones for the purpose of mocking him later. If the Muzzies win, it will be because Westerners don't look out for each other.

Blogger JP October 26, 2015 3:47 AM  

Why does it seem to me that Islam was designed to take advantage of Christianity's weaknesses*?

*if you can call compassion and loving your neighbour a weakness.

Blogger LAZ October 26, 2015 6:25 AM  

@ JP

"*if you can call compassion and loving your neighbour a weakness."

Give them an inch and they'll take a mile. Tolerance gave them that mile.

Blogger ScuzzaMan October 26, 2015 6:36 AM  

@4 et al

Our governments WANT us to riot. They WANT to be "reluctantly obliged" to send in the riot police and crack our heads open. They dont do this to safeguard their insane "immigration" policies - NO, they instigated the insane immigration policies so they could impose stricter controls on us.

THATS the point of all of this - divide and conquer.

Blogger Cail Corishev October 26, 2015 8:13 AM  

Why does it seem to me that Islam was designed to take advantage of Christianity's weaknesses*?

Well, if I understand Belloc correctly, it began as a heresy of Christianity, so attacking Christianity was its purpose from the start.

Blogger Carl Philipp October 26, 2015 10:26 AM  

@40
"if you can call compassion and loving your neighbour a weakness"

Even loving your enemy is not even a weakness. But, showing you love your enemy by baring your throat and covering your eyes is stupid. Forcing everybody else to love their enemy by taking their kids away if they don't cover their eyes, is evil.

@29 Did you just make a quantum physics joke? Did you just suggest that you actually know there's are other interpretations besides Copenhagen? Far out. (Bohr-Bohm 4 lyfe!)

Blogger Matamoros October 26, 2015 11:52 AM  

@40 Why does it seem to me that Islam was designed to take advantage of Christianity's weaknesses*?

Mohammed was the son of an Arab (Abdallah) and a Jewess (Amina), who established the heresy of Mohammedism. It is recognized by scholars that Mohammedism is very close to Judaism, with admixture of certain heretical Christian elements, mainly of a Nestorian nature. Islam traditionally aided the Jews and was aided by them.

See Alzog's Universal Church History, 1902, vol. 2, page 192. Also the article http://www.thechristiansolution.com/doc2014/615_Amina.html

Belloc was not correct.

Looking at history JP@40 is correct. It was designed as a sword to conquer Christendom.

The Committee for Jewish education of the United Synagogues of New York City published Deborah Pessin’s work The Jewish People. In this work (pg. 259) it is stated:

“In the year 711 Spain was conquered by the Musulmans, and the Jews greeted them with jubilation. From the lands to which they had fled, they returned to Spain. They stormed towards the conquerors and helped them to capture the cities.”

In History and Destiny of the Jews, the Jewish-German historian Joseph Kastein writes (p. 239):

“The Berbers helped the Arab movement with their expansion to Spain, while the Jews supported the enterprise with money and men. In 711 the Berbers led by Tarik crossed the Straits and took Andalusia. The Jews provided pickets and garrisons for the district.”

The Rabbi Jacob S. Raisin states (pg. 429): that the invasion of Gothic Spain was carried out by an army “of twelve thousand Jews and Moors,” which was led by a Jew converted to Islam, the son of Cahenas, heroine who belonged to a Jewish Berber tribe and was the mother of Tarik-es-Saids. It is then further revealed:

“In the battle of Jerez (711) the Visigoth king Rodrigo was defeated by one of the generals of Cahenas Tarik-es-Said,” a Jew of the tribe of Simon. “Therefore the island was given the name Tarifa. He was the first Moor, who trod upon Spanish soil.”

Arab chronicles entitled Abjar Machmua speak of the conspiracy of the Jews against Rodrigo.

After the conquest the Jews became masters over Cordoba, Malaga, Seville and many other cities.

The Catholic population was slaughtered in blood baths. Graetz (History of the Jews, v. 3 p. 109) speaking of Toledo:

“while the Christians prayed in the church for the salvation of their land and their religion, the Jews opened the gates to the victorious Arabs on Palm Sunday 712, received them with applause…”
Bishop Lucas of Tuy adds to this that:

“the Christians left the city, in order to celebrate in the nearby Basilica of Santa Leocadia the passion of the Saviour on Palm Sunday. The Jews utilized their absence, delivered the throne of Leovigildo and Recaredos to the Musulmans, and the Christians were murdered partly in the open air and partly in the Basilica itself.” (Chronicle of Lucas Tudensis, Hispanin Illustrata. v. 4).

Similar massacres at the hands of the Jews were undertaken throughout the conquered land.

More could be given, but you get the idea.

Santiago Matamoros, pray for us!

Blogger Danby October 26, 2015 12:49 PM  

@Matamoros
But the real crime was the expulsion of Jews from Spain after it was reclaimed.

Blogger Groot October 26, 2015 8:11 PM  

@44. Carl Philipp:
"@29 Did you just make a quantum physics joke? Did you just suggest that you actually know there's are other interpretations besides Copenhagen? Far out. (Bohr-Bohm 4 lyfe!)"

Sure. Forrest even wrote a poem about it @38. I like the Many-Worlds interpretation, as he mentioned, also. The Copenhagen interpretation is largely on the wane. I highly recommend Max Tegmark's Our Mathematical Universe, although I also like Brian Greene's various tomes. A very active field, and a great deal of fun.

Blogger Carl Philipp October 26, 2015 10:59 PM  

@38
I never understood the point of Many-Worlds, since it always seemed like a way to make the Copenhagen Interpretation less weird to some people by slapping a patch on its limited causality, while at the same time cracking open an even larger metaphysical can of worms. And that was BEFORE I read the first chapter of Somewhither. So where DOES each individual electron get the energy to clone an entire copy of the universe with each wiggle, and how does it detect the state of particles millions of light-years away to copy them? :P

But more importantly, the Copenhagen Interpretation explains no data that isn't explained by allll the others. So any preference for it, or any other interpretation, cannot be a scientific belief based on evidence.

I would wonder why anybody cared so much about a nonscientific interpretation, if I hadn't gotten into arguments about morality and theology that ended in "You can't make claims based on causality, because quantum! HA!"

Blogger Groot October 26, 2015 11:47 PM  

Read the Tegmark book. You will enjoy it. Quite delicious.

My interpretation: Between encounters with other particles (quite the overwhelming majority of the time), where a particle must declare where it lies in its probability distribution, it compresses its informational payload and is simply the smeared probability distribution expressed as a mathematical formula.

What happens when it entangles and chooses a concrete value?

Copenhagen interpretation (named after Bohr's hometown): The function collapses and there is only one world.

In opposition, we have Einstein, Schrödinger, and Hugh Everett, among many others.

Everett's Many Worlds interpretation postulates that the probability distribution does not collapse multi-universally, but continues right through, expressed in many worlds that are expressed in a probability distribution that simply carries through with its inherently mathematical nature. Experimental evidence is being gathered, and there have been a couple of "maybe this is the proof" false starts (such as with BICEP last year, and excitement over possible proof for Guth's inflationary hypothesis). This is not nonscience, but more akin to moments that seem crackpot that turn out to be true, like Plate Tectonics, and an expanding universe, etc.

If you like this stuff (and who doesn't?), read the book. It's very accessible.

Blogger Forrest Bishop October 27, 2015 3:11 AM  

@8. Carl Philipp
@38
I never understood the point of Many-Worlds, since it always seemed like a way to make the Copenhagen Interpretation less weird to some people by slapping a patch on its limited causality...


Exactically. Solvay was the end of causality in science.

So where DOES each individual electron get the energy to clone an entire copy of the universe with each wiggle, and how does it detect the state of particles millions of light-years away to copy them?

A softball question. The electron receives the energy to do all these untestable things from the government grant pipeline, and if you think I'm wrong then go ahead and prove it.


@49. Groot
Read the Tegmark book.

(Back from sperglunking, still cleaning off the gear.) Haven't read it. Tegmark appears to be of the Neo-Pythagoreans, who believe that math "governs" the Universe, which is obliged to "obey" the manmade equations. The words in quotes are theirs. Tegmark is probably quite ignorant of the most primitive aspects of physics.

a probability distribution that simply carries through with its inherently mathematical nature.

cf Neo-Pythagorean

... Guth's inflationary hypothesis). This is not nonscience, but more akin to moments that seem crackpot that turn out to be true, like Plate Tectonics, and an expanding universe, etc.

Guth is a clown. Plate Tectonics doesn't work, multiple counts. The Universe hasn't been shown to be expanding, either. These are parts of the current edition of the State-sponsored prayer book, the one that opens with "In the Beginning was the Big Bang..."

Anyways, back to putting the finishing touches on my final and total falsification of the "electric current" hypothesis, which under-girds 'Maxwell's' Equations, 'Einstein's' relativity, QM, and the Standard Model. My proof of its falsity rests on the continuity equation, as i = qc in particular (i the current, q the line charge, c the speed of light). I've perhaps been able to reduce the argument to something a precocious child can understand.

Blogger Carl Philipp October 27, 2015 9:44 AM  

@50 The pilot wave interpretation of QM is metaphysically deterministic. And completely and utterly in agreement with the Copenhagen interpretation in all matters of physical observation and experiment.

The end of causality is not in any way a scientific conclusion. No more than was the steady-state theory.

Blogger Engineer-Poet October 27, 2015 10:43 AM  

@50 Plate tectonics has been directly measured using both VLBI and GPS; as a matter of fact, it was anomalies in VLBI calculations which provided the first direct measurement of plate movements.  There's similar evidence for the expansion of the universe.

I can't tell if you're trying to be sarcastic, but if not that is one of the most pig-ignorant comments I've seen on this site.

OpenID denektenorsk October 27, 2015 11:20 AM  

How to turn this mob on the politicians and university elites? They will certainly bleat a different tune once their own slimy hides are on the line. On an aside, what do Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Denmark have to feel guilty about? I get, but don't agree with German guilt (at what point do the sins of the father wash away) - but the Nordic countries should not feel one once of shame for limiting how many people they accept per year. If it was zero per year, so be it, after all it's their culture and we are nothing, if not culturally sensitive when it comes to barbaric practices.

I wonder how many European nations will have to fall before "we" open our eyes to the 5th column? Any bets on who will be first? I think Sweden has a clear lead, but Germany is fast pulling into second and we can't forget France or the UK either.

Blogger Groot October 27, 2015 1:04 PM  

"I can't tell if you're trying to be sarcastic, but if not that is one of the most pig-ignorant comments I've seen on this site."

I think it's Performance Forrest, but who knows? I don't think it's sarcasm, but one can only speculate why "I'm not as dunderheaded as what I say" is a characteristic stance. Pleasant enough, otherwise.

Blogger Forrest Bishop October 27, 2015 3:08 PM  

@54. Groot

I think it's Performance Forrest, but who knows? I don't think it's sarcasm, but one can only speculate why "I'm not as dunderheaded as what I say" is a characteristic stance. Pleasant enough, otherwise.

More like a ping than a performance, just to see if anyone can find it indistinguishable from sarcasm or. Ivor and I have a saying, "there is no one there". It has proven to be a durable theory.

Example- some anonymous ignorant pig on the internet once said that the GPS data proves Plate Tectonics is true, but that's merely from the front-office PR. The actual data (which you can locate at JPL, spreadsheet, and analyze like I did) doesn't prove it, or more precisely, only proves one-half of it. The situation is analogous to Einstein's relativity, which is correct one-half of the time or less. They draw their subduction zones on the globe much like Schiaparelli's canals on Mars, but when you get there there is no one there.

Blogger Groot October 27, 2015 4:40 PM  

@51. Carl Philipp:
"The end of causality is not in any way a scientific conclusion."

Give me a break. That's a huge caveat. Any theory which requires us to surrender cause-and-effect needs to call Houston, because it's got a problem. Notice how much time and nervous energy the Copenhagen acolytes spend making excuses for it.

@55. Forrest Bishop:

You and your imaginary friend may both be right: Maybe neither one of you exists except as some looping script.

If you are locked onto some private in-joke channel, the rest of us are necessarily not getting it. It makes you seem kooky and an unreliable ally. I'm never sure whether I want you on my side. But maybe you're here for the entertainment, which is legitimate.

Blogger Akulkis October 27, 2015 6:30 PM  

@55 Forrest Biship

Regarding the Catt Question... in the animated illustration on the page referred to: http://www.electromagnetism.demon.co.uk/cattq.htm, the notation for current on the bottom conductor is wrong.

It cannot both point to the left AND be -i.
It is either -i, and points to the right (the same as the upper current is +i and points to the right), or alternatively, it is +i, and points to the left.

I have a great difficulty taking seriously ANYONE who claims to have a PhD in electrical engineering, and yet, makes a mistake which should be caught by an undergraduate student in the field, on a quiz AFTER THE FIRST LECTURE IN THE SUBJECT.

And no, the Catt Question is not as profound as the author states it to be. It can be resolved quite simply by extending the ground conductor farther to the left, and making measurements oscilloscopes using one probe in the ground and the other probe on a useful point on one of the conductors... and having such oscilloscopes used in pairs at various places upon the conductors.... and simply take a photograph (essentially freezing the display of each oscilloscope without having to rely on any sort of storage system, or of any other sort of synchronization system, other than the one which provides for the timing of the camera shutter relative to the application of the charge to the upper conductor (such as with a charge transferred by a Leyden jar).

Blogger Akulkis October 27, 2015 6:42 PM  

Oh, God, Biship.. you are so ignorant.

The very first GPS satellites were built with TWO designs for the time sources on board... one built the same as other clocks intended for terrestrial use, assuming that there would be no relativistic effect on the clock, and the second assuming that there would be relativistic effects.

Considering that these clocks have to be accurate to 1 part in 10^13, the difference is significant.

It was discovered within the first hours of orbit of the first satellite that the clocks of standard terrestrial design were losing time, and that the ones built according to relativistic theory were accurate. The 2nd and 3rd satellites launched confirmed the findings from the first.

I first read the news report about this back in the 1980's while I was in engineering school at Purdue, before I had even heard of GPS (GPS was still a military secret project at the time -- the news reports merely stated that a satellite was in orbit with 2 clocks on board, but didn't explain the real reason, merely stating that scientists had done the experiment to confirm/deny velocity vs. time dilation effects predicted by Einstein's equations.

I now officially pronounce you ....

KOOK.


Further pronouncements of supposed facts in contradiction to actual findings will earn you a PLONK (Please Log Off, Net-Kook).

Blogger Forrest Bishop October 27, 2015 10:22 PM  

@56. Groot

@55. Forrest Bishop:
You and your imaginary friend may both be right: Maybe neither one of you exists except as some looping script.


I don't know what you mean by imaginary friend (it sounds insulting from here), but thank you for spelling my name right. I've know Ivor Catt for over ten years and have visited him several times in England.

I'm never sure whether I want you on my side.

I look for what's real, and one of the clues to the lie is when the shriekers come out to defend it. Electric current isn't real, nor is at least half of the sciencey part of the Narrative, as even the editors of the Lancet and Nature have admitted. If you're interested in fact finding instead of point-and shriek Narrative parroting, I suggest you look up Harry Ricker (two spheres) and Nick Percival (twin paradox) for SR, Ron Hatch for GPS, and Stephen Crothers for GR. That's a culling from the several hundred papers I've read on those topics: only the best for Groot, whoever that is. If you are going to reject the Narrative then reject it.

The Catt Question, by the way, has never been answered in a coherent fashion, and that's after thirty+ years of Ivor's inquiry and ten years of mine. We've 'debated' the best. They always lose because it has no rational answer. They often go all infantile in the process, too. One of my favorite was Danny Lundsford, a GR dude and Shuttle astronaut. He wrote (in public) 'Were you born in a barn? How dare you question Maxwell's Equations!' (paraphrased) and fled the field. I'd hate to be out on a space mission with him and mention any of the above, or with anyone who can't tolerate any questioning of the Party line.

Another thing about SJWAL- it translates quite easily into academic Science! Just sub crackpot, kook, etc. for misogynist, homophobe, etc. and run The Script.

Blogger Carl Philipp October 27, 2015 11:30 PM  

@59 Another thing about SJWAL- it translates quite easily into academic Science!

Global warming has gone political, because it can be used as a stick to beat corporations into submission to the Left.

Maxwell's Equations? Not even close.

Blogger Groot October 28, 2015 2:32 AM  

What are you guys, sigmas or something? You're a hoot, like my dog. Stupid (in a good way), but genuine. If I hadn't been drawn like a Disney prince, I might have ended up like you, without the promotions, the money, the pussy, the success. Funny world. Hey, if you need some advice on how to proceed despite the disastrous hand you've been dealt, I'm here for you guys. Smarts count for a lot. You can leverage even a tiny advantage, and intellect isn't tiny.

Blogger Carl Philipp October 28, 2015 7:54 AM  

@61 I once saw a computer programmer try to disprove a significant chunk of modern math. People who actually knew math tried to set him straight, pointing out things like "you got a definition wrong in the very first sentence."

Never a dull moment with kookservatives.

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