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Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:20   

Oh, nobody else started one up then?  I guess I'll have to.

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Aardvark



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:26   

More like UDT 2.5 than 3; since the original had ~1000 pages (IIRC) and the sequel only 500.

Anyways, on with the tardmining...

  
deadman_932



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:32   

Because this passage is eminently appropriate for UD, always:
 
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Let us begin with Isaiah 57:20-21:

"But the wicked are like the tossing sea,
which cannot rest,
whose waves cast up mire and mud.

'There is no peace,' says my God, 'for the wicked.' "

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stevestory's opening post, UD thread#2, here



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dheddle



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:37   

What's up with stopping before the Mark of the Beast?*. You going all dispensational on us, Wes?

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* Which anyone who is anyone knows is 661, not 666

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Mysticism is a rational enterprise. Religion is not. The mystic has recognized something about the nature of consciousness prior to thought, and this recognition is susceptible to rational discussion. The mystic has reason for what he believes, and these reasons are empirical. --Sam Harris

   
someotherguy



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:37   

It feels so fresh and new in here!  Like anything is possible:

- Gil could could use a new argument that was not generated by the Dogdenator 3000
- Corny could write a blog post that didn't link back to one of his other blogs
- Denyse could write something that didn't cause English teachers everywhere to start calling suicide hotlines
- Davetard could sell his houseboat and travel to Tibet to seek personal enlightenment
- KF could admit, in a post of less than 500 words, that "quasi-latching" and "implicit latching" are just bullshit concepts that he made up to avoid admitting defeat
- StephenB could apologize--and actually mean it
- Dr. Dr. D could be invited on a reality TV show to get a wardrobe makeover
- All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature


Okay, I admit that last possibility is probably rather remote!   :D

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Maya



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:37   

Joseph outs himself as a YEC:  
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Cabal:
 
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The evolutionist position is amply supported by 150 years of research.

The only thing supported is the Creationists’ position of baraminology.

  
Maya



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:40   

Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

  
carlsonjok



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:45   

Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
It feels so fresh and new in here!  Like anything is possible:

- Gil could could use a new argument that was not generated by the Dogdenator 3000

Actually, I was considering upgrading the Dodgenator 3000 by adding an option about the "cell as a highly complex information processing machine."  But, I cannot decide if that is sufficiently different than "DNA is a computer program."

Thoughts?

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J-Dog



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:50   

Quote (carlsonjok @ Sep. 04 2009,16:45)
Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
It feels so fresh and new in here!  Like anything is possible:

- Gil could could use a new argument that was not generated by the Dogdenator 3000

Actually, I was considering upgrading the Dodgenator 3000 by adding an option about the "cell as a highly complex information processing machine."  But, I cannot decide if that is sufficiently different than "DNA is a computer program."

Thoughts?

It's the same, IMO.  It's like taking Creation Science adding something sciencey and voila, you got your Intelligent Design.  

and BTW -

"Welcome my friends, to the show that never ends"...

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Come on Tough Guy, do the little dance of ID impotence you do so well. - Louis to Joe G 2/10

Gullibility is not a virtue - Quidam on Dembski's belief in the Bible Code Faith Healers & ID 7/08

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oldmanintheskydidntdoit



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,16:56   

With a straight face PaV says:
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It seems to me that if there is any “power” to Darwin’s theory, then it must come from its ability to demonstrate how new structures arise, not how previously occurring structures disappeared.

Furthermore, from the writings of Fred Hoyle, and the recent work of Behe (The Edge of Evolution), what we, here at UD would predict, is that the ‘loss’ of teeth or enamel wouldn’t involve more than two amino acid substitutions. This is, more or less, what Meredith, et. al. found. So, whose predictive power is enormous and whose not?

enormous-predictive-power-of-darwins-theory
Um.

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I also mentioned that He'd have to give me a thorough explanation as to *why* I must "eat human babies".
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if there are even critical flaws in Gauger’s work, the evo mat narrative cannot stand
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Barrett Brown



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,17:45   

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You managed to stir up a couple of commenters over there. Some of them are really odious.


Yes, and I've replied with two additional comments that have yet to be moderated through hours later despite other, later comments having already appeared, as per usual. I've reproduced them at my little blog post:

http://trueslant.com/barrett....f-shame

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,18:11   

Quote (Maya @ Sep. 04 2009,17:40)
Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

word

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Timothy McDougald



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,18:42   

Wow! It's all in color and stuff, I don't think we are in the old thread anymore Toto!

Edit to add: PaV is a putz...

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FTK: I Didn't answer your questions because it beats the hell out of me.

PaV: I suppose for me to be pried away from what I do to focus long and hard on that particular problem would take, quite honestly, hundreds of thousands of dollars to begin to pique my interest.

   
Timothy McDougald



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,21:11   

PaV says:

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Furthermore, from the writings of Fred Hoyle, and the recent work of Behe (The Edge of Evolution), what we, here at UD would predict, is that the ‘loss’ of teeth or enamel wouldn’t involve more than two amino acid substitutions. This is, more or less, what Meredith, et. al. found.


Does anyone who has read the paper know where PaV gets this figure from? The closest thing I can find is where they calculate substitution rates in Mysticetes (they get .0081 frameshifts/kb/myr) and where they calculate gene (well technically the survival time of a 3 kb exon) survival time assuming neutral evolution and use nucleotide substitution rate in their calculation, but perhaps I missed something?Or is PaV just making shit up?

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Church burning ebola boy

FTK: I Didn't answer your questions because it beats the hell out of me.

PaV: I suppose for me to be pried away from what I do to focus long and hard on that particular problem would take, quite honestly, hundreds of thousands of dollars to begin to pique my interest.

   
Lou FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,21:49   

Quote (Maya @ Sep. 04 2009,17:40)
Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

Exactly so.

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,22:38   

front page tard-by


Detectable Tranmaw

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Does anyone remember when “speciation” meant something?


words fail

Andrew Sibleytard

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If this is the best RD can do then Darwinian evolution is clearly on its last legs


because why?

Frill

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The recent brouhaha concerning Mike Behe at BloggingHeads got me to thinking. (I do that from time to time.)


and it is always so cute!

d-d-d-d-d-d-d-dembski

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His unbridled contempt for Jan Helfeld reminds me of the Darwinists’ contempt for lay people when they ask simple probing questions about their theory. Darwinism has a similar addling effect on even the best-educated minds. It too is a fevered swamp.


good old bill is always so calm cool and collected, reserved even, with his use of language.  

now, what, too, is a fevered swamp?  darwinism is a fevered swamp?  or the similar addling effect on even the best-educated minds?  

because i could see how that would be just a little bit more of a fevered swamp than you know the other one.

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
deadman_932



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,23:16   

Quote (Lou FCD @ Sep. 04 2009,21:49)
 
Quote (Maya @ Sep. 04 2009,17:40)
   
Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

Exactly so.

I'm contractually obliged to keep mocking them until they stop saying stupid shit.
It's my job.

Apparently, I will never, ever be unemployed

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 04 2009,23:48   

which one of y'all is spark300c.  this is good

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spark300c
09/04/2009
1:40 pm
it seem that why but I think the left over are there to make sure that we do not think there are many designers. no lefter overs means no signs of command design. Also if we think natural section is strong enough to make evolution happen than these non coding parts will go away very quickly. eaten way by deletions. We have genes for laying eggs. Why in hell would natural selection persevere it. It since it does no do any thing it takes up space and energy and in nature is very sightly deleterious. Any deletion will be beneficial since it will reduce energy being wasted and add to our fitness. Since that gene still exist means it sending message to us that one designer created us. Anther thing is rise question about natural selection because it show natural selection does not see there fore it’s creative powers are limited.


THAT

is thinkin'!!!

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,02:12   

Quote (Barrett Brown @ Sep. 04 2009,17:45)
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You managed to stir up a couple of commenters over there. Some of them are really odious.


Yes, and I've replied with two additional comments that have yet to be moderated through hours later despite other, later comments having already appeared, as per usual. I've reproduced them at my little blog post:

[URL=http://trueslant.com/barrettbrown/2009/09/04/intelligent-design-advocate-mocking-of-scientist-by-other-scientists-a-century-ago-is-evol


utions-legacy-of-shame/]http://trueslant.com/barrett....f-shame[/URL]

Yep, the snark is up.

I appreciate this, from your post:
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Incidentally, I consider message board arguments to be a fine art despite its reputation as useless and silly. It’s not as if they are any more unproductive than any other sort of argument, really.


Delurker also has a go
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DeLurker

09/04/2009

4:47 pm

IRQ Conflict#8

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But hey! At least we aren’t in their bedrooms. Right? Why are they in ours?


I almost hesitate to ask, but do homosexuals really force themselves into your bedroom?


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It is fun to dip into the various threads to watch cluelessness at work in the hands of the confident exponent. - Soapy Sam (so say we all)

   
k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,05:33   

Quote (carlsonjok @ Sep. 05 2009,00:45)
Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
It feels so fresh and new in here!  Like anything is possible:

- Gil could could use a new argument that was not generated by the Dogdenator 3000

Actually, I was considering upgrading the Dodgenator 3000 by adding an option about the "cell as a highly complex information processing machine."  But, I cannot decide if that is sufficiently different than "DNA is a computer program."

Thoughts?

Make it a hat trick

DNA is a gay turing machine

Not because Turing was gay, which he was
but because the turing machine would have no way of knowing if it was having 'sex' with another turing machine without external information telling it if liked lacy to wear underwear or preferred to watch sport and drink beer.

ETA: Naturally one of the turing machines was named Lacy.

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carlsonjok



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,07:25   

Dangaroo!  Over on the [URL=http://www.uncommondescent.com/education/blown-away-dan-peterson-reviews-dr-stephen-meyers-book-the-signature-in-the-cell-at-the-am

erican-spectator/]Dan Peterson lurvs Stephen Meyers thread[/URL], Blue Lotus drops 5 comments totalling 3131 words onto KF in less than an hour and a half.  Stealing a tactic from his book, Blue?

How will Gordon respond?  Will he up the ante with a 5000 word response?  Will Lewontin be invoked?  How many strawmen will be torched?  Inquiring minds want to know!

PS:  Blue Lotus?  Do something about that OCD. Seriously.

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,11:41   

Joe be do dat science !

Thesis proposal, ratcheer

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Joseph
09/05/2009
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Darwinism has predictions?

Please post the predictions based on the proposed mechamisms.

BTW ID will be falsified if it is ever demonstrated that living organisms can arise from non-living matter via non-telic processes.

The following is half of my design hypothesis:

Observation:

Living organisms

Question

Are living organisms the result of intentional design?

Prediction:

If living organisms were the result of intentional design then I would expect to see that living organisms are (and contain subsystems that are) irreducibly complex and/ or contain complex specified information. IOW I would expect to see an intricacy that is more than just a sum of chemical reactions (endothermic or exothermic).

Further I would expect to see command & control- a hierarchy of command & control would be a possibility.

Test:

Try to deduce the minimal functionality that a living organism. Try to determine if that minimal functionality is irreducibly complex and/or contains complex specified information. Also check to see if any subsystems are irreducibly complex and/ or contain complex specified information.

Potential falsification:

Observe that living organisms arise from non-living matter via a mixture of commonly-found-in-nature chemicals. Observe that while some systems “appear” to be irreducibly complex it can be demonstrated that they can indeed arise via purely stochastic processes such as culled genetic accidents. Also demonstrate that the apparent command & control can also be explained by endothermic and/or exothermic reactions.

Confirmation:

Living organisms are irreducibly complex and contain irreducibly complex subsystems. The information required to build and maintain a single-celled organism is both complex and specified.

Command & control is observed in single-celled organisms- the bacterial flagellum not only has to be configured correctly, indicating command & control over the assembly process, but it also has to function, indicating command & control over functionality.



TARD STUDIES

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,12:13   

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BTW ID will be falsified if it is ever demonstrated that living organisms can arise from non-living matter via non-telic processes.

That's only because they defined it to include the assertion that evolution is wrong. If they had instead defined it to mean simply that something deliberately engineered life (or some aspect(s) of it), then merely showing the possibility of non-telic evolution wouldn't falsify it.

Henry

  
Tracy P. Hamilton



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,13:12   

dheddle pointed out who the world class software engineer is in UCD thread 2: http://www.atarimagazines.com/startv3n4/stsciplot.html

but a bit of the code (as in Bible code) disturbs me...

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ST SciPlot is a full-featured GEM application


I knew it!  GEM of TKI is a Turing test (complete with teh gay).

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,13:50   

snip--
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then I would expect to see that
--snip

insert 25c ask "Why do you expect to see that?"

observe subject beat itself against the bars of cage

20 GOTO 10

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,14:57   

Jerry is being his usual genteel self
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jerry

09/05/2009

2:40 pm

“And the FSCI in those things you mention is? And it’s measured how? And the minimum possible amount of FSCI is?”

It is easy to measure and the minimum amount is zero but not in DNA used to code proteins. It is close to zero in most of your comments.

“Fact is Jerry the NCIS won’t have heard of FSCI”

But they use the concept all the time even if they do not use the term. Just as most humans uses it when they speak and write.

I have a question. How many more stupid remarks are you going to make. I haven’t seen one intelligent one yet, though I haven’t read them all.

Can someone sock ask him if it's so easy to calculate, to show us an example of a calculation of FCSI for a stretch of coding DNA.  I'm genuinely curious.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,17:46   

Quote (Maya @ Sep. 04 2009,16:40)
Quote (someotherguy @ Sep. 04 2009,16:37)
All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

I'll stop when they start thinking.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,17:48   

Quote (tsig @ Sep. 05 2009,18:46)
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All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

I'll stop when they start thinking.

Don't hold your breath.

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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,19:36   

Quote (khan @ Sep. 05 2009,17:48)
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All of us could vow to never make socks at UD again because, really, getting your laughs from watching a bunch of moderately crazy strangers act like idiots is kind of immature

I'll stop mocking them when they stop voting.

I'll stop when they start thinking.

Don't hold your breath.

Not turning blue at the moment.

  
Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: Sep. 05 2009,20:10   

whoa

new tard.  carlson you need some new letters

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Here’s another one: F = MA (force equals mass times acceleration) This is a fundamental law of physics, described in the most simple of all mathematical equations, that I use in my work creating finite-element analysis computer simulations of transient nonlinear dynamic systems. (All that means simulating real-life stuff, like cars crashing and figuring out how to design them so that they absorb the energy of impact and protect the human occupants.)

But here’s something very interesting about such a simple mathematical equation as F = MA. Force (e.g., lbf, or pound force) = Mass times Acceleration. Acceleration could be something like feet per second per second (ft. / sec.^2). Solving for Mass with simple algebra we get:

lbf / (ft. / sec.^2) or (lbf times sec.^2) / ft.

Thus, we calculate mass density by dividing mass by volume (in this case ft.^3), and we get:

lbf sec.^2 / ft.^4

How interesting! The simple equation F = MA leads to the concept of four-dimensional space.

And all of this ultimately comes from 1 apple plus 1 apple equals 2 apples


did you get the pathetic part?

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I use in my work creating finite-element analysis computer simulations of transient nonlinear dynamic systems. (All that means simulating real-life stuff, like cars crashing and figuring out how to design them so that they absorb the energy of impact and protect the human occupants.)


poor frill don't know how much of a tard he is.

not yet that is.  until now

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Blue Lotus
09/05/2009
7:16 pm
Gil

that I use in my work creating finite-element analysis computer simulations of transient nonlinear dynamic systems.

I have heard about these simulations on the interwebs. The rumour is you introduce an additional element of reality by having the computer running the simulation experence a similar enviroment to that being simulated!

It’s an interesting idea but I think it will have limited pratical use to be honest.


hahahaha

now he knows

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GilDodgen
09/05/2009
7:38 pm
…you introduce an additional element of reality by having the computer running the simulation experence a similar enviroment to that being simulated!

This is a completely incoherent comment, and I have no idea what you are talking about. I’ve just finished a set of FEA simulations at work, the validity of which have been empirically verified through actual physical tests of the systems in question.

If you think FEA has limited practical use I would suggest that you investigate LS-DYNA, the FEA program I use.

tard-link




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GilDodgen
09/05/2009
7:49 pm
P.S. LS-DYNA was originally developed in the early 1970s at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, by some of the world’s most brilliant and innovative scientists, primarily for the development and simulation of nuclear weapons.

It works, but you must know how to use it. This is a nontrivial exercise that requires a lot of dedication and effort.


that makes me feel kinda bad for the little guy.  

lololololol just for a second, he's a chump

BL

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I take it you don’t throw your computers running the FEA simulations out the back of planes then?


loloololololol

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You're obviously illiterate as hell. Peach, bro.-FtK

Finding something hard to believe based on the evidence, is science.-JoeG

the odds of getting some loathsome taint are low-- Gordon E Mullings Manjack Heights Montserrat

I work on molecular systems with pathway charts and such.-Giggles

  
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