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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:25   

To get somebody high, how about an airplane, or maybe a balloon?  :p

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:26   

Hyper septic-ism:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-376389

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kairosfocus

04/08/2011

12:01 pm
Onlookers:

The above shows the problem. How does Aci know that I have posted anything in this thread,and it is not the Internet throwing up noise fits?

ANS: he is implicitly applying a filter on functional specificity and complexity, so he infers that it is not plausible that posts are noise rather than intelligent action.

(The various metrics simply work to quantify this. And, A is apparently unaware of the work of Durston et al who have quantified FSC metrics for 35 protein families, or the Evo Informatics Lab, who are working out the issue of the impact of active information on evolutionary searches. He is also not aware that something so basic as the file sizes we see for ever so many documents are measures of functionally specific information. Most importantly, he is again trying to duck the challenge to show how on undirected chance plus blind necessity, we have empirical evidence of the creation of such FSCI. Without positive evidence of that the materialistic scenarios for origin of life and of body plans are so much empty speculation. )

GEM of TKI

PS: Aci, you have indeed reappeared, but only to show how your dodging the important things to focus on trivia, is inadvertently revealing. Having already adequately spoken to such secondary matters [for the astute reader aware of problems with regulation in 3rd world environments, e.g. think of recent scandals on Chinese products . . . ], I need not prolong exchanges on what was from the outset a side issue raised for distractive effect.


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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:43   

I wonder how many emails are flying back and forth over there *begging* for Davey Banhammer to come out of retirement and save the Uncommon Dipshits.

ETA: Amusing thought: It would be hysterical if Davey left the back door open and is releasing comments in retribution for polluting his beloved UD with all the Jebus talk. The current mods are all over there saying, "I thought *you* were approving them!"

Edited by Lou FCD on April 08 2011,16:47

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Erasmus, FCD



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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:47   

no way was i talking about passing that shit to those flakes

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:49   

Quote (Richardthughes @ April 08 2011,15:26)
Hyper septic-ism:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-376389


Gaahhh...what a load...

The main issue I have with hyper-skeptism resulting from epistemic doubt (and this includes the core tenet of Presuppositionalism) is that it is question begging - it presumes that knowledge must be absolute as opposed to relative and that I (and all other "Non-believer" as they put it) must accept and rely upon this "fact". But it isn't a fact and as far as I care doesn't matter.

Here's the mental exercise I've tossed out before to foil such silly arguments - my entire world view is derived from "I'm hungry". I don't necessarily know anything - such as whether this thing that I'm experiencing and call "reality" is real or an illusion and I don't care. All I "care" about (assuming for the discussion that such perspectives even exist) is being able to perceive a way to consistently change my state of feeling "hungry" to a state of feeling "satisfied". I don't care if my hunger is real or imaginary - it makes no difference. I "feel" it regardless, just like I "feel" the warmth of the sun, the desire for companionship, sadness when a loved one dies, and attraction to the natural world. Not one of those "emotions"/"perceptions" has to be real - and quite frankly I don't give a rat's ass if every single one of them isn't - they need be perceived and by association have the characteristics of being consistent, repeatable, and predictable.

That right there is more than sufficient for a successful, enjoyable, and vibrant human life - particularly mine.

Oh...and god is completely unnecessary and contributes nothing to that world view.

Hmmm...I think I'm now hungry...for some scotch. :)

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:51   

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kairosfocus

04/08/2011

12:01 pm
Onlookers:

The above shows the problem. How does Aci know that I have posted anything in this thread,and it is not the Internet throwing up noise fits?


let me save you the trouble, gordon.

you aint posted shit son.  just a bunch of flapping your big fat sticky soup coolers on topics which you aint got the sense to know how little you know.  

i would like to see gordon mullings fight Dracunculus medinensis exiting his perineum

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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

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,15:53   

Quote (Robin @ April 08 2011,16:49)
Quote (Richardthughes @ April 08 2011,15:26)
Hyper septic-ism:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-376389


Gaahhh...what a load...

The main issue I have with hyper-skeptism resulting from epistemic doubt (and this includes the core tenet of Presuppositionalism) is that it is question begging - it presumes that knowledge must be absolute as opposed to relative and that I (and all other "Non-believer" as they put it) must accept and rely upon this "fact". But it isn't a fact and as far as I care doesn't matter.

Here's the mental exercise I've tossed out before to foil such silly arguments - my entire world view is derived from "I'm hungry". I don't necessarily know anything - such as whether this thing that I'm experiencing and call "reality" is real or an illusion and I don't care. All I "care" about (assuming for the discussion that such perspectives even exist) is being able to perceive a way to consistently change my state of feeling "hungry" to a state of feeling "satisfied". I don't care if my hunger is real or imaginary - it makes no difference. I "feel" it regardless, just like I "feel" the warmth of the sun, the desire for companionship, sadness when a loved one dies, and attraction to the natural world. Not one of those "emotions"/"perceptions" has to be real - and quite frankly I don't give a rat's ass if every single one of them isn't - they need be perceived and by association have the characteristics of being consistent, repeatable, and predictable.

That right there is more than sufficient for a successful, enjoyable, and vibrant human life - particularly mine.

Oh...and god is completely unnecessary and contributes nothing to that world view.

Hmmm...I think I'm now hungry...for some scotch. :)

quite so.  all of these fucks have been doing for years now is indulging their own wishful thinking that they have an ontological prior for some shit that never even existed anyway.  fortunately for us they are all a hedonistic lot that enjoys getting reamed directly in the brain-pooper with the objects of their own affectations.

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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: April 08 2011,15:55   

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Hmmm...I think I'm now hungry...for some scotch.


Everyone should believe in something.

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CeilingCat



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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,16:01   

Quote (Erasmus, FCD @ April 08 2011,06:19)
Gordon E Mullings has been getting his ass handed to him by Jemima for years. That's the difference between getting learnt and getting schooled! getting schooled don't necessarily stick

"quantum" roflmao. gordon has typed hundreds of thousands of words into the UD box over the years and has convinced NO FUCKING BODY. making fun of him for it is just icing on the cake

Wow!  What website was that on?  I hope it was all saved.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,16:29   

Quote (Richardthughes @ April 08 2011,15:26)
Hyper septic-ism:

http://www.uncommondescent.com/intelli....-376389

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kairosfocus

04/08/2011

12:01 pm
Onlookers:

The above shows the problem. How does Aci know that I have posted anything in this thread,and it is not the Internet throwing up noise fits?

ANS: he is implicitly applying a filter on functional specificity and complexity, so he infers that it is not plausible that posts are noise rather than intelligent action.

(The various metrics simply work to quantify this. And, A is apparently unaware of the work of Durston et al who have quantified FSC metrics for 35 protein families, or the Evo Informatics Lab, who are working out the issue of the impact of active information on evolutionary searches. He is also not aware that something so basic as the file sizes we see for ever so many documents are measures of functionally specific information. Most importantly, he is again trying to duck the challenge to show how on undirected chance plus blind necessity, we have empirical evidence of the creation of such FSCI. Without positive evidence of that the materialistic scenarios for origin of life and of body plans are so much empty speculation. )

GEM of TKI

PS: Aci, you have indeed reappeared, but only to show how your dodging the important things to focus on trivia, is inadvertently revealing. Having already adequately spoken to such secondary matters [for the astute reader aware of problems with regulation in 3rd world environments, e.g. think of recent scandals on Chinese products . . . ], I need not prolong exchanges on what was from the outset a side issue raised for distractive effect.

I posted this in response to KF's non-reply:

Gordon, I'll take all the above verbage as an admission that you, nor can anyone else provide an example of the explainatory filter being used on any biological system.  Which, of course, just so happens to be the case with the ID metric CSI.

FYI:  the only matter you not-so-adequately addressed is your admission of ignorance on poultry production and genetic manipulations used in the aquaculture industry around the world.  

Other than that you appear to be confused that human fabrications, i.e., internet blogs, somehow represent self-replicating biological entities.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,16:32   

You used the G word. You have 2.57 to get out of the blast radius.

ETA: It am up there, too!

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,16:51   

Just noticed that Dreary, perhaps to not make it so obvious she is responsible for 90% of the UD crapfest, is now posting as both 'O'Leary' and 'News.'

Unless 'News' is another individual that has that same certain peculiar writing style, cites the Canadian media and politics, and links over to O'Leary's blog for no reason.....

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,16:54   

Angry from Tardchester writes:

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/19991217/letters.html

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..Have the authors carefully evaluated the failure rate of so-called 'safer sex'? Have they reviewed the mounting evidence that abstinence-based sex education is working, precisely by helping teens to reject the kind of pressure their articles exemplify? ..


Funny, doesn't all the research show the exact oposite?

Edited.

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,16:58   

Weekend bonus:

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20030205/cleisure/cleisure2.html

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"You magnificent bastard! " : Louis
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"I bow to your superior skills" : deadman_932
"...it was Richardthughes making me lie in bed.." : Kristine

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,18:11   

Off topic

Gordon gives a link to a web page for an organization called "Global Village Construction Set.

Does anybody know what song is the background for the video with the three young men standing on a home made tractor? It's played on some kind of wooden xylophone type instrument. I've heard snatches of this piece before andI love it.

If anybody can provide the title to that piece then GEM of TIKI (with your help) will have made a positive contribution to the universe, at least my part of it, and that's always nice.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,18:55   

Quote (CeilingCat @ April 08 2011,19:11)
Off topic

Gordon gives a link to a web page for an organization called "Global Village Construction Set.

Does anybody know what song is the background for the video with the three young men standing on a home made tractor? It's played on some kind of wooden xylophone type instrument. I've heard snatches of this piece before andI love it.

If anybody can provide the title to that piece then GEM of TIKI (with your help) will have made a positive contribution to the universe, at least my part of it, and that's always nice.

Sounds more like steel drums to me.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,20:19   

Quote (CeilingCat @ April 08 2011,16:11)
Does anybody know what song is the background for the video with the three young men standing on a home made tractor? It's played on some kind of wooden xylophone type instrument. I've heard snatches of this piece before andI love it.

The piece is "Gassenhauer" by Carl Orff. It was famously used as part of the score of the films Badlands (slightly different arrangement) and True Romance (though that's actually a quasi-original piece by Hans Zimmer. He made no secret of what it was based on though).

ETA: Linkage to the "Badlands" version:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CxCQlYDxpg

True Romance theme:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Du0NSnJnoEY

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,21:22   

Quote (Lou FCD @ April 08 2011,18:55)
Quote (CeilingCat @ April 08 2011,19:11)
Off topic

Gordon gives a link to a web page for an organization called "Global Village Construction Set.

Does anybody know what song is the background for the video with the three young men standing on a home made tractor? It's played on some kind of wooden xylophone type instrument. I've heard snatches of this piece before andI love it.

If anybody can provide the title to that piece then GEM of TIKI (with your help) will have made a positive contribution to the universe, at least my part of it, and that's always nice.

Sounds more like steel drums to me.

No, I think CeilingCat is right. Steel drums have more of a twang (and, to my ear, slightly out-of-tune quality).

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,22:11   

Quote (CeilingCat @ April 08 2011,18:11)
Off topic

Gordon gives a link to a web page for an organization called "Global Village Construction Set.

Does anybody know what song is the background for the video with the three young men standing on a home made tractor? It's played on some kind of wooden xylophone type instrument. I've heard snatches of this piece before andI love it.

If anybody can provide the title to that piece then GEM of TIKI (with your help) will have made a positive contribution to the universe, at least my part of it, and that's always nice.

I don't know about the music but The Global Village Construction Set looks like a worthy project.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,22:18   

Erasmus, FCD
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Gordon has typed, by my count SIXTEEN THOUSAND WORDS in that post alone.

He has to because he beleaves size matters  
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He is also not aware that something so basic as the file sizes we see for ever so many documents are measures of functionally specific information.
Be thankful that you can omit reading these piles of shite of FISACO while Kairosfocus is carrying them around in his head 24 hours a day.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,22:41   

A link from one of Gordo's other blogs led me to his Google profile from which I had to learn that he is actually following himself:
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GEM of The Kairos Initiative

About Me

A Caribbean-based applied scientist, educator and strategic change/ transformation advocate and facilitator.

My Blogs Team Members
KairosFocus
A Nicene Creed-based Systematic Theology Survey
Transformational Leadership Seminar
IOSE

Blogs I Follow
KairosFocus
O'Leary-esque, indeed.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,23:41   

BTW, what KF calls a constitutional crisis is just the fact that homosexuals are going to get the same legal rights as heteros. in his latest post he gets mad because
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the language of the UK Government's Taxpayer funded Equality and Human Rights Commission, is that Christianity is so inimical to children that it spoke of such being "INFECTED" with Christian beliefs.
Is he really un-aware of what he keeps saying about other world views.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 08 2011,23:41   

BTW, the next crisis that will drive KF aka Gordon E Mullings mad
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Profiles overview: Public profiles

The purpose of Google Profiles is to enable you to manage your online identity. Today, nearly all Google Profiles are public. We believe that using Google Profiles to help people find and connect with you online is how the product is best used. Private profiles dont allow this, so we have decided to require all profiles to be public.

Keep in mind that your full name is the only required information that will be displayed on your profile; youll be able to edit or remove any other information that you dont want to share.

If you currently have a private profile but you do not wish to make your profile public, you can delete your profile. Or, you can simply do nothing. All private profiles will be deleted after July 31, 2011.

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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,00:28   

strategic change/transformation advocate, eh?

HOMO

I wouldn't let the fucker near my housecat.  and i hate cats

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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,07:33   

Gordy:
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On evidence, I hold that we do not know enough to safely more than rather approximately date anything of consequence on earth beyond about 1,000 2,000 BC the odd astronomical date is the exception not the rule without injecting increasingly implausible hypotheses.


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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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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,08:08   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ April 09 2011,08:33)
Gordy:
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On evidence, I hold that we do not know enough to safely more than rather approximately date anything of consequence on earth beyond about 1,000 2,000 BC the odd astronomical date is the exception not the rule without injecting increasingly implausible hypotheses.

buuuuuuuuuut I don't have any theories

Goron, you are a giant pussy!

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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

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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,08:12   

Quote (oldmanintheskydidntdoit @ April 09 2011,07:33)
Gordy:
 
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On evidence, I hold that we do not know enough to safely more than rather approximately date anything of consequence on earth beyond about 1,000 2,000 BC the odd astronomical date is the exception not the rule without injecting increasingly implausible hypotheses.

On the other hand, what our Jewel of the Caribbean does believe in is supported by ample evidence, such as a compilation of ancient texts describing events that may have occurred over two thousand and more years ago. The fact that these accounts were written often long after the events they purport to describe, are somewhat short on empirical support and are riddled with discrepancies apparently does not matter. They still "warrant an inference to best explanation" which is that they are true. Did I see the phrase "selective hyper-skepticism" somewhere?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,08:37   

someone who had never interacted with goron on the innernets might be tempted to ask him that question.

me, i already know his answer.  ~ 16000 words of jack motherfucking squat

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

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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,08:54   

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Jonathan M: Lynn Margulis Expresses Her Doubts About neo-Darwinism In Discover Magazine ... This is the kind of of intellectual honesty, and open-minded pursuit of facts and truth, upon which science thrives.

In the same article, Margulis also says this:
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Margulis: all scientists agree that evolution has occurred that all life comes from a common ancestry... The critics, including the creationist critics, are right about their criticism. It's just that they've got nothing to offer but intelligent design or "God did it." They have no alternatives that are scientific.

She has said this previously.

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Margulis: Although I greatly admire Darwin's contributions and agree with most of his theoretical analysis and I am a Darwinist, I am not a neo-Darwinist.

What she means here is that while she accepts the importance of natural selection for determining which strains survive, she rejects overly simplistic mutation and selection models.

(Margulis has been shown right about the importance of endosymbiosis in evolution, but she tends to want to extend it to cover nearly every evolutionary transition, which isn't supportable by the evidence. Margulis also tends to be a bit of a crank on AIDS/HIV and 9-11.)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynn_Margulis

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(Permalink) Posted: April 09 2011,09:00   

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Gordy:
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On evidence, I hold that we do not know enough to safely more than rather approximately date anything of consequence on earth beyond about 1,000 2,000 BC the odd astronomical date is the exception not the rule without injecting increasingly implausible hypotheses.

NOW THAT IS A QUANTUM PILLOW CHEWER

IT'S JUST THE QUEEREST BRAIN ROTTING ID PATHOLOGY

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