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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2017,10:24   

asauber asks Bob O'h what he's doing to reduce his carbon footprint, Bob tells him, and then asauber attacks him for Virtue Signaling.

Jesus Christ.

Andrew: What's the most heroic thing you've ever done?
Bob: I saved a drowning baby one time.
Andrew: You're such a braggart!

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2017,10:52   

For my own amusement, I googled "Intelligent design blogs", and the first link was intelligentdesign.org. There, I found this list:

 
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Blogs Covering Intelligent Design

Brains on Purpose
The British Centre for Science Education: Revealed
Darwin’s God
Desafiando a Nomenklatura Científica
Evolution News & Views
ID The Future
Telic Thoughts
The ID Update
Truth in Science News Blog
Uncommon Descent


So I checked each link and I found:


Brains on Purpose -last updated May 12, 2016. Before that, a post in march, one in february, and then oct 2015.

The British Centre for Science Education: Revealed (Site last updated: February 2008).

Darwin’s God Corny Hunter, last post 2 weeks ago. Possibly aliveish.

Desafiando a Nomenklatura Científica This page is in, like, Portuguese or something. IDK. Mostly copies abstracts of scientific papers. Seems alive.

Evolution News & Views O'Leary, Witt, Klinghoffer, the Disco Tute people. Alive.

ID The Future Hunter, Disco Tute people, new podcast every 3 days. Alive.

Telic Thoughts now a Chinese movie download site. They appear to have Battleship and Resident Evil 5.

The ID Update 404: Page not found

Truth in Science News Blog The web site you are accessing has experienced an unexpected error.
Please contact the website administrator.

Uncommon Descent - Alive.

Truly, a staggering revolution in science, sure to sweep away the pathetic old Darwinist paradigm!
:p

Edited by stevestory on Aug. 23 2017,11:55

   
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2017,14:02   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 23 2017,10:24)
asauber asks Bob O'h what he's doing to reduce his carbon footprint, Bob tells him, and then asauber attacks him for Virtue Signaling.

Jesus Christ.

Andrew: What's the most heroic thing you've ever done?
Bob: I saved a drowning baby one time.
Andrew: You're such a braggart!

He walked into my "vice signaling" joke, though. Which would have been better if the joke had been funny.

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Texas Teach



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2017,16:27   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 23 2017,10:52)
Desafiando a Nomenklatura Científica This page is in, like, Portuguese or something. IDK. Mostly copies abstracts of scientific papers. Seems alive

Alert AFDave!

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2017,18:01   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 24 2017,03:52)
For my own amusement, I googled "Intelligent design blogs", and the first link was intelligentdesign.org. There, I found this list:

What, Google missed Intelligent Reasoning? Advancing the ID cause through swearing and name calling.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2017,19:12   

Quote (Ptaylor @ Aug. 23 2017,18:01)
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 24 2017,03:52)
For my own amusement, I googled "Intelligent design blogs", and the first link was intelligentdesign.org. There, I found this list:

What, Google missed Intelligent Reasoning? Advancing the ID cause through swearing and name calling.

And through repairing toasters.

  
k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2017,01:45   

Quote (Texas Teach @ Aug. 24 2017,00:27)
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 23 2017,10:52)
Desafiando a Nomenklatura Científica This page is in, like, Portuguese or something. IDK. Mostly copies abstracts of scientific papers. Seems alive

Alert AFDave!

Is there a link to imaginary numbers and swamp real estate sites?

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2017,08:09   

Quote (Ptaylor @ Aug. 23 2017,19:01)
 
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 24 2017,03:52)
For my own amusement, I googled "Intelligent design blogs", and the first link was intelligentdesign.org. There, I found this list:

What, Google missed Intelligent Reasoning? Advancing the ID cause through swearing and name calling.

unIntelligent Reasoning has had 2 posts since June. It's on life support.

ETA: Joe Derp has his own list of linkies to ID blogs, some of which are also defunctified, like "Reality Cheque" and
Creation Evolution Design

Considering that the only thing ID Creationists actually accomplish is blog-posting, they're not even much good at that.

Edited by stevestory on Aug. 24 2017,09:15

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2017,16:22   

Happy Birthday Blipey, you newly-happily-married bastard who never comes round any more  :p

   
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2017,02:23   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 24 2017,16:22)
Happy Birthday Blipey, you newly-happily-married bastard who never comes round any more  :p

Bloody clowns. No staying power.

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2017,12:00   

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I’m still waiting to see a substantive criticism from you of what real climate scientists are saying.


How about ‘climate’ not being a scientific concept. Imagine someone saying that 13 eggs are a ‘dozen’ or 33 years of weather is ‘climate’. You can make up all kinds of combinations of numbers of things and name them. It’s a fun game.

Andrew


asauber's hittin the pipe a little too hard.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2017,14:00   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 26 2017,12:00)
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asauberAugust 26, 2017 at 9:50 am
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I’m still waiting to see a substantive criticism from you of what real climate scientists are saying.


How about ‘climate’ not being a scientific concept. Imagine someone saying that 13 eggs are a ‘dozen’ or 33 years of weather is ‘climate’. You can make up all kinds of combinations of numbers of things and name them. It’s a fun game.

Andrew


asauber's hittin the pipe a little too hard.

Who would ever call 13 of anything a dozen? Well, there are those unscientific bakers, but they are prone to ergot infection.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2017,16:12   

asauber....

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But Bob, what scientific process determines climate to be 30 years, 1000 years, 1 billion years or 4 times a year?


Mung has a soul mate.

  
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2017,16:25   

Quote (Woodbine @ Aug. 26 2017,16:12)
asauber....

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But Bob, what scientific process determines climate to be 30 years, 1000 years, 1 billion years or 4 times a year?


Mung has a soul mate.

Oh dear. At least Mung has a sense of humour.

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Ptaylor



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,03:50   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 27 2017,09:25)
Oh dear. At least Mung has a sense of humour.

Yes - on no account should you consider quoting anyone like Douglas Adams to asauber.

ETA - you know the drill - remove the <br> from the linked URL

Edited by Ptaylor on Aug. 27 2017,21:08

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CeilingCat



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,06:35   

That thread is full of IDthought gems.   Dense in the OP:             
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One of the problem with science journalism today is that the pom pom wavers who practice it do not seem capable of the normal level of friendly criticism we find in other fields.

Luckily, the ID field has no such problem.

This one is from Ichi in post #9:            
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Without consciousness (i.e., a supernatural component), there is no way we can experience distance because distance is not a physical property. It is an abstract or spiritual property

He expands on this later in the same post:            
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PS. If distance is assumed to exist in the physical universe, one must ask oneself, where is it and what is it made of? One day, mainstream science will wake up from its stupor and realize that distance/space is an illusion of the spirit. Everything is ONE. I predict that we will one day in the not too distant future, develop technologies that will allow us to travel instantly from anywhere to anywhere regardless of apparent distance. As an aside, there is a story in the New Testament about Jesus’s followers being instantly transported from one place to another. The Bible can be very sci-fi-like in surprising ways.
Amen to that last line!

In #14, J-Mac shows some signs of possible intelligence:    
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I gotta admit ichisan I have never heard of any scriptures that would combine all of your ideas… I hope you are not a fruitcake trying to sell me your own flapdoodle…Please tell me you are not from the same church Robert Byers is…please say it ain’t so…lol
But his next message is self deleted.

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stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,07:29   

Quote (Ptaylor @ Aug. 27 2017,04:50)
Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 27 2017,09:25)
Oh dear. At least Mung has a sense of humour.

Yes - on no account should you consider [URL=https://uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/confused-science-writer-octopuses-are-conscious-so-consciousness-is-not-what-makes-humans-

special/#comment-637704]quoting[/URL] anyone like Douglas Adams to asauber.

ETA - you know the drill - remove the <br> from the linked URL

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asauberAugust 12, 2017 at 8:00 am
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But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man—for precisely the same reasons.


I think Bob O’h actually believes that dolphins are as smart as humans… thereby demonstrating there are some humans way dumber than dolphins.

Andrew


Which...would mean dolphins are sometimes smarter than humans....

Goddammit asauber is a nimrod.

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,10:07   

Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,12:01   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,15:16   

Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 27 2017,10:01)
 
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

The fundamental force is weak with this one.

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F/Ns to F/Ns to F/Ns etc. The whole thing is F/N ridiculous -Seversky on KF footnote fetish 8-20-11
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,16:06   

Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 27 2017,15:16)
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 27 2017,10:01)
   
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

The fundamental force is weak with this one.

Does anyone have the gravitas to Higgsplain that?

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The ultimate truth is that there is no ultimate truth.

  
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,16:40   

I hate all of you.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,16:43   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,07:29)
Quote (Ptaylor @ Aug. 27 2017,04:50)
Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 27 2017,09:25)
Oh dear. At least Mung has a sense of humour.

Yes - on no account should you consider [URL=https://uncommondescent.com/intelligent-design/confused-science-writer-octopuses-are-conscious-so-consciousness-is-not-what-makes-humans-


special/#comment-637704]quoting[/URL] anyone like Douglas Adams to asauber.

ETA - you know the drill - remove the <br> from the linked URL

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asauberAugust 12, 2017 at 8:00 am
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But conversely, the dolphins had always believed that they were far more intelligent than man—for precisely the same reasons.


I think Bob O’h actually believes that dolphins are as smart as humans… thereby demonstrating there are some humans way dumber than dolphins.

Andrew


Which...would mean dolphins are sometimes smarter than humans....

Goddammit asauber is a nimrod.

I know a goodly number of dolphins whose company I would prefer to various humans.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,16:50   

Quote (rossum @ Aug. 27 2017,15:06)
Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 27 2017,15:16)
 
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 27 2017,10:01)
     
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

The fundamental force is weak with this one.

Does anyone have the gravitas to Higgsplain that?

Nah, that would require having enough energy to overcome inertia.

  
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2017,16:55   

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Physteach August 27, 2017 at 2:08 pm

I cannot help but ask that, in light of the current fad of removing statues, “Does it not make sense to remove Darwin’s statues, busts, and memorials from US Natural History Museums, et al.?” While I understand that he opposed slavery, do not his writings provide the scientific rationalization basis for innumerable atrocities of the past two centuries?


UD, where the hits keep on truckin.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 29 2017,07:16   

I think I'm done here
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asauberAugust 27, 2017 at 3:59 pm

Bob,

If you thought my criticism lacked substance, you wouldn’t be appealing to scientists to try and counter it.

You’ve failed completely as a second-rate troll.

Andrew
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asauberAugust 27, 2017 at 5:11 pm

Yes, in Bob’s Universe it takes the smartest people in the world, Climate Scientists, to counter ol’ Andrew’s UD comments.

I find that infinitely amusing. I must be at the Restaurant At The End of The Universe.

Andrew


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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 29 2017,11:12   

Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 28 2017,00:50)
Quote (rossum @ Aug. 27 2017,15:06)
Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 27 2017,15:16)
 
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 27 2017,10:01)
     
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

The fundamental force is weak with this one.

Does anyone have the gravitas to Higgsplain that?

Nah, that would require having enough energy to overcome inertia.

Get rid of the gluons first then you'll be ok.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 29 2017,23:28   

Quote (k.e.. @ Aug. 29 2017,09:12)
 
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 28 2017,00:50)
   
Quote (rossum @ Aug. 27 2017,15:06)
   
Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 27 2017,15:16)
     
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 27 2017,10:01)
         
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

The fundamental force is weak with this one.

Does anyone have the gravitas to Higgsplain that?

Nah, that would require having enough energy to overcome inertia.

Get rid of the gluons first then you'll be ok.

Are you tired of not being able to separate your sub-atomic particles due to those pesky gluons? New from the Cinco Corporation, it's GLU-OFF, the gluon eliminator in aerosol form. Just spray GLU-OFF on the desired particles and POOF, no more gluons. Say good bye to particle separation frustration.

WARNING: Wear protective gear while spraying. Overuse may result in total dissolution of all matter in the universe

DISCLAIMER: Cinco Corporation releases itself from all liability resulting from misuse of its products


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F/Ns to F/Ns to F/Ns etc. The whole thing is F/N ridiculous -Seversky on KF footnote fetish 8-20-11
Sigh. Really Bill? - Barry Arrington

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 30 2017,11:17   

Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 30 2017,07:28)
Quote (k.e.. @ Aug. 29 2017,09:12)
   
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 28 2017,00:50)
   
Quote (rossum @ Aug. 27 2017,15:06)
     
Quote (paragwinn @ Aug. 27 2017,15:16)
       
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 27 2017,10:01)
           
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 27 2017,09:07)
Kairos believes in an eternal god, and that 'actual infinities' can't exist. Too bad I'm 100% censored at their little Safe Space. I'd like to ask him, "If god had created one atom every year he was in existence, how many atoms would there be now?"

That question should be elementary!

The fundamental force is weak with this one.

Does anyone have the gravitas to Higgsplain that?

Nah, that would require having enough energy to overcome inertia.

Get rid of the gluons first then you'll be ok.

Are you tired of not being able to separate your sub-atomic particles due to those pesky gluons? New from the Cinco Corporation, it's GLU-OFF, the gluon eliminator in aerosol form. Just spray GLU-OFF on the desired particles and POOF, no more gluons. Say good bye to particle separation frustration.

WARNING: Wear protective gear while spraying. Overuse may result in total dissolution of all matter in the universe

DISCLAIMER: Cinco Corporation releases itself from all liability resulting from misuse of its products

I'll have 3 quarts of that thanks. Do you have the MSDS for it?

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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 30 2017,20:28   

Without gluons, there'd be no quarks, big ears or no, and then who'd run the bar on DS9?

  
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