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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 17 2017,15:30   

Well of course he gets irate when he's attacked by the sensible educated segment of society.

  
Texas Teach



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 17 2017,15:41   

Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 17 2017,15:30)
Well of course he gets irate when he's attacked by the sensible educated segment of society.

Joe is really bothered by anyone being smarter than him.  Since he's on the left side of the bell curve, this leads to considerable angst.

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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 17 2017,17:50   

Is this the birth of a new Joe-ism, or has he shat this one out before?
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196 ET November 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm
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Mathematics does not say that the letters on a page are random.

Yes, it does.

linky

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There isn't any probability that the letter d is in the word "mathematics"...  The correct answer would be "not even 0" - JoeG

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 17 2017,21:22   

Quote (JohnW @ Nov. 17 2017,17:50)
Is this the birth of a new Joe-ism, or has he shat this one out before?
 
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196 ET November 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm
 
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Mathematics does not say that the letters on a page are random.

Yes, it does.

linky

And further from Joe:

"They are only partially predictable because we understand the language."

Say what? I can't read Russian, but I'm willing to bet that a standard ngram analysis of a Russian text would show a non-random distribution in the positioning of letters within words wrt to each other.

Computer-based counterintelligence does this as a matter of course, and I doubt that even Joe would claim that a computer "understands" Russian.

  
Texas Teach



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 17 2017,22:55   

Quote (timothya @ Nov. 17 2017,21:22)
Quote (JohnW @ Nov. 17 2017,17:50)
Is this the birth of a new Joe-ism, or has he shat this one out before?
 
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196 ET November 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm
 
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Mathematics does not say that the letters on a page are random.

Yes, it does.

linky

And further from Joe:

"They are only partially predictable because we understand the language."

Say what? I can't read Russian, but I'm willing to bet that a standard ngram analysis of a Russian text would show a non-random distribution in the positioning of letters within words wrt to each other.

Computer-based counterintelligence does this as a matter of course, and I doubt that even Joe would claim that a computer "understands" Russian.

Did Joe just deny the existence of autocomplete?

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k.e..



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 18 2017,09:41   

Quote (Texas Teach @ Nov. 18 2017,06:55)
Quote (timothya @ Nov. 17 2017,21:22)
Quote (JohnW @ Nov. 17 2017,17:50)
Is this the birth of a new Joe-ism, or has he shat this one out before?
   
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196 ET November 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm
   
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Mathematics does not say that the letters on a page are random.

Yes, it does.

linky

And further from Joe:

"They are only partially predictable because we understand the language."

Say what? I can't read Russian, but I'm willing to bet that a standard ngram analysis of a Russian text would show a non-random distribution in the positioning of letters within words wrt to each other.

Computer-based counterintelligence does this as a matter of course, and I doubt that even Joe would claim that a computer "understands" Russian.

Did Joe just deny the existence of autocomplete?

Depends on the wavelength of distribution for letter pairs.

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fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 18 2017,19:08   

Quote (k.e.. @ Nov. 18 2017,07:41)
Quote (Texas Teach @ Nov. 18 2017,06:55)
Quote (timothya @ Nov. 17 2017,21:22)
 
Quote (JohnW @ Nov. 17 2017,17:50)
Is this the birth of a new Joe-ism, or has he shat this one out before?
   
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196 ET November 17, 2017 at 1:18 pm
   
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Mathematics does not say that the letters on a page are random.

Yes, it does.

linky

And further from Joe:

"They are only partially predictable because we understand the language."

Say what? I can't read Russian, but I'm willing to bet that a standard ngram analysis of a Russian text would show a non-random distribution in the positioning of letters within words wrt to each other.

Computer-based counterintelligence does this as a matter of course, and I doubt that even Joe would claim that a computer "understands" Russian.

Did Joe just deny the existence of autocomplete?

Depends on the wavelength of distribution for letter pairs.

2LOT is proven by autocorrupt.

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Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 19 2017,10:09   

2LOT or not 2LOT, that is the question?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 19 2017,10:44   

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Bob O'H November 19, 2017 at 10:10 am
Barry @ 32 – that’s not the logic I would use, so please don’t ascribe it to me. If for no other reason than it makes you look uninformed.
bob o'h is cruisin for a bruisin

   
Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,10:22   

Quote (stevestory @ Nov. 19 2017,10:44)
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Bob O'H November 19, 2017 at 10:10 am
Barry @ 32 – that’s not the logic I would use, so please don’t ascribe it to me. If for no other reason than it makes you look uninformed.
bob o'h is cruisin for a bruisin

It appears that JVL may already have received his bruising. He has not commented for a few days. Dare I suggest that he/she has been banned? On a sight that promotes fair and open debate?

  
Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,11:32   

Banned? Surely they wouldn't do that!

  
Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,13:17   

Quote (stevestory @ Nov. 19 2017,10:44)
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Bob O'H November 19, 2017 at 10:10 am
Barry @ 32 – that’s not the logic I would use, so please don’t ascribe it to me. If for no other reason than it makes you look uninformed.
bob o'h is cruisin for a bruisin

It looks like I'm safe - Barry has moved onto something else.

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Bob O'H



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,13:20   

Here you go - they're celebrating 10k posts from Denyse! It's quite impressive, even if she does seem to go for quantity rather than quality.

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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)

   
Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,14:05   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Nov. 20 2017,13:20)
Here you go - they're celebrating 10k posts from Denyse! It's quite impressive, even if she does seem to go for quantity rather than quality.

I hope that nobody dislocates a shoulder patting themselves on the back.

  
Texas Teach



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,14:12   

Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 20 2017,11:32)
Banned? Surely they wouldn't do that!

They would.  And don't me Shirley.

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Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,15:04   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Nov. 20 2017,13:20)
Here you go - they're celebrating 10k posts from Denyse! It's quite impressive, even if she does seem to go for quantity rather than quality.

News: Consider: What did you learn from the New York Times about how much trouble Darwinism is in, with respect to evidence about evolution? How much did you learn from UD? Or other non-establishment sources?

Read the Times, read us. But if you want to know what is going on, better you read us.[QUOTE]

Denyse is better than the N Y Times

  
fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,16:51   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ Nov. 20 2017,13:04)
Quote (Bob O'H @ Nov. 20 2017,13:20)
Here you go - they're celebrating 10k posts from Denyse! It's quite impressive, even if she does seem to go for quantity rather than quality.

News: Consider: What did you learn from the New York Times about how much trouble Darwinism is in, with respect to evidence about evolution? How much did you learn from UD? Or other non-establishment sources?

Read the Times, read us. But if you want to know what is going on, better you read us.[QUOTE]

Denyse is better than the N Y Times

Paraphrasing Mr. Adams: "This must be some strange new usage of the word 'better' I wasn't previously familiar with."

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Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,19:53   

W.J.M:
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I’m quite pleased with the way the administration is orchestrating this takedown of the cartels. Most people don’t even know what is happening, and I believe that’s all part of the plan – to cause as little disruption and social upheaval as possible, and frame all the different aspects as largely unrelated events, like the arrest of all the Saudi Princes, Mueller’s investigation, the release of the JFK files, etc. There’s so much disinformation and counter-disinformation floating around it’s unbelievable.


Don’t forget about 9-11, the moon landing and jet vapour trails. Or Pizza Gate and the pedophile conspiracy. Or ‘one world government’ and the homosexual agenda. Or the Christian persecution and...

And they wonder why most people think that they are batshit crazy.

Crazy is an acquired characteristic

  
Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,20:13   

Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 20 2017,15:51)
Paraphrasing Mr. Adams: "This must be some strange new usage of the word 'better' I wasn't previously familiar with."

Reminds me of a character who kept saying "inconceivable!" every few sentences, and another character's remark "you keep using that word...".

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,20:16   

Ha even KF is like wait...jfk...?

   
Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,20:43   

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Ha even KF is like wait...jfk...?

Give him time. He will warm up to it. All you have to do is mention communist/ Marxist involvement and he will jump all over it with his best cliche-ridden sermons.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,20:49   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ Nov. 20 2017,20:43)
Quote (stevestory @ Nov. 20 2017,20:16)
Ha even KF is like wait...jfk...?

Give him time. He will warm up to it. All you have to do is mention communist/ Marxist involvement and he will jump all over it with his best cliche-ridden sermons.

A straw man soaked in oil of ad hominem and set alight in the Book Depository to distract from the shooter on the grassy knoll.

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fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,22:32   

Quote (Texas Teach @ Nov. 20 2017,18:49)
A straw man soaked in oil of ad hominem and set alight...

You're thinking of the wicker man, Shirley.

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"I am in a rush to catch up with science work." -- Gary Gaulin

  
fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 20 2017,22:32   

Quote (Henry J @ Nov. 20 2017,18:13)
Quote (fnxtr @ Nov. 20 2017,15:51)
Paraphrasing Mr. Adams: "This must be some strange new usage of the word 'better' I wasn't previously familiar with."

Reminds me of a character who kept saying "inconceivable!" every few sentences, and another character's remark "you keep using that word...".

The Adams quote is less of a fine pink mist at this point....

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"But it's disturbing to think someone actually thinks creationism -- having put it's hand on the hot stove every day for the last 400 years -- will get a different result tomorrow." -- midwifetoad

"I am in a rush to catch up with science work." -- Gary Gaulin

  
Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 21 2017,17:23   

It is fun watching KF and WJM putting on their tinfoil hats and discussing conspiracy theories.
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As for Podesta and emails and certain shops in DC, that is way off topic, my concern is there HAVE to be speakeasies, and such always use codes to access the underground side. WHERE ARE THEY, WHY IS THERE NOT A DECADES LONG LIST OF BUSTS WITH BIG NAMES GAOLED AND MORE? My suspicion is at the rate things are going 1/2 of Congress, 1/4 of wider DC and 2/3 of Hollywood and NY may well be implicated before this thing burns out.


Hmm. The fact that we can’t find the speakeasies is proof that they exist. The logic is unassailable.


Tinfoil please

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 21 2017,19:36   

Deep Thought from FourFaces      
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We experience many things that are not part of the physical world. Examples are color, flavor and distance. These things are “supernatural”, meaning that they exist in a parallel, non-physical realm.

If you doubt that color, flavor and distance are non-physical, just ask yourself, what are they made of? The external or physical world does exist but our consciousness/spirit adds something to it.

Link

See also.

Edited by CeilingCat on Nov. 21 2017,19:37

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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 22 2017,11:48   

Quote (CeilingCat @ Nov. 21 2017,17:36)
Deep Thought from FourFaces        
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We experience many things that are not part of the physical world. Examples are color, flavor and distance. These things are “supernatural”, meaning that they exist in a parallel, non-physical realm.

If you doubt that color, flavor and distance are non-physical, just ask yourself, what are they made of? The external or physical world does exist but our consciousness/spirit adds something to it.

Link

See also.

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We experience many things that are not part of the physical world. Examples are color, flavor and distance.

And TARD.

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There isn't any probability that the letter d is in the word "mathematics"...  The correct answer would be "not even 0" - JoeG

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 22 2017,14:40   

Can it be long before they go flat earther? I mean, the "north" so-called "pole"... WERE YOU THERE?

   
Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 22 2017,16:33   

And how would you know if you were, since it's covered by ice that floats on water?

(Hey, if ice floats on water, does that mean they're two different things?)

(I'll be going now... )

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Nov. 23 2017,15:51   

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kairosfocusNovember 23, 2017 at 2:33 am
DS, you further need to address that the underlying strategic assumption is media dominance so that objectors to the document etc could be marginalised, stereotyped, dismissively labelled and scapegoated for targetting. This directly reflects Weinstein’s suppression of exposes by the aggrieved and media targetting of complainants and journalists who would not go along with the agenda. This is part of the widespread reek of corruption and it provides an explanation for why — with the significant exception of the hated Roman Catholic Church — we have not been seeing a regular, intense breaking of the nests of perverts, perps, speakeasies etc. connected to halls of power. Of course, that serves to create the perception that it is those hypocritical Christians who are the problem, when in fact the stench is coming from everywhere. In short there is a widespread problem that has distorted government, law, law enforcement, transparency, accountability and much more. This brings me right back to the number one case that seems to drive all others: the ongoing holocaust of living posterity in the womb, at 1 million more victims per week, sustained under false colour of law, rights etc, amounting to over 800+ million victims in 40+ years. Blood guilt taint directly connected to widespread breakdown of sexual morality, compounded by faulty population bomb analysis that failed to see effects of demographic collapse compounded by mass blood guilt. We are the worst generation since antediluvian days, we actually are worse than Hitler, Stalin, Mao et al. Innocent blood, rivers of it, cries up from the ground against us, cries out for justice. And it will be answered with a terrible judgement of a wicked civilisation. For, the level of corruption we see leads to warped judgement, marches of folly and go-over-the-cliff ruin. With nukes in play. How utterly demonically warped, shameless, benumbed in conscience, warped in mind and so how utterly inexcusably foolish we have become. Is there at least a remnant that will stand? KF
how long before this wack-job makes the news?

   
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