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fnxtr



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2019,16:46   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 23 2019,12:44)
Oh I just noticed the date stamp on those posts and now I has a sad.

UD was fun back in the day, before it became GEM and the Holograms.

What? Barry And The Homophobes changed the name of their band?

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2019,18:04   

Mullings hasn’t commented for a while. I predict another Logic and First Principles OP. I can hardly wait.

  
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 23 2019,18:29   

Maybe he's writing a big post about how David Koch was assassinated by the same Deep State forces who took out Epstein.  :O

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,09:18   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ Aug. 23 2019,18:04)
Mullings hasn’t commented for a while. I predict another Logic and First Principles OP. I can hardly wait.

Well, it wasn’t a Logic and First Principles OP, but it is just as indecipherable.
Link

  
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,10:36   

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More Pop Science Fallout Re Jeffrey Epstein: Stu Pivar And PZ Myers

Posted on August 24, 2019 AuthorNews Comments(3)

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,11:27   

Panda's Thumb--First Things Jumps On

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,11:31   

Amusing comment from that PT link:

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Tim H • 2 days ago • edited
Most of the comments are the same as on The Hoover Institute and College Fix boards. The IDiot Creationists screaming about how Darwinism is false, a handful of scientifically literate posters patiently trying to correct their scientific misconceptions. Sadly ultra-IDiot / YEC Joe Gallien (sombodysdad) has discovered the board and is now shitting up the thread with his usual C&Ped nonsense as fast as he can.

   
stevestory



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,11:34   

Occasionally UD produces a rock of crack so pure that it can remind you of your first hit:

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Vmahuna August 24, 2019 at 10:29 am
Practically NOTHING learnt after grade school about Math is important. You’re sure not going to find any USE for it. After all, TV commercials regularly tell us that the product does “400% MORE” than the competitors. Does ANYONE know what that means? I worked with a woman who had earned a BS in Math. It had ABSOLUTELY no value in government processes run by edicts and impenetrable computer programs. Also, our job was being done by people with no college education at all, and when our “intern” program failed to show that 20 years of following the rules could be successfully replaced by 4 years of college, The Government went back to filling the positions from pools of “warehouse clerks”, who are not known for their THINKING about generalized, as opposed to today’s SPECIFIC, problems.
I read some years back that the Ebonics approach to what passes as Logic and grammar GUARANTEES that no Ebonics speaker will EVER be able to make a coherent statement about number juggling.
As with junk like Physics, there is some TEENY number (half of 1%?) of individuals who should be trained in the Ancient Magic to keep the flame alive, but there ain’t no point in attempting to DISCUSS “Whither the Mathematics” in public.


the good stuff

   
Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,13:41   

BB:
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AronS1978, I think we all have OCD to some level. When I walk down a hallway, I always tap on the wall. I have a friend who always circles the block to double check that he closed his garage door. Obviously these are extremely minor inconveniences and not even worth trying to address. A more serious one is a person I know who finds it necessary to respond to a certain commenter on a blog with an insult, regardless of what the original comment was (OCD possibly combined with Tourets).
Other people have even more severe OCD, to the point that it seriously affects their lives. As a previous commenter said, OCD is a spectrum. It is not one size fits all.

I wonder who he is referring to.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 24 2019,13:52   

Some dude who needs constant attention. Sad!  :p

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2019,00:11   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 24 2019,09:27)
Panda's Thumb--First Things Jumps On

The First Things creationists are a lot of fun. They are ignorant, and adamant.

Come on and play.

https://www.firstthings.com/web-exc....-darwin

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Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2019,13:07   

BB commented
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...A more serious one is a person I know who finds it necessary to respond to a certain commenter on a blog with an insult, regardless of what the original comment was (OCD possibly combined with Tourets)....

And just like Pavlov’s dogs, ET responds with:
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August 25, 2019 at 9:24 am
Brother Brain once again demonstrates his severe OCD and his cluelessness.

There is something seriously wrong with that guy’s wiring.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 25 2019,13:22   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ Aug. 25 2019,14:07)
BB commented  
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...A more serious one is a person I know who finds it necessary to respond to a certain commenter on a blog with an insult, regardless of what the original comment was (OCD possibly combined with Tourets)....

And just like Pavlov’s dogs, ET responds with:
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August 25, 2019 at 9:24 am
Brother Brain once again demonstrates his severe OCD and his cluelessness.

There is something seriously wrong with that guy’s wiring.


   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,09:02   

kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -  
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,09:21   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 26 2019,09:02)
kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -  
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

I think KF suggests to let Mr Leathers teach math.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,09:42   

Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 26 2019,10:02)
kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -  
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

Can you translate that for me? I have no idea what he's saying.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,13:13   

Yeah, what does "including ethics in mathematics" even mean? Math is not about behavior of people.

  
Acartia_Bogart



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,13:17   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 26 2019,09:42)
Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 26 2019,10:02)
kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -    
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

Can you translate that for me? I have no idea what he's saying.

I think that he is talking about a phsycomagnetheric river of slime running under the city of New York.

  
Henry J



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,16:00   

If that's the case, then who's he gonna call?

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,16:12   

Quote (Acartia_Bogart @ Aug. 26 2019,13:17)
Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 26 2019,09:42)
Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 26 2019,10:02)
kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -    
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

Can you translate that for me? I have no idea what he's saying.

I think that he is talking about a phsycomagnetheric river of slime running under the city of New York.

That made my day right there.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,18:55   

Quote (Texas Teach @ Aug. 26 2019,14:12)
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kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -      
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

Can you translate that for me? I have no idea what he's saying.

I think that he is talking about a phsycomagnetheric river of slime running under the city of New York.

That made my day right there.

KF seems like the type to go off about cats and dogs living together.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,19:00   

Quote (fnxtr @ Aug. 26 2019,19:55)
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Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 26 2019,09:42)
   
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kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -        
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

Can you translate that for me? I have no idea what he's saying.

I think that he is talking about a phsycomagnetheric river of slime running under the city of New York.

That made my day right there.

KF seems like the type to go off about cats and dogs living together.

Mass Hysteria!

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,19:05   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 26 2019,07:42)
Quote (Bob O'H @ Aug. 26 2019,10:02)
kf, whilst arguing for including ethics in mathematics -    
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Similarly, it is advisable for educators — this is our context — to address the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains (using a common framework).

Psychomotor? In mathematics? The mind boggles.

Can you translate that for me? I have no idea what he's saying.

Or he's just channeling Shriekback lyrics...

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,20:32   

Quote (fnxtr @ Aug. 26 2019,17:55)
KF seems like the type to go off about cats and dogs living together.

One of my coworkers has both in one house.

  
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 26 2019,20:46   

Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 26 2019,21:32)
Quote (fnxtr @ Aug. 26 2019,17:55)
KF seems like the type to go off about cats and dogs living together.

One of my coworkers has both in one house.

Probably a direct consequence of gay marriage.

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2019,07:54   

Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 26 2019,16:00)
If that's the case, then who's he gonna call?

The Spanish Inquisition?

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 27 2019,08:07   

Quote (sparc @ Aug. 27 2019,06:54)
Quote (Henry J @ Aug. 26 2019,16:00)
If that's the case, then who's he gonna call?

The Spanish Inquisition?

Nobody expects that.

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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 28 2019,04:58   

Occasional UD commenter Jammer:
   
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Computer scientists and mathematicians tend to be much brighter than biologists, so it’s no surprise that they’d be able to comprehend things the latter can’t. Biologists aren’t smart enough to see just how dumb Darwinism is.

Shorter Jammer: “Let me put it this way. Have you heard of Gould, Haldane, Mayr? Morons!
UD link

Edited by Ptaylor on Aug. 28 2019,22:00

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We no longer say: “Another day; another bad day for Darwinism.” We now say: “Another day since the time Darwinism was disproved.”
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 28 2019,05:36   

Quote (Ptaylor @ Aug. 28 2019,05:58)
Occasional UD commenter Jammer:
   
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Computer scientists and mathematicians tend to be much brighter than biologists, so it’s no surprise that they’d be able to comprehend things the latter can’t. Biologists aren’t smart enough to see just how dumb Darwinism is.

Shorter Jammer: “Let me put it this way. Have you heard of Gould, Haldane, Mayr? Morons!
UD link

And yet... biologists have published approximately 300,000 papers so far in 2019, and ID geniuses have published 0. Hey Jammer, can your high IQ figure out what that means? :-)

   
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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 28 2019,08:48   

Quote (stevestory @ Aug. 28 2019,05:36)
Quote (Ptaylor @ Aug. 28 2019,05:58)
Occasional UD commenter Jammer:
     
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Computer scientists and mathematicians tend to be much brighter than biologists, so it’s no surprise that they’d be able to comprehend things the latter can’t. Biologists aren’t smart enough to see just how dumb Darwinism is.

Shorter Jammer: “Let me put it this way. Have you heard of Gould, Haldane, Mayr? Morons!
UD link

And yet... biologists have published approximately 300,000 papers so far in 2019, and ID geniuses have published 0. Hey Jammer, can your high IQ figure out what that means? :-)

That is because of the world-wide conspiracy to block the publication of all of the ID research.

  
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