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  1. Standard member Dasa
    Dasa
    09 Oct '11 05:28
    Science in general is ok - but cheating science is my only concern and any points I raise are not directed at science in general..

    With the discovery of the complexity of living cells we all know that life did not come about by random chance in a muddy puddle.

    We all know this.

    So why does science tell us that this is how it happened.

    They know it is dishonest to present such an absurd idea.

    What is wrong with science?

    This false assumption is at the cutting edge of science and is their foundation for their biological studies.

    Someone should tell them that "life being produced from matter" is the wrong foundation to begin their studies from - and they are simply going in the wrong direction.
  2. 09 Oct '11 07:42
    Originally posted by Dasa
    Science in general is ok - but cheating science is my only concern and any points I raise are not directed at science in general..

    With the discovery of the complexity of living cells we all know that life did not come about by random chance in a muddy puddle.

    We all know this.

    So why does science tell us that this is how it happened.

    They know it i ...[text shortened]... ong foundation to begin their studies from - and they are simply going in the wrong direction.
    Which one of your personalities is the "we" in your post?
  3. 09 Oct '11 08:15
    Dear god, are you still not banned from these forums?
  4. Standard member mikelom
    Ajarn
    09 Oct '11 09:12
    Just don't respond, as you're feeding the troll.

    Ignored behaviour goes away!

    Let him post to himself. He'll soon get bored. He's Just trying to swamp the science forum, and as long as people respond he'll continue to do so....

    -m.
  5. 10 Oct '11 00:49 / 3 edits
    Life, particularly cows, came around to feed me for every time you post. This is a well known phenomenon, known as the amolv06 effect. There's a mathematical law for it as well:

    A=KD,

    where A is the amount of meaty foods I eat, D is the amount Dasa posts in the science forum, and K is the fudge (YUMMY!) coefficient. For the mentally lame, (this is directed directly at the malformed neurons of my D) this just means the more you post, the more meat I eat, Dasa. I thank you for your part in this new scientific phenomenon.
  6. Standard member mikelom
    Ajarn
    10 Oct '11 02:30
    Originally posted by amolv06
    Life, particularly cows, came around to feed me for every time you post. This is a well known phenomenon, known as the amolv06 effect. There's a mathematical law for it as well:

    A=KD,

    where A is the amount of meaty foods I eat, D is the amount Dasa posts in the science forum, and K is the fudge (YUMMY!) coefficient. For the mentally lame, (this is d ...[text shortened]... post, the more meat I eat, Dasa. I thank you for your part in this new scientific phenomenon.
    You forgot the inverse factor in your coefficient. D is actually the number of 'good' posts Dasa keys in.

    The the original formula A=KD should therefore read A=1/KD.

    D equates to approx 0.0001, giving a resultant A in the thosands, which formulates a huge amount of meat.

    You're soon going to look like a BigMac!

    -m.
  7. Subscriber karoly aczel
    Happy Chappy
    10 Oct '11 03:20
    Originally posted by KazetNagorra
    Dear god, are you still not banned from these forums?
    Why should he be banned? Is he not entertaining enough?

    It would be a really uninteresting forum if the likes of Dasa couldn't post their stuff up here.
    Is he scientific? Not really. But is it really that important?
    sometimes I learn stuff from you guys answering Dasa's, often funny,questions/statements.

    Variety is the spice of life
  8. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    10 Oct '11 12:39
    Originally posted by karoly aczel
    Why should he be banned? Is he not entertaining enough?

    It would be a really uninteresting forum if the likes of Dasa couldn't post their stuff up here.
    Is he scientific? Not really. But is it really that important?
    sometimes I learn stuff from you guys answering Dasa's, often funny,questions/statements.

    Variety is the spice of life
    That said and mostly agreed, he is still a one trick pony.
  9. 10 Oct '11 15:00
    Originally posted by mikelom
    Just don't respond, as you're feeding the troll.

    Ignored behaviour goes away!
    That's only true for trolls. Dasa isn't a troll - he really is this much of a whackjob. Nothing we can do will ever convince him that he is not the only genius in the whole wide world and all the 7.000.000.000 rest of us are crazy and dishonest. Nothing Dasa can do will ever convince any of us of the opposite.

    Richard
  10. Standard member sonhouse
    Fast and Curious
    11 Oct '11 12:32
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    That's only true for trolls. Dasa isn't a troll - he really is this much of a whackjob. Nothing we can do will ever convince him that he is not the only genius in the whole wide world and all the 7.000.000.000 rest of us are crazy and dishonest. Nothing Dasa can do will ever convince any of us of the opposite.

    Richard
    And so it goes.