Greg. Tingey

Greg. Tingey

  • Commented on Ia, Ia, Google Fthagn
    & also #273 I assume you mean some form of "commercial" ad-blocker? I don't think I can see that facility on my Google-Chrome browser. Or am I barking up the wrong tree entirely? Would I, maybe find something in...
  • Commented on Ia, Ia, Google Fthagn
    No You made an assertion. That we are analogous to the bits in a computer-game. i.e. "That we are all living in a sim" argument. Which cannot be true for reasons given in many preceding discussions, including the "c-limit" little...
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    I find it interesting that the first trans-continental rail line in the US started at a position [ Omaha/Council Bluffs ] that was convenient for transportation to both Chicago & St Louis. However, I suspect that the US treasonous slaveholders'...
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    Yes Also I am (very thankfully in this case) emphatically NOT a moderator ... but. Catina appears to be issuing multiple insults & threats, which may be very amusing to (?)her(?) especially if she/he is drunk, but are becoming extremely...
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    "Only you can save the World" by Pterry, in other words. NOT buying it. This si the "We're living in a simulation" argument transferred across to the BSF-existence one, isn't it? For reasons given in much better format, by others...
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    Further thoughts on same subject, from subsequent posters: AT @ 267 Precisely - such phenomena were "apparently observed" in primitive times, but not now, with better equipment. An actual repeat would constitute a probable proof, I think. & @ 284...
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    Thoughts? (I'm thinking about turning this into a new blog entry.) PLEASE, please do! I also like the distinction between a WGE & an SGE. The other really important point, usually brought up by the brain-fucked believers is that: "Oh...
  • Commented on Ia, Ia, Google Fthagn
    Oops, didn't read your post (SoV) @ # 259 ALL the people who claim that BSF is "real" to them are quoting, or have quoted entirely subjective evidence (i.e. no evidence at all ) "God is in my heart &...
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    What would you have to detect to "prove" the existence of BSF is what you are asking, right? BSF is obviously capable of acausal actions, & violating the second law of thermodynamics ( resurrection, for a start ) BSF is...
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    NO DIFFERENCE AT ALL actually "It was as if the walls of all the houses in Geneva had been turned into glass" Etc ad nauseam...
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    You HAVE read "Singularity Sky" etc?...
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    Exactly The corporate downfall of Eastman Kodak is a classic exemplar ( I used to work for them, long ago ) How to push corporate glorification & salaries, crap on the workers & "We'll just buy the digital competition next...
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    Basilisk = Unborn God Oh dear...
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    because populations boomed as a consequence of the supposed fixes And ... education had not got a hold - see previous discussion(s) As soon as education takes hold & the women are not forced into becoming breeding machines, the...
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    No "biblical" texts are well-known (except by believing christians, of course) to be a corrupted load of foetid dingo's kidneys. The classic must be the interpretation of "young woman" for "virgin" deliberately put about by the murderer, Saint Cyril of...
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    BOLLOCKS I have one of these plots, OK? Apart from onions I buy no vegetables at all, I& I give lots of surpluses (gluts) away. And I grow quite a lot of soft fruit & "exotics" for fun & different...
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    Usual quibble at this point. If BigSkyFairy of any sort whatsoever, exists ... Then why is he/she/it/they not detectable? The better our detection equipment & sensors get, the less BSF we see ( like none at all ) I have...
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    Works for chickens, but cattle are better on grass, actually, though corn-stalks/silage are good for cattle, if used in moderation....
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    I worked out that, provided we had the electrical power, the entire UK could feed itself, if we did the following (Admittedly rather extreme social reforms needed) ... Provided every household with a standard allotment patch, by using all spare...
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    No It's EDUCATION. Why ( Oh why, oh why? ) Do you think that religious leaders are so determined that their gullible flocks/followers shall have no education OTHER than that controlled by them, or, better still (as in Da'esh )...
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    Well, we are going to run out of fossil carbon. Utter, total codswallop. Has no-one else here come across Robert Frish's classic ( & spoof ) paper: "On the feasibility of Coal-driven Power Stations" ?? Originally published in 1955?...
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    And, as usual, we lesser beings will be victims of the fray. Nothing new here: " ... and we petty men Walk under his huge legs and peep about To find ourselves dishonourable graves." - Julius Ceasar Act 1 ScII...
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    Low salt diets - which can give you excruciating cramps from salt deprivation. No Cholesterol means you will drop dead real soon. The emphasis on "fats" rather than "sugars" is strange to me, given that the latter are or seem...
  • Commented on Two Thoughts
    Sorry Charlie! I WAS typing in a hurry - at least there were none of my usual typos .......
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    So, eating a thick juicy steak may actually be causing your anaemia Not in Britain, though - the insane drugging-up of cattle, etc seems to be a USA thing. I'm careful to eat meat, via my local butcher, that...
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    Well, there are certain people whom are hiding right out in plain sight, who (I think) out not to be trusted with anything other than the inside of a cell. Example: This man Short-term politics, didn't like elections, got himself...
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    Of course, it's hardly news that the most effective horror stories include a sense of confinement/no escape, often through use of restrictive location The trading floor? Working in a multinational bank?...
  • Commented on Two Thoughts
    Donald Trump is a HUMAN BEING? Who knew?...
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    Maybe you could enlighten us, then? I prefer to comprehend any supposed message sent to me....
  • Commented on Two Thoughts
    We only seem to have about 30 common edible vegetables, or about 3 in my local Tesco; it would be good to have some new ones. Err, quite few more than that. See the Oxford book of Food Plants. However,...
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