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12 days ago
ianw16
Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteAs time passes, the claim that science can > comprehend everything looks increasingly nutty P > > To save me trying to find that claim on the > website, could you please give the name of the > person (not a scientist, I imagine!) who makes > such a claim? > > Susan You wo
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4 weeks ago
ianw16
Although that was quite a journey longitude-wise, it was not so much latitude-wise. I'm guessing that once they found themselves on the north Asian steppes, there was little to stop them spreading west. Usually one would expect mountain ranges, seas, or different climatic conditions to restrict a species spread. At least for a while. Not much in the way of barriers for the horses heading west tho
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > We both know you study these videos Ian, so > summarise them yourself. This is the very latest > one so be careful, it's still wet. > > Nope. Wouldn't waste my time. Show me the paper, or a summary of the woo. Otherwise give up. Cranks on youtube are an irrelevance.
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I've given you plenty of science to look at Ian, > but all you want to do is throw stones and act > superior. Is that why you come on here? You have provided no science. Just a bunch of woo on youtube. Show me some papers. That is where science is done. Otherwise, just summarise the youtube woo, and tell m
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Here you are Ian, your next lesson from the EU. > Try to keep up now. > > Not interested. They don't understand science, and have no scientists. Who, other than equally ignorant types, would therefore care what these mythologists say? As far as I can see, this thread has long since departed from the
Forum: Science & Space
2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ianw16 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > cloister Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > What is most certainly expanding is the > amount > > of > > > guff posing as the
Forum: Science & Space
2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > What is most certainly expanding is the amount of > guff posing as the interpretation of actual > observations. > > Just how and why does an entire Universe appear > out of nothing at all for no reason whatsoever? So, ignore the science and post meaningless drivel! It's not like you've got an
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ianw16 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > cloister Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > You've built your model on sand Ian, try this > > > > > > > > > >
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You've built your model on sand Ian, try this > > > I've built nothing on sand. Scientists have built theories and models based on observation and known science. And quit posting pseudoscientific Youtube crap. Show me where it is written up, or take it to the paranormal board. Where is the science?
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > it is only a proto-brown dwarf in the literature, > that a brown dwarf will later form is an > assumption based on the matter they see in the > area, ie the nebula, space dust and gas. If you > watch actual images, i posted one before, you see > a star is forming. > > Pba brown dwarfs do no
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > fueled by their assmumptions, this is not > evidence, pictures are evidence. > > Regards, > Daniel No, not fuelled by assumptions. That just goes to show your utter ignorance of all things scientific. It is based on lab tested science. It is called spectroscopy. Look it up. Unless you think it was
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Playing the man. > > You all but admitted a black hole is not actually > observed, we are done here. > > Regards, > Daniel No, you are done. You have no science. What is the event horizon they observed caused by? What explains the stellar orbits around Sgr A*? What explains the gravitatio
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I see now Ian, it's all about picking a winning > side. I'd rather plump for the truth, however > unpopular that is. You haven't got any truth. You have no hypothesis! You have no science. You have no scientists. Where is your crap written up? Where is this 'truth'? Youtube? Lol. Uneducated cranks.
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Lol. More pareidolia in lieu of any ability to actually understand science!
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Which "observation" are you on about? The 1992 > paper has no observation (ie image) in the paper. > > The actual real observations (ie astronomical > images) show a connection. > > You may stick your head in the sand if that makes > you feel better. > > Regards, > D
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > This experiment has been replicated by the > Heartmath Institute, and again it showed that the > Heart can predict events before they happen, > faster than the brain. > > - > heart > > > cloister Where is the peer-reviewed paper? I want to see their experimental techniques, a
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Being a free thinker I don't belong to any cult > Ian, but you do, and your arrogance around it is > quite profound. Your view on the cosmos is the > only accepted view, full stop. Yet you don't know > what's going on in your own backyard but you claim > to know what's going on thousands of light ye
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Are you saying you don't know Ian! Really.... Mr > scientist doesn't know what those pretty lights on > the moon are. I see. What the hell are you on about? I've read the reports over the years. Nobody knows for sure. Why should I? What is your point? Are you telling me that a bunch of unqualified mythol
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > NASA has an article > > > > Lunar Polar Craters May Be Electrified, oh my, say > it ain't so Sally. > > Regards, > Daniel And if you weren't ignorant of a whole bunch of science, you'd know that this has long been a possibility proposed in mainstream (i.e. real) science. Photoelec
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ianw16 Wrote: > -------------------------------------------------- > ----- > > cloister Wrote: > > > -------------------------------------------------- > > > ----- > > > You do seem to spend a lot of time on > > > personalities rather than subjects, but it >
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > Regards, > Daniel Lol. Science by pareidolia! I linked you to a 1992 paper that shows Markarian 205 to be most definitely behind the closer galaxy. This reminds me of the EU idiots on the Rosetta Blog, pointing at pictures and saying, "it looks like rock!" Despite us knowing the density,
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > LOl, you are inferring its existence, that is not > the same as an actual observation. > > Regards, > Daniel And you are questioning its existence with zero knowledge of any relevant science. Explain the event horizon detection. Explain the stellar orbits. Explain the gravitational redshift. Get o
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You do seem to spend a lot of time on > personalities rather than subjects, but it was > your opinion(borrow one if you don't have one of > your own)on the transient lunar phenomena I was > interested in? My opinion is of no import. Go read the scientific literature. By the way, that does not inclu
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > - Markarian 205, a quasar physically connected to > a lower redshift galaxy. > > - Quote: Martin Lopez-Corredoira /"Chen et > al.[69] reported the observation of line shift > increase with > plasma electron densities: roughly ∆λ(nm) ∼ > Ne(1018cm−3 ) for the HgI line with λ = 435.83 &
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > There was no black hole observed. > > Regards, > Daniel Duh! It is called a 'black' hole for a reason! SMH! What else has an event horizon? What else is causing those orbits around Sgr A*? And the gravitational redshift? Hmmm? Let's see the science. In the scientific, peer-reviewed literature. You hav
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Everything you said is unobserved. > > Science needs observation first, not wishful > thinking based on faulty theories. > > Regards, > Daniel You really are clueless, aren't you (rhetorical)? We've just seen the event horizon of a black hole. Missed that, did you? We have plenty of obser
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Do you need a paper to have an opinion Ian? I have an opinion about the idiots who post this EU crap on Youtube. Want to hear it?
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > So quasars with high redshift that have a proven > physical connection to a lower redshift galaxy do > not exist? Correct. There is no physical connection to any galaxy other than the one of which they are a part. It goes without saying that the whole galaxy is at the same redshift. Duh! > > I think
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2 months ago
ianw16
D-Archer Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > You are right, black holes and dark this and that > is all very unscientific. > > Regards, > Daniel One has been observed, and there is plenty of evidence for the other. Tough luck. Just like the observed neutron stars and gravitational waves that you still deny, due to them contradicting your myt
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2 months ago
ianw16
cloister Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > ianw16 Wrote > > > > > > Not interested in the ramblings of unqualified > > Velikovskians. I'd have thought you'd have > figured > > out by now that I do not view Youtube woo. > > We both know you do Ian, so what's your view on > "transient lunar phenomena"
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