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Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56009 Jul 19, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
Why the sarcasm?
Be constructive, unbiased and flexible in thinking and always keep communication lines open.
My best wishes are always with you.
Take care.
"MUQ and FRIJOLES are braindead riff raff and born fanatics. Both are wallowing like pigs in the same filthy sewer but the Jew is a homo and a sham ph.d. holder in "science", while the Muslim is a sham engineer and a heterosexual. Imagine if both of them are locked in a room - it would be interesting to record how they bare their bigoted fangs arguing whether torah or quran is the true scripture when actually both books are mumbo jumbo aimed at retards and substandard humans. LOL."

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#56011 Jul 19, 2013
MUQ wrote:
What citations? Do you not read news papers? May be in "your" papers, they hide such news.
So where's the citation from your end? Surely, if this really happened, you have a link to an article about it, do you not? Until then, it's just unverified chit chat - something you are very good at.
MUQ wrote:
What is this "law against Burqas" in most European countries? Why do they not give the "choice" to women to dress any way they like?
It is you people who in West beat your drum loudest in support of Freedom of Choice, why it gets changed in the matter of Muslim women?
First of all, I see women in the U.S. wearing burqas all the time. I cannot speak for Europe as I don't live there. However, it is my understanding that laws that do partially ban burqas and hijabs were passed as a reaction to incidents whereby your fanatical comrades decided to strap bombs on women and hide them underneath their Burqas. Hence, laws were passed to make it harder to do that. You can blame your fellow jihadists for that, not "The West". If your people played nice and stopped intentionally trying to harm civilians, maybe they wouldn't have to put restrictions on them.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#56012 Jul 19, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
There is no law against Burqas in the US. I even have women in my neighborhood who wear them.
We do have some restrictions in certain states against wearing a veil during Driver License photos (for obvious reasons) but those laws are equally appropriate for men and nonIslamists - should any be interested.
A fellow in Austria has taken this to a new extreme.

And for the record, I think this is an extremely childish way to make a point.

http://www.venganza.org/2011/07/austrian-cola...

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#56013 Jul 19, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
They seem to have shows for everything these days so it would not suprise me.
MTV is not iconic of the youth culture. It wants to be. But it isnt.
'Hip' science revs kids' engines

WASHINGTON — With chanting, break dancing, sideways baseball hats and a young actor playing scientist Isaac Newton, Honeywell International and NASA are telling middle-school students it's cool to study science...

http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/science/2...

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#56014 Jul 19, 2013
In France, burqa, cross, turban and other religious symbols are banned not because of Muslim women hiding bombs under a burqa but because the French government, in typical secular fashion, wanted to phase out overt display of religious symbols in public.
Voluntarist

United States

#56015 Jul 19, 2013
Eric wrote:
<quoted text>
wouldn't it be incongruous to find scientists on a music channel?
You can, however, buy nobel prize winner trading cards.
I wouldn't call it a music channel anymore.
Voluntarist

United States

#56016 Jul 19, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Libertarian.
And even if it isnt, my comment still stands. Its hard to take your momentary hankering for science seriously considering 80% of the conversations we have here are about you defying science.
What you speak of is not science its global warming cultist behavior.

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#56017 Jul 19, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
I wouldn't call it a music channel anymore.
I can't remember the last time MTV played a music video. Perhaps some time in the late 80's.
Voluntarist

United States

#56018 Jul 19, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Was Trayvon Martin in school, or walking around outside?
Do the children who attend our local public science schools wear their uniforms during the after hours? If you saw one of them wearing a hoodie after school, would you shoot at him as well?
men·tal·i·ty /men&#712;talit&#275;/
Noun: 1. The characteristic attitude of mind or way of thinking
of a person or group

All you are referring to is clothing and race and I am talking of a mentality.

The thug like mentality is glorified to todays youth through movies and music.
If you prance around talking about shooting up people and defiance to anything good then you have your troubles ahead.
So you still didn't answer the question, do you dress like a thug when you meet your clients?

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#56019 Jul 19, 2013
It's cool to study science and math if one wishes to probe the secrets of energy/matter in an inferential and an objective way. If one wishes to study sentience, then crass materialistic science and math are useless tools of investigation.
Voluntarist

United States

#56021 Jul 19, 2013
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Was Trayvon Martin in school, or walking around outside?
Do the children who attend our local public science schools wear their uniforms during the after hours? If you saw one of them wearing a hoodie after school, would you shoot at him as well?
Why are you concentrating just on a hoodie?
in self defense I would be justified if I felt my life in danger, would a cop do the same?

Why do you think msnbc doctored the 911 tape?
Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56022 Jul 19, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
It's cool to study science and math if one wishes to probe the secrets of energy/matter in an inferential and an objective way. If one wishes to study sentience, then crass materialistic science and math are useless tools of investigation.
That's why you keep on asking science and math questions. And, why you are seeking admission to a science and math institution.

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#56023 Jul 19, 2013
Eric wrote:
<quoted text>

That's why you keep on asking science and math questions. And, why you are seeking admission to a science and math institution.
I am seeking admission to a reputed scientific research institution to keep myself busy, to divert my mind from the serious damage brought about by that sorcerer and to test certain out-of-the-box ideas that if successful would pave the way for greater progress of the human race and provide better understanding of the mind-matter matrix. I will be using yogic insights and then attempt to quantify them as far as possible in devising the novel experiments...
Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56024 Jul 19, 2013
Voluntarist wrote:
<quoted text>
Why are you concentrating just on a hoodie?
in self defense I would be justified if I felt my life in danger, would a cop do the same?
Why do you think msnbc doctored the 911 tape?
Common Law self defense: a person is justified in using deadly force if:
1. The actor is not the aggressor
2. The actor reasonably believes that such force is necessary to repel the imminent use of unlawful deadly force by another person.
Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56025 Jul 19, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
I am seeking admission to a reputed scientific research institution to keep myself busy, to divert my mind from the serious damage brought about by that sorcerer and to test certain out-of-the-box ideas that if successful would pave the way for greater progress of the human race and provide better understanding of the mind-matter matrix. I will be using yogic insights and then attempt to quantify them as far as possible in devising the novel experiments...
Why don't you seek admission to an institution that concentrates on philosophy? Then there wouldn't be crass science and math.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#56026 Jul 19, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
It's cool to study science and math if one wishes to probe the secrets of energy/matter in an inferential and an objective way. If one wishes to study sentience, then crass materialistic science and math are useless tools of investigation.
Why do you keep "study" math and science,(the latter you always complained about it) when you can get the (absolute) knowledge by rising your consciousness up to know the secrets of energy/matter?

Years and years talking about yoga and how to get knowledge from it, to then turn out to study math and science in books. LOL
Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56027 Jul 19, 2013
STEFANO COLONNA wrote:
<quoted text>
Why do you keep "study" math and science,(the latter you always complained about it) when you can get the (absolute) knowledge by rising your consciousness up to know the secrets of energy/matter?
Years and years talking about yoga and how to get knowledge from it, to then turn out to study math and science in books. LOL
Right on!

Since: May 13

Location hidden

#56028 Jul 19, 2013
Eric wrote:
<quoted text>

Right on!
No child.

I am trying to bring down into the realm of gross matter the deep insights of the mind-matter matrix via gained via yogic experiences in higher states of consciousness.

This is why I am keen on conducting research at an institute of advanced scientific learning to test certain novel ideas like say the vibrometer using material means that seeks to generate in matter vibrations of higher ranges of conscient-energy that could if engineered successfully through a suitable physical device revive dead nerves/dead tissues/corpses and can also contribute to agriculture in a big way without too much reliance on chemical inputs or it could do away with chemical inputs completely. Another novel idea that I have in mind is the extraction/tapping of the geo-electricity from the deeper layers of the earth using an clever device that if successful will provide free and clean energy to people so long as the earth's core remains intact and a few more exciting ideas like mind reading machines, dream-recording machines, etc....
Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56029 Jul 19, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
No child.
I am trying to bring down into the realm of gross matter the deep insights of the mind-matter matrix via gained via yogic experiences in higher states of consciousness.
This is why I am keen on conducting research at an institute of advanced scientific learning to test certain novel ideas like say the vibrometer using material means that seeks to generate in matter vibrations of higher ranges of conscient-energy that could if engineered successfully through a suitable physical device revive dead nerves/dead tissues/corpses and can also contribute to agriculture in a big way without too much reliance on chemical inputs or it could do away with chemical inputs completely. Another novel idea that I have in mind is the extraction/tapping of the geo-electricity from the deeper layers of the earth using an clever device that if successful will provide free and clean energy to people so long as the earth's core remains intact and a few more exciting ideas like mind reading machines, dream-recording machines, etc....
i.e., junk science
Eric

Downers Grove, IL

#56030 Jul 19, 2013
JOEL THUMBS UP wrote:
<quoted text>
No child.
I am trying to bring down into the realm of gross matter the deep insights of the mind-matter matrix via gained via yogic experiences in higher states of consciousness.
This is why I am keen on conducting research at an institute of advanced scientific learning to test certain novel ideas like say the vibrometer using material means that seeks to generate in matter vibrations of higher ranges of conscient-energy that could if engineered successfully through a suitable physical device revive dead nerves/dead tissues/corpses and can also contribute to agriculture in a big way without too much reliance on chemical inputs or it could do away with chemical inputs completely. Another novel idea that I have in mind is the extraction/tapping of the geo-electricity from the deeper layers of the earth using an clever device that if successful will provide free and clean energy to people so long as the earth's core remains intact and a few more exciting ideas like mind reading machines, dream-recording machines, etc....
quack, quack, quack

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