“”In science, most of the time the answer is: I don't know.
I am chief of Big Pharma who is secretly a reptile alien. I am an evil liberal, evilutionist and atheist.
Me and my vaccines will cause autism in all the poor kids which is somehow by anti-vaxxer logic worse than dying a slow, painful death by an easily-preventable disease.
Resistance is futile. With all seriousness, if you are bored use the task generator.
I help fix this wiki accessibility issues. Talk about accessibility issues on my talk page. I am a volunteer Tech, ninja and sysop on this wiki.
- Priority: accessibility section
- George Galloway debates Jim Allister on Israel/Gaza War - BBC Radio Ulster - 13th August 2014
- Ferguson effect
- User:ClickerClock/Science is beautiful
- Fix templates
- Check contrast, cure the curse of table-based layout
- Perform accessibility fixes on gold, silver, bronze articles
- Add alt text, summarize wall of text, shove wall of text to own article if really long
- Check Rationalwiki against this.
- Suicide: add more suicide prevention links, details on suicide prevention, suicide contagion
Pages I use
- Recent Changes: but with all the patrolled edits hidden
- Category:Hidden categories
- mw:Extension:ContentTranslation: so we have more multilingual articles
- a decent smiley gadget with: all smileys, with filtering, custom tagging, and hiding certain smileys.
- mw:Extension:BiblioPlus: references
- metawikipedia:Gadgets/autocomplete: makes typing out links more convenient
- metawikipedia:Gadgets/Rechtschreibpruefung: spellcheck
- mw:User:Remember the dot/Syntax highlighter: makes editing articles less confusing
Research Log 00099: Arrived on earth. I have discovered that Earth is a sadistic, evil, xenophobic and intolerant hellhole. Must escape as soon as possible.
Research Log 18237: Appears to have infected myself with autism while doing experiments with vaccines on babies. Oops. Wait, what was my friend's name again?
Research Log 22888: Creates an imaginary world with characters... Am I regretting the whole vaccines thing? NAH!
Research Log 32838: Herd Immunity turns (mostly) everyone on earth into zombies.
Research Log 39026: Surviving humans take over another planet.
Research Log 40293: Humans pledge not be assholes.
Research Log 41283: Pledge is broken. Planet also turns into xenophobic hell cause HUMANS.
Research Log 45772: Planet is renamed Earth 2.0 and no one on earth notices the difference.
Research Log 52302: Still the master chief of Big Pharma. YES.
Research Log 56729: Still struck on the wrong planet. :(
Stuff I did
Not telling you all of them… Evil has secrets.
- I joined in the quest of getting Rationalwiki get updated.
- I written a fake website mocking Anti Vaxxers.
- I caused most and fixed some of Rationalwiki's technical issues.
- I created the Awesome Award Template.
- I made the Long quote template.
A selection of quotes using my
“The next time you're tempted to praise an idea, a movement, or yet another photo-sharing app as "revolutionary"... remember how actual revolutions usually turn out. […]
Now, Syria's a bloodbath. Egypt's torturing activists. Libya's descended into civil war. The only success story was Tunisia – the country who started the whole Arab Spring – with their new constitution, new elected president, and a commission to address the previous regime's crimes. But even then, Tunisia is now under threat by ISIS, the terrorist group which grew out of the chaos of post-Spring Syria. (and post-US Iraq)
Most revolutions fail. Even when they succeed, they can still fail – like with Egypt's case of “meet the new boss, same as the old boss”. And if homegrown revolutions are bad, implanted revolutions are even worse – like when America tried to “export democracy” to Vietnam and Iraq. Even the most romanticized revolution, the French Revolution, was extremely bloody – not just for aristocrats, for everyone – and accomplished nothing that the nonviolent Enlightenment couldn't. […]And finally, if "revolution" doesn't work, what can we do instead to change the world?
—Nicky Case, Evolution, Not Revolution❧
“I think that to antifas and the people who gravitate towards them, the entirety of liberalism has a colossal missing mood. There are Nazis and white supremacists holding rallies and chanting in favor of unthinkable, colossal atrocities. Lots of people sympathize with them. Shouldn’t we be terrified? Shouldn’t we be angry? Shouldn’t we be desperate? Whatever you think of the merits of smashing unarmed Trump supporters in the head with metal bike locks and then running away, the proponents of doing so are vocally and demonstrably angry and terrified and desperate, and if the thing you’re looking for is people who are angry and terrified and desperate then you find them. And if all of the people who seem to grasp the magnitude of the threat are saying sickening street violence is the way to fix it -
- and all of the people observing that that doesn’t fix it, that it makes it worse, that our institutions suffice and have sufficed and that there are better avenues of resistance should they fail, seem to be insufficiently desperate and angry and frightened -
- then people believe the antifas, even though antifas constantly give incoherent or conflicting accounts of how their methods are supposed to help and threaten and alienate their allies and spend a lot of their time threatening to kill gay Jews on the internet because we disagree with them about how to fight fascists.
And to people who are not sympathetic to antifa, it seems obvious that they have a gaping missing mood: compassion, or concern, or awareness of collateral damage. And if you know anything about violent resistance, indifference to or denial about collateral damage is the most chilling blind spot imaginable.So both sides perceive missing moods, and it damages trust, and even though we both want to prevent the rise of fascism there’s basically no confidence that the other side actually wants to prevent the rise of fascism, and most efforts I’ve had to bridge that divide have sort of run aground on ‘I don’t think your evidence is very good and you don’t think my evidence is very good’, and so it’s really hard to fix.❧
“But it is not enough for me to stand before you tonight and condemn riots. It would be morally irresponsible for me to do that without, at the same time, condemning the contingent, intolerable conditions that exist in our society. These conditions are the things that cause individuals to feel that they have no other alternative than to engage in violent rebellions to get attention. And I must say tonight that a riot is the language of the unheard. And what is it America has failed to hear?...It has failed to hear that the promises of freedom and justice have not been met. And it has failed to hear that large segments of white society are more concerned about tranquility and the status quo than about justice and humanity.❧