Debate:Another of Jim's essays (Is RW really rational?)

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It's already tomorrow and I'm not by mistake here but to recover the text eaten by voacious internet gremlins (according to Maratrean) and according to me by the orange kitten (or am I allowd to use word "pussy" and it won't be considered to be sexist insult? Whatever the case I'm here to kick some butts who don't know what's going on in science and believe that it is on their side as I believed about RW not long time ago before the f...ing cat ate my composition.

Having said that I'dlike to say also that to trust the science 100% one has to know 100% how science works, and not believe in superstitious expansions of space or the universe, which in this case is the same, and which I hope will be soon dispersed with the help of greate brains of our times like e.g. Carl Sagan, a regular atheist, if someone doesn't know by now.

Carl was a great astronomer who the same as one JimJast, didn't believe in the Big Bang considering it creationist's fairy tale (I've seen him on TV telling that and since then I confirmed his opinion scientifically. I intend to spread this knowledge among the atheists in RW and all those theists who want to follow the path of truth towards the light and knowledge. But I have to warn you, it's a long way, and tiresome, requiring not only an intellectual effort but also guessing what Jim is saying in his language not vey similar to standard English (or rather Emerkan). But worth doing it as you will see at the end being able to tell your peers how both, special and general relativities work and become instant celebrity among them, as the only person among even physics professors and astrophysicists knowing how those relativities really work.

The story starts with a few facts discovered by the discoverer of theory of gravitation. That's why I kept saying that it is so important to understand gravitation to understand the science and the world. Without understanding what we know is only what we think we know which has no value, besides also being all wrong: Carl was right: there is no expansion of space, Virginia. It all came from creationists imagination and their desire to support God. By all means available and with disregards for truth and honesty.

Supporting facts:

  1. Expansion is not observed and what is observed is only so called "cosmological redshift". Do you know what "cosmological redshift" mean, girl? Do you know why? And how it was used to fool atheists into believing in the Big Bang?
  2. Energy can't be created. Do you know it too, girl? How do we know that?
  3. If energy can't be created even in negligible amounts, the spacetime has to be "flat"; Why girl? And what Kind Master Wheeler (KMW for short) was telling us?

Let call those questions the control questions and after all the interested people including Virginia respond I suspend the lectures and write continuation of this lectures down to protect them from voracious goblins and equally voracious orange kitten that comes here from the attic, from time to time and informs me that I'm not logged. Log yourself, pussy. JimJast (talk) 06:34, 24 April 2011 (UTC)

NO[edit]

Because we allow cranks to keep making postings on their crazy theories. DamoHi 07:12, 24 April 2011 (UTC)

Anyone know how WP got this eejit to Fuck Off? --Scream!! (talk) 08:29, 24 April 2011 (UTC)
WP has rules. -- Nx / talk 09:10, 24 April 2011 (UTC)

Goat[edit]

  • I was hoping this debate would actually relate to its title. ~ Kupochama[1][2] 08:13, 24 April 2011 (UTC)
  • This is like the essay which "disproved evolution" or some such thing where the title had almost nothing to do with the content.--BobSpring is sprung! 08:54, 24 April 2011 (UTC)