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    These sorts of absurd prognostications only help...

    These sorts of absurd prognostications only help to hurt the boy in the long run; yes, Barnett has an IQ of 170, which is extremely high and has aloud him to learn a great deal of material rather...
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    He seems talented in distilling creative ideas,...

    He seems talented in distilling creative ideas, but lacks the intelligence to use that talent effectively. Although it's too early to infer, his posts seem to hold an "idiot savant" like complex.
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    And infinitely more important why have you chosen...

    And infinitely more important why have you chosen that username? And don't you think you come off as offensive to religious folks?
  4. Thread: Occupations

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    I would say, on average, neurosurgery or...

    I would say, on average, neurosurgery or orthopedic spine surgery is the most demanding career. Mathematics and physics are certainly among the highest in academia. Obviously, these are general...
  5. The American Civil War and Current Problems

    After the American Civil War, three vices emerged that I believe still plague our nation today, they are as follows:

    1. Wastefulness of our natural resources has increased significantly.

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    If you expect me to do anything, you will need to...

    If you expect me to do anything, you will need to be able to articulate what you're saying effectively. Thus far all you've produced bombastic pseudo-rationalistic gobbledygook. Thankfully, that's...
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    A family would be among the farthest things from...

    A family would be among the farthest things from an egalitarian, communist society one can contemplate; it is usually a totalitarian group led by the parents. Besides that, the remainder of your post...
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    An egalitarianism, communist society is every bit...

    An egalitarianism, communist society is every bit as dangerous an ideology as racial superiority in the Nazi regime. Furthermore, religion is a person's personal philosophy and has no bearing on...
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    Many have argued that the reason Arabian...

    Many have argued that the reason Arabian societies tend to be less technologically advanced than Christian nations is because their religion is less open to scientific inquiry than Christianity,...
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    "No man can deny the fact that Jesus existed, nor...

    "No man can deny the fact that Jesus existed, nor that his sayings are beautiful. Even if some them have been said before, no one has expressed them so divinely as he."

    --Albert Einstein
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    It's interesting to note that many of the finest...

    It's interesting to note that many of the finest educational institutions, at least historically were founded by religious groups, however. For example, Georgetown University by the Jesuits. A cousin...
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    What are some better books on Newtonian...

    What are some better books on Newtonian mechanics? By the way were you feeling generous to Michio Kaku?
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    New England is the best educated area in the...

    New England is the best educated area in the nation because of the influence brought on by the Puritans who first sailed there in 1630. You'll note that the Puritans founded the idea of having...
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    I have taken both courses in quantum mechanics...

    I have taken both courses in quantum mechanics and calculus in highschool and I can assure you that the topics discussed (the quantum wave function, derivatives, integrals, limits, and the like) are...
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    I think the blame is dilettantism; for many that...

    I think the blame is dilettantism; for many that post on these boards education in the natural sciences is a desultory hobby. Although I don't think it is fair to blame those that don't want to learn...
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    The group was limited not to people of Semitic...

    The group was limited not to people of Semitic ancestory but of Jewish ancestory, and thus other Semitic groups such as Armenians and Chaldeans were excluded. I also wouldn't consider figures such as...
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    Top 100 Most Influential Jews to Ever Live

    I'm personally Chaldean, but I thought this list my interest some as Einstein was listed at number three. The top five were the following:

    1. Moses
    2. Jesus of Nazareth
    3. Albert Einstein
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    Also, when a person makes recommendations for...

    Also, when a person makes recommendations for what type of research should be funded, as you have in the past, what exactly is one funding in terms of mathematics? Because mathematics only seems to...
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    Research Mathematicians

    How do two or more mathematicians work together in terms of mathematical research? Do they start off with a basis of research and each add onto each others musings until they have something worth...
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    Sphere Packing Problem and Chemistry

    EDIT: Solved on another forum.
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    You're "bemused by my attempt at trying to sound...

    You're "bemused by my attempt at trying to sound authoritative?" All I did was ask a simple question because I thought you said something you apparently didn't. I really don't know what your problem...
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    And why exactly are you so angry?

    And why exactly are you so angry?
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    You're saying that the proof for the Riemann...

    You're saying that the proof for the Riemann Hypothesis will far exceed the complexity of that of Fermat's Last Theorem? That's difficult to imagine.
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    Anyway, if you don't like philosophy than ignore...

    Anyway, if you don't like philosophy than ignore my posts when I write about it and we'll agree to disagree; I don't post here often anyhow.
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    No, but thanks for pretending not to jump on the...

    No, but thanks for pretending not to jump on the bandwagon.
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