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Old January 28th 06, 04:45 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Default Challenging Silouen

nightbat wrote:

nightbat wrote

Lomie wrote:

"Double-A" wrote in message
ups.com...

nightbat wrote:
nightbat wrote

mariposas rand mair fheal greykitten tomys des anges wrote:

In article , nightbat


wrote:

nightbat wrote

"Charles D. Bohne" wrote:

On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 18:35:05 -0800, mariposas rand mair fheal

greykitten
tomys des anges wrote:

cthulhu fhtagn

hey doofus
youre channeling h p lovecraft again

Officer Bohne
Nope - it's the MASTER himslf

http://www.emf.net/~estephen/cthulhu.gif

nightbat

Holy cotton candy that does look a like like the reported

giant
Jelly Fish only without the human body part. Wow! heaven help us all

if
more of those creatures keep coming up from the depths to devour all

the
humans. Good-bye Red Lobster, good-bye chips and fish fast food

joints,
the fisherman will be lucky to escape with their lives should they

catch
one of those mega monsters. The Earth planetary end must be so near

and
excellent report and science link Officer Bohne.

carry on,
the nightbat


now youre channeling the three stooges

arf meow arf - nsa fodder
al qaeda terrorism nuclear bomb iran taliban big brother
if you meet buddha on the usenet killfile him

nightbat

We science Team Members here at alt.astronomy do not channel


Except for Bert.


and
that subject is left to our beautiful meta Officer specialist in charge
Officer Dolly Bee for interpretation. Auk cross posters beware please
keep your silly drama on your side and we will keep our science
profoundness on ours, ok?

Channeling clarified,
the nightbat

Don't arf killfile Buddha if you net find him just stowfile him it
sounds so much less hostel better, peace, rub his belly for luck.


The real Buddha didn't have a belly. He was fit and trim.

http://www.duke.edu/~asf6/buddha.jpg

Double-A


And cared as much or more for his people than anyone else in Earthian
history!

Hey, Double-A.
In a rush, sos I wanted to let you know that I haven't checked your G-math
post yet.
Well, math isn't one of my stronger strengths, but you look like you're real
good at it.

So you might want to dig deeper into the "gravitational constant".
Is it a constant? or a fudge factor.
And if it's a fudge factor, what's it fudging for?
Stuff like that.
Now I Really gotta go, so see ya!

Lomie


nightbat

The field fudge factors in the human mind because to a certain
extent it does always appear to be a constant except for special cases.


Only to a raving pseudoscientific saucerhead.

Stay well Lomie look out for my Sil and please tell her for me she has a
wonderful little sister.

keep it cool,
the nightbat


--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Saucerheads in alt.astronomy
Co-Winner, alt.(f)lame Worst Flame War, December 2005

"Causation of gravity is missing frame field always attempting
renormalization back to base memory of equalized uniform momentum."
-- nightbat the saucerhead-in-chief

"Have patience. First I shall deal with the State of Oregon
and County of Josephine, Then the AFAB, government/media
disinformation Agents with whom you conspire to libel me and my
family. Your time will come."
-- Raymond Ronald Karczewski©, usenet "christ"

"Classic unsubstantiated and erroneous claim, and rather ironic, coming from
someone who obviously has no understanding of what a signature is. Tell me,
Haslam, do you sign your checks as 'Can't you show a little restraint?'"
-- David Tholen, Clueless Newbie of the Month, February 2003
  #482  
Old January 28th 06, 04:49 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks,alt.religion.kibology
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Default Challenging Silouen

Double-A wrote:

Lomie wrote:
"Double-A" wrote in message
ups.com...

nightbat wrote:
nightbat wrote

mariposas rand mair fheal greykitten tomys des anges wrote:

In article , nightbat


wrote:

nightbat wrote

"Charles D. Bohne" wrote:

On Thu, 19 Jan 2006 18:35:05 -0800, mariposas rand mair fheal

greykitten
tomys des anges wrote:

cthulhu fhtagn

hey doofus
youre channeling h p lovecraft again

Officer Bohne
Nope - it's the MASTER himslf

http://www.emf.net/~estephen/cthulhu.gif

nightbat

Holy cotton candy that does look a like like the reported

giant
Jelly Fish only without the human body part. Wow! heaven help us all

if
more of those creatures keep coming up from the depths to devour all

the
humans. Good-bye Red Lobster, good-bye chips and fish fast food

joints,
the fisherman will be lucky to escape with their lives should they

catch
one of those mega monsters. The Earth planetary end must be so near

and
excellent report and science link Officer Bohne.

carry on,
the nightbat


now youre channeling the three stooges

arf meow arf - nsa fodder
al qaeda terrorism nuclear bomb iran taliban big brother
if you meet buddha on the usenet killfile him

nightbat

We science Team Members here at alt.astronomy do not channel


Except for Bert.


and
that subject is left to our beautiful meta Officer specialist in charge
Officer Dolly Bee for interpretation. Auk cross posters beware please
keep your silly drama on your side and we will keep our science
profoundness on ours, ok?

Channeling clarified,
the nightbat

Don't arf killfile Buddha if you net find him just stowfile him it
sounds so much less hostel better, peace, rub his belly for luck.


The real Buddha didn't have a belly. He was fit and trim.

http://www.duke.edu/~asf6/buddha.jpg

Double-A


And cared as much or more for his people than anyone else in Earthian
history!

Hey, Double-A.
In a rush, sos I wanted to let you know that I haven't checked your G-math
post yet.
Well, math isn't one of my stronger strengths, but you look like you're real
good at it.

So you might want to dig deeper into the "gravitational constant".
Is it a constant? or a fudge factor.
And if it's a fudge factor, what's it fudging for?
Stuff like that.
Now I Really gotta go, so see ya!

Lomie


Hi Lomie,

In a sense G is a fudge factor. The gravitational constant was stuck
in by Newton to make his equation of gravity jibe with his equation of
motion F=ma. It also implies the giant assumption that gravity is a
force.


BZZZZZZT try again, saucerhead.

The constant is a different number if you compute in metric
units than if you compute in English system units.


Irrelevant.

My idea is that gravity may not be so simple as to merely follow the
1/x^2 relationship. It might be better described using an equation
with more terms.


You can put in 50 terms if you like. Fortunately engineers when
designing bridges and buildings correctly use only one term.

Even though I majored in math, regrettably I have forgotten much of it
over the years. Fortunately there are now lots of good tutorials
online for anyone who wants to brush up on what they've forgotten, or
what they never quite got while being rushed through the educational
system.

I'm glad you at least noticed my equation. I thought it had been
completely ignored.


When do you submit your paper for publication?

Have a good voyage!

Double-A


--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Saucerheads in alt.astronomy
Co-Winner, alt.(f)lame Worst Flame War, December 2005

"Causation of gravity is missing frame field always attempting
renormalization back to base memory of equalized uniform momentum."
-- nightbat the saucerhead-in-chief

"Have patience. First I shall deal with the State of Oregon
and County of Josephine, Then the AFAB, government/media
disinformation Agents with whom you conspire to libel me and my
family. Your time will come."
-- Raymond Ronald Karczewski©, usenet "christ"

"Classic unsubstantiated and erroneous claim, and rather ironic, coming from
someone who obviously has no understanding of what a signature is. Tell me,
Haslam, do you sign your checks as 'Can't you show a little restraint?'"
-- David Tholen, Clueless Newbie of the Month, February 2003
  #483  
Old January 29th 06, 05:52 PM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.usenet.kooks
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Lomie wrote:

"nightbat" wrote in message
...
nightbat wrote

Lomie wrote:

"Honest John" wrote in message
...

"LUMMOX" wrote in message

hee hee

IDIOT !!



Honestly, Honest John, why do you have to seem so mean spirited?
You could be So much nicer.
You've already proved that.

Would it help if I told you you're one of the more interesting posters

to
alt.astronomy?
Well, you are, and again I can see this in your posts.

I suppose if you really want to appear like this, all mean and nasty and

all
to other posters, that's okay with me.
But I know you're capable of So much more nice behavior.

I know I said some things before that may have seemed mean and nasty.
But it was all in fun, honest!
And yet, maybe an apology would help in this situation.

So Honest John, I want you to know that if I ever said or did Anything

to
hurt your feelings or to make you feel so bad that you feel you must
constantly call me names, then I want you to know that Deep down, from

the
bottom of my heart

FRANKLY, MY DEAR, I DON'T GIVE A DAMN !

Oh! almost forgot::: " hee hee "

WHEW !
Thank you, H.J., I needed that.

Lummox

P.S.: So anyways, this'll be my last post for awhile.
I just got a signal from Silouen, and she's having some problems with

the
Polarians.
And she wants me to come and help.
I mean, she wants ME to come.
You believe that?
It's the first time ever!
It's always Sil helping Lomie, not the other way around, you know?
And now she's asking for My help.

So, I gotta go and see if I can help her.
Meanwhile, let's see who's in charge of the sector while I'm gone.
Oh no way!
Shut UP!
The next ranking one is human, remember Kiyo?
Oh yeah, I see where she's been in charge before.
Okay cool.
Kiyo's very reserved and quiet, but she'd probably respond to any

question
directed to her.
I gotta go, so signing off now.

Guess I'm "Gone With the Wind". G

Lomie


nightbat

Wait Lomie take me with you I can help! Oh the humanity, my love
and now Lomie in trouble, no, no. And now Kiyo, what the heck, alright
if that's the way it's got to be, stay save Lomie, don't forget to
write.

on alert,
the nightbat


I wish I could take you with me, The Nightbat, I wish I could!
Try not to worry, and take care of all these astronomers for me, okay?


Astronomers? Hahahahahahahahaha

Darla sends her love, BTW, and Pere, yes Pere(!) sent greetings to you as
well.
Sil says not to worry because it's probably nothing Sirius. hee heee
"Don't forget to write?" now That's cute. G

Lomie


Our panelists will now vote on which Darla sock will show up next:

--
Official Associate AFA-B Vote Rustler
Official Overseer of Kooks and Saucerheads in alt.astronomy
Co-Winner, alt.(f)lame Worst Flame War, December 2005

"Causation of gravity is missing frame field always attempting
renormalization back to base memory of equalized uniform momentum."
-- nightbat the saucerhead-in-chief

"Have patience. First I shall deal with the State of Oregon
and County of Josephine, Then the AFAB, government/media
disinformation Agents with whom you conspire to libel me and my
family. Your time will come."
-- Raymond Ronald Karczewski©, usenet "christ"

"Classic unsubstantiated and erroneous claim, and rather ironic, coming from
someone who obviously has no understanding of what a signature is. Tell me,
Haslam, do you sign your checks as 'Can't you show a little restraint?'"
-- David Tholen, Clueless Newbie of the Month, February 2003
  #484  
Old June 23rd 06, 05:10 AM posted to alt.astronomy,alt.fan.art-bell,alt.religion.kibology
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Mark Edwards wrote:
[snip EVERYTHING!]


snipped the References, which you didn't snip, and snipped a.u.k out of the
crossposted groups, as I think that's where these kooks are coming from. O
how the mighty newsgroups have fallen if a.u.k is now
alt.flame.kooks.mutual.foreverandever.amen .

Aaah! The sweet sound of Usenet silence.


I opened up ARK and there were more than 300 posts of kookslime in this
thread. Slimy slimes sliming other slimes with slime between their teeth.

Okay, you can all go back to your bickering again.


But NOT HERE. I don't LIKE having to go down 300 posts in a thread to find
the ten or so that are from actual ARKites, and I ain't turnin' on no
scorefile thingy NOHOW, that's way too much work.

Dave
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