A Veritable Monument to Bad Writing (Part II)


Read Part I, here.


Bottom Line: The bad writing dude in the post linked above, tried to outdo himself in a succeeding post!  (here


Some very good valid points Rhys. Let me start with your very first sentence and paragraph.

In my recent studies and examinations of Quantum Mechanics/Physics, paradoxes are to varying degrees embraced; embraced by opposing theories, if that makes sense. Take for instance time travel. Einstein proved (in theory) that it absolutely is possible or exists. However, the application of it is yet to be done by anyone. Therefore, opposing or incongruent theories of time travel are (highly?) plausible. But…

…in the case of religion, as xPrae himself stated:

The teachings and the doctrine have changed very little over the millennia.

Score a few points for xPrae, but not too many… from strictly a general “Christian” Scriptural exegesis POV, he is correct. Canonical scripture hasn’t changed since 325 CE at Nicene, and so by default the theology, doctrines, and practices shouldn’t either, correct? No, not at all. There are now approximately 30,000+ denominations of “Christianity” — granted some similiar or near identical — but there certainly isn’t ONE church, or one bible for that matter. Therefore, from a purely exegetical POV, xPrae is semi-correct in his above statement… though don’t lift the veil(s)!😉

Rhys, regarding the human brain and its cognitive abilities, I did a post within a series of 6 or 7 total posts about that very subject, and just how incredibly gullible the brain actually is when it comes to ‘processing’ various neural-receptions and stimuli. Utterly fascinating stuff those fields of science are discovering and proving. Truly, our ‘evolved intelligence’ still has a VERY long way to go primarily because we STILL have so much difficulty getting outside ourselves (our relative subjective experiences), outside our immediate environments, and defintiely outside our own familial, regional, national, and continental paradigms! Hahaha.


Hahaha! I agree with the redoubtable Professor.  He’s pretty funny!

Oh, okay, fine! I can’t resist the temptation to comment. Here “Professor Taboo’s” post again, with some of my own comments, [inline, in square brackets, and red font]


Some very good valid points Rhys. Let me start with your very first sentence and paragraph. [and the ride begins!]

In my recent studies and examinations of Quantum Mechanics/Physics [Whoa! This guy really likes to start things out with a quick tribute to his own vast intelligence!], paradoxes are to varying degrees embraced; embraced by opposing theories, if that makes sense. [Well, no, not really. Nope. That makes no sense whatsoever.] Take for instance time travel. Einstein proved (in theory) that it absolutely is possible or exists. However, the application of it is yet to be done by anyone. Therefore, opposing or incongruent theories of time travel are (highly?) plausible. But… [Ah! That certainly clears it all up! Said no one, who ever read it…]

…in the case of religion, as xPrae himself stated:

The teachings and the doctrine have changed very little over the millennia.

Score a few points for xPrae, but not too many… [Darn! I was hoping for a lot  of points! Must’ve been the Russian judge who torpedoed me!] from strictly a general “Christian” Scriptural exegesis POV, he is correct. [Well, that’s the POV I was writing from! And I did it PDQ, on my HP, using an SDK from WPI while at my desk at the DMV, in DC capital of the US of A!] Canonical scripture hasn’t changed since 325 CE at Nicene, and so by default the theology, doctrines, and practices shouldn’t either, correct? [Good gravy! No one ever has different interpretations of the same text over the millennia, do they?!?] No, not at all. [No, not at all.] There are now approximately 30,000+ denominations of “Christianity” — granted some similiar or near identical — but there certainly isn’t ONE church, or one bible for that matter. [Welllll, that sure disproves God! … Not!] Therefore, from a purely exegetical POV, xPrae is semi-correct in his above statement… though don’t lift the veil(s)!😉[Darn! I was so hoping to lift those veils! They get in the way of eating sardines.]

Rhys, regarding the human brain and its cognitive abilities, I did a post within a series of 6 or 7 total posts about that very subject, and just how incredibly gullible the brain actually is when it comes to ‘processing’ various neural-receptions and stimuli.[Well, I guess that does it for our side! Time to toss in the towel. Someone calling himself “Professor Taboo” did a post within a series of 6 or 7 total posts that proved how gullible we are! Darn! And I thought we had it pretty well buttoned up!]  Utterly fascinating stuff those fields of science are discovering and proving. [Oops! No scientist would ever pretend that science has proven anything! The fake scientist reveals himself in this little snippet alone.] Truly, our ‘evolved intelligence’ still has a VERY long way to go primarily because we STILL have so much difficulty getting outside ourselves [I have to admit, I’ve been inside myself for a considerable amount of time. Frankly it’s kinda comfy, and since I’m 6’4″ tall, and nearly 300 pounds, it’s kinda roomy. I can stretch out in me.] (our relative subjective experiences), [Ooooohhhh… that’s  what he meant! * blush! * ] outside our immediate environments, [Now, I’m confused again. I thought I had a handle on this “getting outside myself” thing, but I guess not. I do spend a lot of time — a whole lot of time! — outside my immediate environment, if that means “traveling.”] and defintiely outside our own familial, regional, national, and continental paradigms! Hahaha. [Hahaha!  He may have a point. There I was loitering around my old, familiar, familial, regional, national, and continental paradigms, and not gettin’ the heck out of ’em! I feel so guilty!

I’m guessing (but only guessing, mind you — who could really say he understands that glop?!?) that this dude could have summed all that up with something like, “people don’t often step outside their comfort zones.” To which I’d respond simply: “How on earth could you possibly know what I’ve thought and not thought, where I’ve been and not been, you big doofus?!? Answer: you couldn’t, so put a lid on all that crap and argue to the point.” 🙂 ]


 

— xPraetorius

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