FE predict these: questions to Narcy

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FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« on: August 09, 2008, 03:15:20 PM »
I keep hearing about FE's predictive capabilities. I sure would like to see that. Please predict any one of these things.
1) If I let a drop of water fall into the Pacific Ocean exactly halfway between the centers of L.A. and Honolulu, where will it be in exactly 3 months?
2) If I boil water at four corners (where the US states Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona meet) when will the steam fall back to the earth as rain? Where will it fall?
3) If I jump off the side of the Earth, what will happen to me?*
4) When will we encounter intelligent life?
5) How was the Earth created?*

*Not Narcy's original questions.

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #1 on: August 09, 2008, 03:46:12 PM »
Actually, you RE'ers keep saying FE cannot predict things, while claiming RE can. So my thread is quite valid and yours is not.
Regardless, watch me answer your questions.

1) We cannot know because the conspiracy conceals necessary data.
2) In FET the water will never fall back to the earth, the earth will catch up with it.
3) You will appear to fall, but will only be maintaining a static inertia as the earth passes you by. You will die from the low pressure and temperature before you observe anything interesting.
4) We are the only intelligent life in the universe
5) Read my guide.




Funny that the predictive model runs and hides from questions, and the "unpredictive" model can answer all of them. Note, I only asked RE to answer ONE question.

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #2 on: August 09, 2008, 03:48:44 PM »
Actually, you RE'ers keep saying FE cannot predict things, while claiming RE can. So my thread is quite valid and yours is not.
Regardless, watch me answer your questions.

1) We cannot know because the conspiracy conceals necessary data.
2) In FET the water will never fall back to the earth, the earth will catch up with it.
3) You will appear to fall, but will only be maintaining a static inertia as the earth passes you by. You will die from the low pressure and temperature before you observe anything interesting.
4) We are the only intelligent life in the universe
5) Read my guide.




Funny that the predictive model runs and hides from questions, and the "unpredictive" model can answer all of them. Note, I only asked RE to answer ONE question.
FE predict this using the FE model predict the next lunar eclipse. And I expect to see the calculations, no just looking up the RE answer and passing it off as the FE result
Only 2 things are infinite the universe and human stupidity, but I am not sure about the former.

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #3 on: August 09, 2008, 03:52:19 PM »
Oh, so stuffing those questions in your face wasn't enough?
Still waiting for RE'ers to answer *ONE* question I asked.

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #4 on: August 09, 2008, 03:53:10 PM »
Actually, you RE'ers keep saying FE cannot predict things, while claiming RE can. So my thread is quite valid and yours is not.
Regardless, watch me answer your questions.

1) We cannot know because the conspiracy conceals necessary data.
2) In FET the water will never fall back to the earth, the earth will catch up with it.
3) You will appear to fall, but will only be maintaining a static inertia as the earth passes you by. You will die from the low pressure and temperature before you observe anything interesting.
4) We are the only intelligent life in the universe
5) Read my guide.




Funny that the predictive model runs and hides from questions, and the "unpredictive" model can answer all of them. Note, I only asked RE to answer ONE question.

Funny how you can't prove any of that.
We told you to go to rehab, but you were all like "no, no, no!" ::)

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #5 on: August 09, 2008, 03:55:22 PM »
1) We cannot know because the conspiracy conceals necessary data.
What data?

2) In FET the water will never fall back to the earth, the earth will catch up with it.
Ignore semantics. When will this happen?

3) You will appear to fall, but will only be maintaining a static inertia as the earth passes you by. You will die from the low pressure and temperature before you observe anything interesting.
Proof?

4) We are the only intelligent life in the universe
Proof?

5) Read my guide.
Will do, I'll get back to you.

Funny that the predictive model runs and hides from questions, and the "unpredictive" model can answer all of them. Note, I only asked RE to answer ONE question.

You didn't at all answer these questions. And you asked us to answer 5, not 1. Can you count?
Edit: Sorry, you did only ask for one answer.

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #6 on: August 09, 2008, 03:55:56 PM »
I answered all five in minutes. RE has had multiple RE'ers looking at my questions for days, and not a single answer to ANY of them yet.


RE officially blows. Another victory for FE!!!

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #7 on: August 09, 2008, 03:56:54 PM »
It's narc, of course he can't count. Now he's going to go "HEY U RE NOOBS ANSWER MAH QUESTIONS FER ONCE!!"
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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #8 on: August 09, 2008, 03:58:01 PM »
I answered all five in minutes. RE has had multiple RE'ers looking at my questions for days, and not a single answer to ANY of them yet.


RE officially blows. Another victory for FE!!!

No you didn't, you made up crap that was told to you by another FEr that has absolutly no proof. Saying something that has no proof doesn't count as an answer.
We told you to go to rehab, but you were all like "no, no, no!" ::)

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #9 on: August 09, 2008, 03:58:39 PM »
Edit: Sorry, you did only ask for one answer.

Note to all RE'ers, I'm waiting for just ONE answer. I have provided you 5 within minutes.

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Snaaaaake

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2008, 04:07:24 PM »
Edit: Sorry, you did only ask for one answer.

Note to all RE'ers, I'm waiting for just ONE answer. I have provided you 5 within minutes.

Do you ignore all my posts?
We told you to go to rehab, but you were all like "no, no, no!" ::)

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #11 on: August 10, 2008, 12:49:46 AM »
Edit: Sorry, you did only ask for one answer.

Note to all RE'ers, I'm waiting for just ONE answer. I have provided you 5 within minutes.

You didn't answer any of them, you just threw out random guesses. Here, watch me answer all of your questions:

1) If I let a drop of water fall into the Pacific Ocean exactly halfway between the centers of L.A. and Honolulu, where will it be in exactly 3 months?
2) If I boil water at four corners (where the US states Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona meet) when will the steam fall back to the earth as rain? Where will it fall?
3) When SagDEG collides with the Milky Way, will anything collide with the earth?
4) When will we encounter intelligent life?
5) Will there be a big crunch? If so, when?

1) 2nm North East.
2) 2 weeks later, onto my house.
3) No.
4) August 8th, 2150
5) No.

See? It's easy when you don't have to provide proof, use scientific method, think about your answers etc. etc.

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narcberry

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #12 on: August 10, 2008, 09:32:00 PM »
So RE doesn't believe in diffusion, meteors, the lightspeed barrier, or the big bang.

Thanks for invalidating your own theory. And you did it with such 'ease'.

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #13 on: August 11, 2008, 01:07:59 AM »
So RE doesn't believe in diffusion, meteors, the lightspeed barrier, or the big bang.

Thanks for invalidating your own theory. And you did it with such 'ease'.
how do these answers violate any of those properties?
Only 2 things are infinite the universe and human stupidity, but I am not sure about the former.

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #14 on: August 11, 2008, 02:32:17 AM »
how do these answers violate any of those properties?

Diffusion = #1
Meteors = #3
Lightspeed barrier = #4
Big bang = #5 I assume, though how Narcberry derives this conclusion I have no idea. Perhaps that the Big Bang is a backwards Big Crunch. I see his point with the first three, though.
I'm going to side with the white supremacists.

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #15 on: August 11, 2008, 03:13:54 PM »
Edit: Sorry, you did only ask for one answer.

Note to all RE'ers, I'm waiting for just ONE answer. I have provided you 5 within minutes.

You didn't answer any of them, you just threw out random guesses. Here, watch me answer all of your questions:

1) If I let a drop of water fall into the Pacific Ocean exactly halfway between the centers of L.A. and Honolulu, where will it be in exactly 3 months?
2) If I boil water at four corners (where the US states Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona meet) when will the steam fall back to the earth as rain? Where will it fall?
3) When SagDEG collides with the Milky Way, will anything collide with the earth?
4) When will we encounter intelligent life?
5) Will there be a big crunch? If so, when?

1) 2nm North East.
2) 2 weeks later, onto my house.
3) No.
4) August 8th, 2150
5) No.

See? It's easy when you don't have to provide proof, use scientific method, think about your answers etc. etc.
how do these answers violate any of those properties?

Diffusion = #1
Meteors = #3
Lightspeed barrier = #4
Big bang = #5 I assume, though how Narcberry derives this conclusion I have no idea. Perhaps that the Big Bang is a backwards Big Crunch. I see his point with the first three, though.
So lets see, #1 through the process of diffusion that drop comes back together in its entire original form at that location
#3 not a single piece manages to intercept the orbital path of the earth, still see no problem here
#4 Intelligent Life from another galaxy hundred of thousands years ago built a giant self sustaining ship and set it out to look for other worlds and after a voyage lasting thousands of generations the descendants of these original aliens find earth
#5 Right now there is no proof that there will be a big crunch, as things stand everything  should just keep accelerating forever

so once again how does this violate any laws?
« Last Edit: August 12, 2008, 12:46:40 AM by cbarnett97 »
Only 2 things are infinite the universe and human stupidity, but I am not sure about the former.

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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #16 on: August 11, 2008, 09:53:16 PM »
I'm glad I didn't read your last three points, but do wish I could relive the last 30 seconds to have avoided your first.

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #17 on: August 16, 2008, 09:42:09 AM »
So RE doesn't believe in diffusion, meteors, the lightspeed barrier, or the big bang.

Thanks for invalidating your own theory. And you did it with such 'ease'.

So let me get this straight. You asked 5 questions that you (and us) knew were not answerable unless you discard much of physics, and when we couldn't answer them you claim it shows RET has no predictive power?

Huh?

Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #18 on: August 16, 2008, 12:03:06 PM »
I'm glad I didn't read your last three points, but do wish I could relive the last 30 seconds to have avoided your first.

Wow, you're a really slow reader. 
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Re: FE predict these: questions to Narcy
« Reply #19 on: August 16, 2008, 12:08:09 PM »
I'm glad I didn't read your last three points, but do wish I could relive the last 30 seconds to have avoided your first.

Wow, you're a really slow reader. 

And you're a really slow thinker; what's your point?
I'm going to side with the white supremacists.