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Messages - Fenrir

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So what you are saying is that your neighbour is a farmer who produces crops for a living while you are a wanker who tortures goats for a hobby.

Thanks for pointing out the distinction though I'm fairly sure most of us already picked up the subtle clues.

*No, that is not a promotion of row farming, just pointing out the rank hypocrisy.
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I didn't see it mentioned here but just in case anyone missed it he actually did that twice. I don't know if it was before or after this clip but the other was in front of his kid who I think brought out the viewing glasses.  ::)

One would assume someone with a clue gave them a brief rundown just before this event about the glasses they had been provided and safe viewing, especially given this was a public appearance. But hey, it's Mr. "I know more than all the generals, I have a very good brain, believe me" Trump.




You just know that if it was Obama he'd be in the garden with several 8-year olds, wearing goofy glasses and with at least one telescope in the background. "I am with people doing people things".

With Trump it has to be a power wank, "I am on my balcony looking down on you, look at my huge white columns".
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Oops.

Thanks Borealis.

So that makes a staggering diversity of two sown pasture plants. 

What an amazing and diverse ecosystem you have there David.
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Where's the diversity?

I see Fescue and Medicago.
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That's what is called a fact David. Like varves and the stone age.

Facts.
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On mobile click your nick at top right and select look and layout.

It was horrible, but I killded it.
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Did they have solar panels in the Stone Age?  Remind me... I forget. 

Oh and wait ... There never was such a thing as a stone age.   That's just fake history.

I defer to your demonstrated expertise in fake history.
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David pines for the simple life. One without difficulties like manipulative bitches, competition in business or newfangled knowledge that challenges him.

Simple solution, go back to the stone age and put himself in charge.

Problem is, stone age had problems and limitations modern people are aware of and refuse to be limited by.

Simple solution, simply imagine problems don't exist.

Winning!
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From the lout Dave Godfrey
"Where did flight feathers come from before Pennaraptora"?

Good question. Can anyone answer it?


For reference:
http://scienceblogs.com/tetrapodzoology/2009/06/10/birds-come-first-no-they-dont/
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The fact that long remiges have now been documented in oviraptorosaurs, dromaeosaurids and other maniraptorans shows that feathered arms essentially the same as those present in basal birds evolved somewhere round about the base of the oviraptorosaur + paravian clade, and there is no evidence that wing-like arms were present in more basal coelurosaurs, nor in other theropods, or other dinosaurs, or other archosaurs.

In fact this is a big problem for the dino to bird theory that nobody has ever answered. Nobody here and nobody in the published material.
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feathered arms essentially the same as those present in basal birds evolved somewhere round about the base of the oviraptorosaur + paravian clade, and there is no evidence that wing-like arms were present in more basal coelurosaurs, nor in other theropods, or other dinosaurs, or other archosaurs.

In fact, the feathered arms essentially the same as those present in basal birds that evolved somewhere round about the base of the oviraptorosaur + paravian clade, appeared out of the blue. Almost nobody acknowledges that. That is why Naish is so refreshing and honest!
No doubt people here will start up their "yes but" excuses. That really means nothing.
Not only does Naish acknowledge that "feathered arms essentially the same as those present in basal birds evolved somewhere round about the base of the oviraptorosaur + paravian clade" BUT ALSO that "there is no evidence that wing-like arms were present in more basal coelurosaurs, nor in other theropods, or other dinosaurs, or other archosaurs".
This is why I say that they appeared out of the blue. That is IF they evolved in a lineage from dinosaurs.
Imagine if others were as honest as Naish.
Imagine if others were not confusing exegesis and science.

No exegesis here. Tis eisegesis all the way down.
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Sounds like their diet includes an excess of lead and a severe iodine deficiency.
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Swerve and deflect David. Swerve and deflect.
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Lookit dis scrub.

David been thrashing around trying to find justification for bullshit. Google ain't your friend here David.
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At a wild guess it's probly by observing the obvious parallels.
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Domain name retailer and hosting outfit GoDaddy has given a right wing web site that describes itself as "The World's Most Genocidal Republican Website" 24 hours to find a new hosting company.

GoDaddy's decision came after activists pointed out that a site called The Daily Stormer made extraordinarily vulgar and disparaging remarks about Heather Heyer, the woman killed when a man Police have identified as James Alex Fields drove his car into a crowd of anti-racism protestors in Charlottesville, Virginia. Police have charged Lee with second-degree murder.

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/08/14/go_daddy_takedown_notice_for_alt_right_site/
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Philosophy / Re: Is there a perfect moment?
Yes. Nailing the crux move on Honed and Buffed at first attempt. That was a perfect moment.
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The counter-protesters really need to start looking after their security now. Opponents disappearing in the middle of the night is a very old fascist play.
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I will now stop responding to the lout Faid.

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You have to start before you can stop.
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Is it just shitty i-phone colour balance or is that fescue chlorotic?
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Well a halo brace is an incidental sometimes thing. David hasn't managed everyday basics yet.

For example how are you going to store that tomato harvest?

Ain't no pasta sauce without glass. Ever tried to make glass from scratch? Notoriously complicated and difficult.

Course you could use pottery, lower bar for skilz there (still not skill-free), but from where do you source the clay and glazes?

That never-ending woodland is gonna come in right handy providing fuel for all that and the blacksmith as well as heating for lotsa teeny half-arsed straw houses and feeding all those goat boxes.
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That's no good. Where is the vital input from the vaulted possessors of knowledge of "regenerative land stewardship"? Without the magnanimous but gentle guidance of someone preternaturally skilled in the arcane depths of holistically managed bucket practice the entire venture is doomed from the start.

Frankly there is no way for David to be crowned god emporer in your dumb system. Way to fail at step one in David Hawkins masturbatory fantasyland.

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I just remembered something I wanted to ask. What is the chance of a frame shift occurring based on neutral theory. One in a billion? One in 100 billion?

At least BenTheBiased recognizes the incredible rarity of this frame shift occurring based on neutral theory. Does anyone know of anything published on this "rarity" estimating its probabilty?
Of course, there were not trillions of dinosaurs in one place for this to be credible. All the dino to bird folks are saying is that it COULD happen that way. Not that it is even remotely plausible to have happened that way.
Has anyone seen anything published on the statistical probability of this?

Yep.

I have.

P=1
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Ya forgot to nest em. Sad!
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It would take more than a week just to produce the raw ingredients. Whether that be plant fibre or animal fibre or hides. Significant infrastructure, knowledge and effort. Listen to what people are saying.