Science Which Discovery Did Stephen Hawking...

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  1. Jim J Jiblets

    Jim J Jiblets #Hillary'sTongue

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    ...stumble upon before being fed a near-leathal dose of poison (crippling him)?

    And how angry does he get when the pre-programmed, government-sponsored voicebox spouts beliefs not of his own?

    Serious Stephen Hawking fans only, please. :ucoffee:

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    captbill Well-Known Member

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    Where is your evidence for these statements?
     
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    Jim J Jiblets #Hillary'sTongue

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    Stephen Hawking used to be a vocal and powerful flat earther. NASA put him in that wheel chair and the chair just spouts out whatever they program these days. He would weep if they would fill his water bottle, once in a while [​IMG]

    Quote from: Stephen Hawking - A brief history of time (1988)

    "A well-known scientist (some say it was Bertrand Russell) once gave a public lecture on astronomy. He described how the earth orbits around the sun and how the sun, in turn, orbits around the center of a vast collection of stars called our galaxy. At the end of the lecture, a little old lady at the back of the room got up and said: "What you have told us is rubbish. The world is really a flat plate supported on the back of a giant tortoise." The scientist gave a superior smile before replying, "What is the tortoise standing on?" "You're very clever, young man, very clever," said the old lady. "But it's turtles all the way down!"
     
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    captbill Well-Known Member

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    Bertrand Russells alleged statement is not proof of Stephen Hawking "being fed a near-leathal dose of poison (crippling him)?"

    and

    "And how angry does he get when the pre-programmed, government-sponsored voicebox spouts beliefs not of his own?"

    So again, please give your evidence for those statements.
     
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    I guess there is no evidence for the statement. Just more BS.
     
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    Mojopin Resplendent in his frock

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    You are an absolute loon. :jj:

    I love your threads. Never stop.
     
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    captbill Well-Known Member

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    From the posting he's made, I agree with you. His photo should be on the Canadian $1 bill.
     
  8. Jim J Jiblets

    Jim J Jiblets #Hillary'sTongue

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    Deez ninjas thought it was a serious thread. :spit:

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    Mojopin Resplendent in his frock

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    So all your other loopy threads are jokes too? :(
     
  10. Jim J Jiblets

    Jim J Jiblets #Hillary'sTongue

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    This is my relaxy-time forum.

    Serious exposes of gub corruption go in politics. :grad:
     
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    Mojopin Resplendent in his frock

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    Gotcha.
     
  12. BrerJimmy

    BrerJimmy Well-Known Member

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    Those must've been some really half-assed conspirators. Looks to me like a strong wind could've finished the job sometime in the last 30 years.