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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5661  Postby lucek » Aug 14, 2013 8:37 pm

Clearly it's like the I in Iphone/imac/Ipod. It had meaning in an early stage but now just Just stands for I'm cool too.

Oh and I guess I have to update my avatar???

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But moving on. Steve not that you are back do you want to talk about something in depth for once. Perhaps you could comment of my post above were in I explain why death after many years of possible reproduction is evolutionary favored over death before maturity?
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5662  Postby CADman2300 » Aug 14, 2013 9:13 pm

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Paul wrote:Incredibly Idiotic Drivel?


No sorry. But nice try, for you, that is. And as expected.

No, seriously. What does "IID" stand for? Since your made-up book is unlikely to ever appear on Amazon or Barnes and Noble, finding a real physical copy will likely be impossible for anyone who wants to read and review it.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5663  Postby ADParker » Aug 14, 2013 9:55 pm

Looks cheap and tacky. Lack of any presence on any on-line book sources (Amazon, Barnes and Noble etc.), plus the fact that he provides his own promotional blurb rather than one from the publishing company/editor only furthers this impression.
Is this a self-published book stevebee92653? Where can it even be brought from?
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5664  Postby Shrunk » Aug 14, 2013 10:24 pm

stevebee92653 wrote:
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Shrunk wrote:An interesting coincidence: A person by the screen name "melvinvines" mentions Steve's book on Uncommon Descent (see comment 16). The interesting part is that, while "melvinvines" refers to Steve as "a friend of mine", when you click on his name you are directed to Steve's blog. :ask:

Must be pure coincidence, I cannot imagine how it could come about otherwise!


Actually Thomas, melvines must have put a link in his name. It's really not that tough. When you take some computer classes, you too can learn to do the same!


Yeah, because people always make their online name a hyperlink to someone else's blog.

The really hilarious part is you actually seem to expect anyone to believe that, melvin/Anders/Steve.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5665  Postby Oldskeptic » Aug 14, 2013 11:29 pm

Ah, the immense name change thingy. You sure focus on the important stuff.


The important stuff is that you have used made up names and credentials to lend support to your inane videos. So perhaps it is a good thing that you are finely using your real name. It is far easier to check the credentials of a 70 year old retired dentist, living in Laguna Hills than it is some made up Phd at a made up think tank.

Thought experiments? Thomas, didn't you know that Einstein came up with relativity with thought experiments?


Well actually relativity goes back, at least as far as Galileo. So do inertial isolated systems.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5666  Postby hackenslash » Aug 14, 2013 11:47 pm

CADman2300 wrote:It would be great if I had a clue what "IID" is supposed to stand for, but I'll leave that up to him.


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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5667  Postby hackenslash » Aug 14, 2013 11:55 pm

I might actually buy the book, and dedicate some time to demolishing it (it shouldn't be hard, given the absolute drivel the author (assuming he actually is the author, given all the presto-chango changes of identity we've seen from him) has posted here). I need something that addresses creationism from the perspective of somebody who doesn't believe in a creator (yeah, right, christian) because, to do otherwise would be a failure of balance, and the credulous need all the fucking balance they can get about now, not least since they're so spectacularly wrong about everything.

Newsflash, Steeeeveeeee: Your dickhead god is a figment of the imagination and, worse, not even your imagination, but the imagination of some ignorant fuckwit who could barely bang rocks together and his equally fuckwitted chums.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5668  Postby Paul Almond » Aug 15, 2013 12:50 am

stevebee's book will be:

self-published - and he will never earn back an appreciable amount of what he spends on it. (But at least he will be able to look at his copy of the book and feel that he is a real author. They may even give him a special certificate or something.)

ranked at 7 thousand million billion in amazon's sales figures.

completely ripped apart in amazon reviews by users - Steve would effectively be paying to provide another channel for mockery.

There is nothing to dislike about this.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5669  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 1:56 am

lucek wrote:Clearly it's like the I in Iphone/imac/Ipod. It had meaning in an early stage but now just Just stands for I'm cool too.

Oh and I guess I have to update my avatar???

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But moving on. Steve not that you are back do you want to talk about something in depth for once. Perhaps you could comment of my post above were in I explain why death after many years of possible reproduction is evolutionary favored over death before maturity?


Doesn't sound like an interesting discussion. Maybe we could try something else.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5670  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 1:59 am

CADman2300 wrote:
stevebee92653 wrote:
Paul wrote:Incredibly Idiotic Drivel?


No sorry. But nice try, for you, that is. And as expected.

No, seriously. What does "IID" stand for? Since your made-up book is unlikely to ever appear on Amazon or Barnes and Noble, finding a real physical copy will likely be impossible for anyone who wants to read and review it.


Actually it will be available on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble, so if you are curious, buy it and read. I doubt you would want to "waste" $15 on someone as horrible as you think I am, so you may never find out.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5671  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 2:02 am

ADParker wrote:Looks cheap and tacky. Lack of any presence on any on-line book sources (Amazon, Barnes and Noble etc.), plus the fact that he provides his own promotional blurb rather than one from the publishing company/editor only furthers this impression.
Is this a self-published book stevebee92653? Where can it even be brought from?


Do you ever say anything nice ADParker? Do any of your cohorts here? Ever? You sure did a sudden vanish at evillusion.net. What happened? You usually go longer.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5672  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 2:11 am

Oldskeptic wrote:
Ah, the immense name change thingy. You sure focus on the important stuff.


The important stuff is that you have used made up names and credentials to lend support to your inane videos. So perhaps it is a good thing that you are finely using your real name. It is far easier to check the credentials of a 70 year old retired dentist, living in Laguna Hills than it is some made up Phd at a made up think tank.

Thought experiments? Thomas, didn't you know that Einstein came up with relativity with thought experiments?


Well actually relativity goes back, at least as far as Galileo. So do inertial isolated systems.


First, let me congratulate you on your Google abilities. Are you showing off?
Ah, so Galileo figured the relationship between the speed of an object and time and an observer and the observed hundreds of years before Einstein? Wow, thanks for that information Oldskeptic.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5673  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 2:20 am

Paul Almond wrote:stevebee's book will be:

self-published - and he will never earn back an appreciable amount of what he spends on it. (But at least he will be able to look at his copy of the book and feel that he is a real author. They may even give him a special certificate or something.)

ranked at 7 thousand million billion in amazon's sales figures.

completely ripped apart in amazon reviews by users - Steve would effectively be paying to provide another channel for mockery.

There is nothing to dislike about this.


Yea, you guys can go to Amazon, and not read the book, (of course), and do your "up his arse"... "more creationist crap"... intelligent reviews that match most of the "intelligent" comments here at ratskep. You'll have a blast! I can't wait to see how you will fall into lock step like good little evolutionauts...tro lo lo. 8-)
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5674  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 2:25 am

hackenslash wrote:I might actually buy the book, and dedicate some time to demolishing it (it shouldn't be hard, given the absolute drivel the author (assuming he actually is the author, given all the presto-chango changes of identity we've seen from him) has posted here). I need something that addresses creationism from the perspective of somebody who doesn't believe in a creator (yeah, right, christian) because, to do otherwise would be a failure of balance, and the credulous need all the fucking balance they can get about now, not least since they're so spectacularly wrong about everything.

Newsflash, Steeeeveeeee: Your dickhead god is a figment of the imagination and, worse, not even your imagination, but the imagination of some ignorant fuckwit who could barely bang rocks together and his equally fuckwitted chums.


My dickhead god? That's daring. Just think, he's up in heaven watching you right this moment. And boy is he pissed. Newsflash, hackenslash: Your dickhead evolution is a figment of the imagination and, worse, not even your imagination, but the imagination of some ignorant fuckwit who could barely bang rocks together and his equally fuckwitted chums.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5675  Postby DaveD » Aug 15, 2013 2:29 am

stevebee92653 wrote:
Oldskeptic wrote:
Ah, the immense name change thingy. You sure focus on the important stuff.


The important stuff is that you have used made up names and credentials to lend support to your inane videos. So perhaps it is a good thing that you are finely using your real name. It is far easier to check the credentials of a 70 year old retired dentist, living in Laguna Hills than it is some made up Phd at a made up think tank.

Thought experiments? Thomas, didn't you know that Einstein came up with relativity with thought experiments?


Well actually relativity goes back, at least as far as Galileo. So do inertial isolated systems.


First, let me congratulate you on your Google abilities. Are you showing off?
Ah, so Galileo figured the relationship between the speed of an object and time and an observer and the observed thousand of years before Einstein? Wow, thanks for that information Oldskeptic.
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Your own Google abilities are sadly lacking if you think Galileo lived "thousand [sic] of years before Einstein". I can only hope, for your own sake, that you haven't overreached yourself with this book of yours. Colouring book, is it?
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5676  Postby ElDiablo » Aug 15, 2013 2:42 am

stevebee92653 wrote:
Paul Almond wrote:stevebee's book will be:

self-published - and he will never earn back an appreciable amount of what he spends on it. (But at least he will be able to look at his copy of the book and feel that he is a real author. They may even give him a special certificate or something.)

ranked at 7 thousand million billion in amazon's sales figures.

completely ripped apart in amazon reviews by users - Steve would effectively be paying to provide another channel for mockery.

There is nothing to dislike about this.


Yea, you guys can go to Amazon, and not read the book, (of course), and do your "up his arse"... "more creationist crap"... intelligent reviews that match most of the "intelligent" comments here at ratskep. You'll have a blast! I can't wait to see how you will fall into lock step like good little evolutionauts...tro lo lo. 8-)


Is your book that much different from what you have posted here and on your site?
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5677  Postby CADman2300 » Aug 15, 2013 4:08 am

stevebee92653 wrote:
CADman2300 wrote:
stevebee92653 wrote:
Paul wrote:Incredibly Idiotic Drivel?


No sorry. But nice try, for you, that is. And as expected.

No, seriously. What does "IID" stand for? Since your made-up book is unlikely to ever appear on Amazon or Barnes and Noble, finding a real physical copy will likely be impossible for anyone who wants to read and review it.


Actually it will be available on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble, so if you are curious, buy it and read. I doubt you would want to "waste" $15 on someone as horrible as you think I am, so you may never find out.

:hand: Just answer the question. What does "IID" stand for? You either have a clue what it means or you don't.
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#5678  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 4:51 am

ElDiablo wrote:
stevebee92653 wrote:
Paul Almond wrote:stevebee's book will be:

self-published - and he will never earn back an appreciable amount of what he spends on it. (But at least he will be able to look at his copy of the book and feel that he is a real author. They may even give him a special certificate or something.)

ranked at 7 thousand million billion in amazon's sales figures.

completely ripped apart in amazon reviews by users - Steve would effectively be paying to provide another channel for mockery.

There is nothing to dislike about this.


Yea, you guys can go to Amazon, and not read the book, (of course), and do your "up his arse"... "more creationist crap"... intelligent reviews that match most of the "intelligent" comments here at ratskep. You'll have a blast! I can't wait to see how you will fall into lock step like good little evolutionauts...tro lo lo. 8-)


Is your book that much different from what you have posted here and on your site?


Completely new and different stuff for you to attack. Or actually think about and maybe even wonder and question just a bit.....nah.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5679  Postby stevebee92653 » Aug 15, 2013 4:54 am

CADman2300 wrote:
stevebee92653 wrote:
CADman2300 wrote:
stevebee92653 wrote:

No sorry. But nice try, for you, that is. And as expected.

No, seriously. What does "IID" stand for? Since your made-up book is unlikely to ever appear on Amazon or Barnes and Noble, finding a real physical copy will likely be impossible for anyone who wants to read and review it.


Actually it will be available on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble, so if you are curious, buy it and read. I doubt you would want to "waste" $15 on someone as horrible as you think I am, so you may never find out.

:hand: Just answer the question. What does "IID" stand for? You either have a clue what it means or you don't.


Don't you get it CADman? I placed that statement on the cover to make you wonder...and buy the book so you can see what IID is. If I tell you I would defeat the purpose of the cover. Everyone would know.
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Re: Why stevebee is wrong

#5680  Postby Rumraket » Aug 15, 2013 5:01 am

stevebee92653 wrote:
CADman2300 wrote:
stevebee92653 wrote:
CADman2300 wrote:
No, seriously. What does "IID" stand for? Since your made-up book is unlikely to ever appear on Amazon or Barnes and Noble, finding a real physical copy will likely be impossible for anyone who wants to read and review it.


Actually it will be available on both Amazon and Barnes and Noble, so if you are curious, buy it and read. I doubt you would want to "waste" $15 on someone as horrible as you think I am, so you may never find out.

:hand: Just answer the question. What does "IID" stand for? You either have a clue what it means or you don't.


Don't you get it CADman? I placed that statement on the cover to make you wonder...and buy the book so you can see what IID is. If I tell you I would defeat the purpose of the cover. Everyone would know.

So your newfound insights turn out to be nothing but a moneymaking scheme. Check!

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