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hmm,
          we might have an interesting limit phenomenon
to study when the ego of one individual expands
beyond the bounds of the universe.
ribbit, ribbit
pat


--On Thursday, February 19, 2004 6:13 PM -0500 George Hammond
<[log in to unmask]> wrote:r

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>
> Uh oh...
> Maybe some moderating of this list might be in order?
> /Carl
>
> [Hammond]
> Let's be reminded that this would be "boss"
> doesn't know Psychometry from Relativity
> and isn't even qualified to read the post.
> Yet.. he thinks he's a spokesman for
> "everyman".
>
>
> Right--
> I'm new to this list...How often does this kind of sh.t come up?
> Michael Luchtan
>
> [Hammond]
> This loudmouth thinks 4-letter words
> say it all.  I suggest he return to
> the fryolator or parking garage or
> wherever he came from.
>
> let's all just ignore it, and not spam the list with upset about it. It's
> rare, and so is cursing on the list. This is a scholarly list.
> Barry Wellman       Professor of Sociology
>
> [Hammond]
> Scholarly list?  Lets point out that Hammond
> is accomplished in theoretical physics
> (M.S. 1967), and Psychometry (Hammond 1994
> peer reviewed literature).  I don't think
> there is anyone on this list even qualified
> to talk to me.  Not that anyone is actually
> going to have the bravery to find out.
>
>
>    But lets get to the point.   These big frogs in
> small ponds,  line professional hacks at best,
> are not qualified to read the post much less
> comment on it... that's their real gripe... they
> want to be the big frogs in a small pond.
>    However, there is a "silent majority" on
> these lists who would like to read something
> informative, relevant and new that emenates
> from a higher authority and has wider
> circdulation than the comments of the "Big
> Frogs" of SOCNET.
>   500,000 people have visited my websites
> in the past 4 years.  I have published in the
> peer reviewed literature, spoken at international
> conferences, talked to thousands of people
> on the Internet, am discussing this privately with
> the world's leading physicists.
> IT IS SOMETHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
> and it certainly isn't "spam".
>   Fact is, these "spam-mouths" that dominate
> your list are the first ones to yell "spam"
> because "spam" is their middle name.  They haven't
> had an original idea since the day they were
> born and are simply the aggrevated deadwood
> clogging the system... and they know who I am,
> the maker of original discoveries, the clearer
> of deadwood.  They will do ANYTHING to
> keep this discovery from being recognized
> because it comes from "outside the
> orthodox establishment" which vicious
> hacks like them dominate.
>    A word to the wise.... don't argue with
> them, simply read the post and make a mental
> note of it.... leave the job of clearing the
> deadwood to people like me and the millions
> following me.  A discovery like this is guaranteed
> to do just that.
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department of sociology
university of pittsburgh
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