The first experimental measurement of God; to a 2-decimal point accuracy

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  1. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [George E Hammond MS physics Cape Cod MA USA]
    ...REDDIT took my paper down after a few hours because some moderator noticed that the paper was dated March 2021 which is 9 months ago, and rule #3 of theirs says all papers have to be less than 6 months old. However, during that time it racked up more than 25,000 views. And my website which was referenced did 100 times as much traffic as usual for a few hours!
    ... But here is the real head-turning piece of news! I also posted the paper to a "religious forum" thinking that there at least a might find some sympathy! And incidentally I ran into "exchemist" on that forum which surprised me!
    ... Anyway, the so-called "religious forum" took my paper down almost immediately, and I detected in their tone of voice an even more malevolent opposition to my discovery then even the opposition that the scientists have shown ???

    ... Would you believe !!, That the religious forums are actually more opposed to this discovery than the scientific forums !!

    I don't know about you, but that fact has given me considerable food for thought !

    George
     
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  3. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    Ummmm low hanging fruit but I'm in a good mood so won't go there

    Yes I would. I feel that the religious forum would be much much more receptive, as would the SciForum, IF YOU SHOW YOUR WORKINGS

    Your 173 word paper contains ONLY claims. I counted 28 to the halfway point so if that continued the full paper has between ? 45 and 55 claims

    What other papers have you published? how many? concerning what subjects?

    Another accomplishment I neglected to mention in Post 198, from Charles Darwin University in Darwin I obtained a Associated Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety. My paper on what caused The Chernobyl disaster (gleaned from already published reports - Uni to mean to send the class over there to do our own original research

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    ) received a 98% mark

    I had to show my workings and reference each of the papers I had drawn information from

    Do the same - the world will be what ever you wish it to be

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  5. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    Makes sense to me. Most the people in the science forums probably just think that your 'great' discovery that God is 7' 4" tall is funny. The religion forums take the whole religion thing a lot more seriously.
     
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  7. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    So true

    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-02...ter-thousands-of-baptisms-ruled-ine/100830676

    Extract

    But one Catholic priest's use of the word 'we' instead of 'I' during both English and Spanish language baptism ceremonies during his two decades in the ministry has left thousands of baptisms invalid in multiple parishes in two countries.

    .....thousands of baptisms invalid in multiple parishes in two countries.

    Only for the religion??? or also legally invalid???

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  8. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Yes I pointed out you had spammed this stuff across multiple forums, so they deleted it.

    And what happened when you posted it on scienceforums.net?
     
  9. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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  10. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [George E Hammond MS physics Cape Cod MA USA]
    ... You're an anti-intellectual heckling stalker and nothing more!
    A disgrace to Science. Wise up chemist !
    GH
     
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  11. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    Another example of how seriously

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  12. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    How can he be stalking you if he's been a member way before you joined, George?
    Get over yourself and your god delusion.
     
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  13. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [George E Hammond MS physics Cape Cod MA USA]
    ... God is 7'3" tall, NOT 7'4" ! Quit your exaggerations. If the average man in the US is 5'10" multiplied by 125% equals 7 foot 3 1/2 inches or 7'3" full inches tall. Quit misquoting me! You're misrepresentations of my theory are doing
    Irreparable worldwide damage to the promulgation of a historic scientific discovery. A suffering humanity has been waiting 2000 years for this discovery. Isaac Newton spent much of his life searching for it, and so did Rene Descartes and many many others! For you to blatantly distort the results of my 40 year, round-the-clock, death defying intensive study and search for this historic result, only to be denigrated and insulted by your misquotations is an intellectual abomination beyond description!
    GH
     
  14. Michael 345 New year. PRESENT is 72 years oldl Valued Senior Member

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    origin - turns out god is only 7'3" if his hight calculation is - I quote from Post Number 61 reproduce below

    .188 feet is equal to 2.26 inches, which I arbitrarily "rounded up" to 3, instead of "rounded down" to 2. So that God turns out to be 7'3" instead of 7'2"

    straight from George himself

    Keep going and we might find

    https://www.bbc.com/news/entertainment-arts-11404484#:~:text=In a prologue to The,being three feet six inches.

    In a prologue to The Lord Of The Rings, he wrote that Hobbits are between two and four feet tall, the average height being three feet six inches.24 Sept 2010

    How does god the Hobbit sound?

    Although there is the joke which has been around for a while about how jesus got his name from one of the 3 wise men. As they were leaving one bumped his head and exclaimed Jesus Christ
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  15. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Haha. Indeed, as Kristoffer points out, I have been a member of those forums for a long time before you showed up. You can verify that for yourself, simply looking at my joining date in each case. So, to quote Joss Ackland's S African character in Lethal Weapon 2, "Whiew's the dickhid naow, eh?"

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    But I certainly do react when some crank comes along, spamming the same shit across multiple forums I belong to. What's more I tend to get listened to, because people know I am not nuts and what I say can usually be relied upon. There are quite a few perennial cranks and nutters that I have had a hand in shutting down, simply because I've been around a while and recognise them. (You may not get banned from here, as this place is tolerant of cranks and nutters that are not gratuitously abusive, provided they don't try to force their unscientific notions into the hard science areas of the forum.)

    But I notice you fail to answer my question. So I'll answer it for you. Your thread on scienceforums got locked by moderation within 24hrs, with the following comment from moderation:

    "Moderator Note

    If you want to blog go start a blog somewhere. This fails as science - there is no rigor. It's just hand-waving. You claim 2 decimal point accuracy but describe no experimental results."

    I could not put it better myself. It is exactly the same objection made by people here, which you have conspicuously failed to address.

    Which is why you are condemned to the twilight world of "Pseudoscience" threads.
     
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  16. river

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    So far George E. Hammond
    exchemist , discuss with me any idea you have disagreed with me . And why .
     
  17. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    Yikes, just yikes.
     
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  18. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Barking?

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  19. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    Yep, like The Hounds Of Bonkersville
     
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  20. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [George E Hammond MS physics Cape Cod MA USA]
    ... Origin, yours is the first intellectually accurate assessment of all this.
    BTW, wasn't there a 2nd century theologian in the Levant somewhere named "Origin" ?
    GH
     
  21. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Origen of Alexandria: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Origen

    One of my favourites of the early Church Fathers, as he already read Genesis the way he read Homer - as a foundation myth.
     
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  22. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    Genesis is principally allegory, not myth.

    ... Meanwhile, I find it somehow ironic that the 2000 year Christian search for a "rational" explanation of God has finally arrived in the form of "desktop computers".
    ... As the target paper of this thread explains, it was the advent of the desktop computer that allowed a worldwide army of psychology researchers, to measure millions of people with Personality and IQ tests for 50 years which allowed Hammond to discover that this data clearly pointed to the "cubic cleavage of the brain" as the cause of personality structure and in fact indicated the 13 rotational symmetry axes of a cube in fact caused the famous "12-Olympian gods" (12- personalities) of antiquity – – which immediately led to the conclusion that the single eigenvector at the top of this eigenvector pyramid was without any doubt, the God of the Bible.
    ... Thus it was "desktop computers" which could finally diagonalize large correlation matrices, – and as Hammond has pointed out to a still unsuspecting psychology community: Has delivered the world's first scientific proof of God (SPOG).

    George
     
  23. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    So God has a physical body? Where does God live? Can we go and see him? Is he a man or a woman? How did your "experiment" establish any of this?

    This sounds completely nutso, in case you aren't already aware.

    Did your study put you in mortal danger, George? Sorry to hear that. Was it a shark with a laser on its head, attacking you for your studies of psychology eigenvectors? I hear they can get a bit stroppy about that kind of thing.
     
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