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 said:
    In the meantime, I will be posting additional
    commentary on the matter of this result being an
    "Einsteinian curvature of subjective reality".
    George


    [GE Hammond MS physics]
    Look, Foghorn neither you nor Baldeee seem to
    recognize what the SPOG is, or who Hammond is.

    Hammond is another Faraday – and his discovery
    of the SPOG is an ACCIDENT. Faraday accidentally
    discovered the EM field (electric motor) and Sir
    Humphrey Davy tried to crucify him. And that's
    what Bsaldeee is trying to do to Hammond.

    I don't think the Sciforums administration is about
    to do anything that rash, and take a chance on the
    utter public devastation that could ultimately rain
    down on their heads – when Hammond, like
    Faraday is finally discovered to be CORRECT.

    Chill out –

    George
     
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  3. Baldeee Valued Senior Member

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    Yeah, we do: it's demonstrably garbage, and he's demonstrably a crank.
    See, we recognise both for what they are.
    All the evidence is in the past 60 pages or so, and however many more you intend this fiasco to go on for.

    Anyhoo:
    "Okay, in the 25 years since I discovered the SPOG in 1997 – in the hundreds and hundreds of people that I have explained it to – you are the only other person on Earth who actually comprehends it." - post #1170
    "... I am frankly astonished that a person with your meager scientific credentials has been able to comprehend Hammond's SPOG in its entirety..."
    - post #1177
    And now it's back to not recognising what it is.
    If only I could tie my shoelaces as consistently.

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    Delusion of grandeur: check
    A version of the Galileo Gambit: check.
    Consigning your garbage to the cesspool would not be rash, since it is not going to be discovered to be anything other than the landfill it will eventually become.

    But hey, as long as it keeps you happy, and I guess you aren't contaminating actual science threads with your nonsense.
     
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  5. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    "... an accident is something that you wouldn't do over again if you had the chance. A surprise is something you didn't even know you wanted until you got it."
    -- Roseanne Barr​
     
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  7. Motor Daddy Valued Senior Member

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    So you're saying you believe Roseanne when she says discovering something on accident is something you wouldn't do over again?

    My reply is I would rather be lucky than good. Look how much of science was discovered accidentally, and I certainly would want it done again.
     
  8. Beer w/Straw Transcendental Ignorance! Valued Senior Member

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    Newton developed Calculus.

    I don't think that was an accident.
     
  9. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [GE Hammond MS physics]
    ...No, Newton's discovery of calculus certainly was not
    an accident. Neither was Einstein's discovery of the
    Lorentz covariant law of gravity. Although I think
    Nordstrom's early suggestion that we simply substitute
    the 4- dimensional wave operator for the
    three-dimensional (del-squared operator) in Newton's
    law of gravity – came very close to it.

    However, Faraday's discovery of the EM field
    certainly was an accident – he just happened to notice
    that a magnetic compass lying near an electrical
    wire suddenly swung around when he threw the switch
    to the wire. That was a bona fide ACCIDENT.
    Also Hammond's discovery of the SPOG
    (Scientific Proof of God) was also an ACCIDENT.

    Hammond was searching for the SMOP, the long lost
    Structural Model of Personality in psychology, and
    he actually found it! Hammond noticed that the
    Psychometrists kept reporting the odd fact that
    the intercorrelation of their personality vectors
    seemed to be "CUBICALLY INTERCORRELATED !
    Hammond investigated that fact and soon discovered
    that it was caused by the "cubic embryological
    cleavage of the brain
    " itself.
    Since a cube has 13 symmetry axes it soon became
    obvious that the data showed that there were 13
    "Personality Types" and that they were cubically
    intercorrelated.
    This soon led to the realization that the 2nd order
    personality eigenvectors were in fact physically
    axiomatic and canonical and therefore the GODS
    of antiquity (e.g. the 12 Olympian gods)

    About that time Prof. Paul Barrett a former colleague
    of Hans Eysenck's informed Hammond that a
    TOP, FINAL, SOLITARY EIGENVECTOR had been
    found at the 4th order in psychometry (Musek,
    Rushton, Irwing, others) and the psychometrists
    had dubbed it the "GFP" (General Factor of
    Psychology).

    Well – since Hammond had already discovered
    that the 2nd orders were in fact the "gods"
    it was immediately OBVIOUS to Hammond
    that the top eigenvector (the GFP) absolutely
    couldn't be anything other than the
    "God of the Bible" – GOD himself!

    So we see, that the discovery of the
    Scientific Proof of God (SPOG) was actually
    and ACCIDENT – just like Faraday's
    discovery of the electromagnetic field !

    George
     
  10. Beer w/Straw Transcendental Ignorance! Valued Senior Member

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    Are you being serious with me?
     
  11. foghorn Valued Senior Member

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    Yes it was! That Apple wasn't thrown, it fell.
     
  12. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [GE Hammond MS physics]
    Of course I'm being serious – I'm 80 years old
    I don't have time to fool around anymore – of
    course I'm being serious.

    Look Beer n' Straw, I said in my post #1186
    to you – the following: –


    Well – since Hammond had already discovered
    that the 2nd orders were in fact the "gods"
    it was immediately OBVIOUS to Hammond
    that the top eigenvector (the GFP) absolutely
    couldn't be anything other than the
    "God of the Bible" – GOD himself!

    So we see, that the discovery of the
    Scientific Proof of God (SPOG) was actually
    and ACCIDENT – just like Faraday's
    discovery of the electromagnetic field !

    [Hammond:]
    What I'm saying is that I never thought about
    "God" in my entire life – I didn't even believe
    there was a God
    – until voila – the world's first
    scientific proof of God literally appeared right
    before my eyes, ACCIDENTALLY, while I was
    searching for the SMOP – the long-lost
    Structural Model of Personality

    Therefore – my discovery of the world's first
    scientific proof of God (SPOG) was a

    TOTALLY UNEXPECTED ACCIDENT

    Just like Faraday's discovery of the EM field
    was an accident !

    George
     
  13. Beer w/Straw Transcendental Ignorance! Valued Senior Member

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    You're over twice my age then.

    You said you were living close to a nuclear missile. Did decades of the idea of nuclear war affect you mentally?
     
  14. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    I just pointed out an interesting viewpoint on accidents.
    Not very much, actually, compared to how much was discovered by hard work.
     
  15. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    That sounds suspiciously like every religious fanatic telling us he used to be an atheist.
     
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  16. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [GE Hammond MS physics]

    You talk the talk but
    you can't walk the walk

    Let's hear you or anyone else, make
    "one significant scientific objection"
    to the SPOG and I will respond –
    but "ad hominem heckle-baiting"
    isn't even "openers" in this
    Poker game.

    George

     
  17. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    [GE Hammond MS physics]
    Na... I live on Cape Cod practically within sight of
    JFK's house on Squaw Island. The place is crawling
    with state and local police and federal agents at all
    times since there are 350 members of the Kennedy
    clan, many of them public officials, who visit there
    frequently. There are no "nuclear missile sites" in the
    state of Massachusetts that I'm aware of, much less
    anywhere near summer resort area Cape Cod.

    George
     
  18. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    George being an accidental extra in Jaws would be his biggest achievement.

    Sorry, was brainstorming a Far Side comics strip...

    Do carry on outing yourself as one of the biggest current cranks around, mr great Hammond.
     
  19. sideshowbob Sorry, wrong number. Valued Senior Member

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    Logical objections come before scientific objections and your nonsense is riddled with logical errors.
    Why is it that cranks never understand what an ad hominem is?

    If I say you're wrong because you're an idiot, that's an ad hominem. If I say you're wrong and you're also an idiot, that's not an ad hominem
    See above. Logical objections open.
     
  20. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Don't be silly, George.

    Baldeee already spent some time tearing your "proof" to pieces. As for my questions and objections, well, you've mostly pretended not to hear them. It's a waste of my time trying to engage with you. That's why I'm mostly just posting the occasional comment from the sidelines on this.
     
  21. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    Crank or nutter, though?

    I'm inclined to think nutter. Which is why I'm not engaging George.
     
  22. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    My font is bigger than yours, which means ideas are truer than yours, HA!
     
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  23. George E Hammond Registered Senior Member

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    GE Hammond MS physics]
    I'm about done here James R, but there are a few
    last posts concerning the Relativity connection to
    the SPOG, which demonstrate conclusively that: –

    God is a (large) Einsteinian curvature
    of subjective space-time


    Using the "Ricci scalar curvature" (essentially the
    Gaussian curvature) of 4 dimensional space-time.

    Fortunately, using Maxima and Mathematica the
    final result is exceedingly neat and concise and as
    clear as Mountain Springwater, and only a page
    long !

    Unfortunately your posting system makes it very
    difficult to write advanced mathematics since
    there is no "equation editor".

    Fortunately Microsoft Word has a powerful
    equation editor and I am writing the next post
    using that – although it is quite tedious to do
    so – and it will appear in a few days when I
    finally get it composed.

    George
     
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