I just wanted to let everybody know how much of a liar he is.He claimed to have my IP address. I know he doesn't. I asked him to post it and when I woke up this morning I discovered he's taken a screenshot of his own VPN and is claiming to others that it is my IP address. It is not my IP address. He's a mountainous liar and a troll.
Throughout the confusion of Donald Trump's campaign and the chaotic events of his early days in the White House, one controversy has clung to the Trump team like glue: Russia.US intelligence agencies have concluded Moscow tried to sway the presidential election in favour of Mr Trump.It is alleged that Russian hackers stole information linked to the campaign of his rival Hillary Clinton and passed it to Wikileaks so it could be released to undermine her.Congressional committees were set up to investigate the matter and, in March, then-FBI director James Comey confirmed the bureau had its own inquiry.President Trump sacked Mr Comey on 9 May, citing his reason as "this Russia thing", in a move that shocked Washington and fuelled claims of a cover-up.However, it did not halt the investigation. On 18 May, the department of justice appointed ex-FBI director Robert Mueller as special counsel to look into the matter.Mr Mueller has not given any details of his investigation but US media have reported he is investigating Mr Trump for possible obstruction of justice, both in the firing of Mr Comey and whether Mr Trump tried to end an inquiry into sacked national security adviser Michael Flynn.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-38966846?intlink_from_url=http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/topics/cp7r8vgl2lgt/donald-trump&link_location=live-reporting-story
So I pray to a giant hairy beast God called Dave every night. And I know Dave is real because I've read about it in a book which was written by Dave himself and then defecated from his own bowels as a hallowed gift to mankind. You cannot question this belief because I have nothing to present as evidence in support of it, and hence you have nothing to scrutinise the authenticity of (pretty clever, huh?). Furthermore, all attacks against me are therefore moot because (insert smug line about faith here).
This guy needs to be banned for the simple reason that he isn't interested in honest debate. He writes massive long walls of complete and total bullshit in which he demonstrably and purposefully lies as much as he possibly can. I am highly suspicious that he may be a paid shill of some kind.To give you all a fine example, yesterday he mistakenly thought Socrates had written "The Republic" and that the book had been written about fascism (it was written in 380 BC!!). Under his @xMathFanx account, he then used these errors (the second of which was a deliberate lie) to write a 6,000 word defence of fascism. You can find the thread here:-http://www.createdebate.com/debate/show/Fascism_is_Good_Please_read_my_argumentShortly after that I realised, simply from comparing the writing styles, that @xMathFanx and the poster who opened the above thread under the pseudonym @Fascism, are actually the same person. The @xMathFanx account did not reply to me, but the @Fascism account did, and again he tried to lie about the facts. I corrected him again and left the thread.Then, this morning, when I checked my messages, there were more long, personal attacks from xMathFanx in which he called me stupid over and over and over again.I am 100 percent certain that the @xMathFanx and @Fascism accounts both belong to @Amarel. Anybody who converses with @Amarel for more than five minutes knows that he is a political fascist, and I find it incredibly unlikely that two more political fascists with exactly the same writing style as his are using this site to promote fascism.Another thing to remember is that @Amarel is a Hebrew and English is not his first language. He uses an online thesaurus to try to disguise this by deliberately complicating his language, but frequently he makes extremely basic grammatical errors which make it obvious what he is doing. The posts of @xMathFanx are filled with these same glaring grammatical inconsistencies.I truly believe this person may be a paid shill and I will explain why. Many people (myself included) are stubborn in their politics and many people will exaggerate or stretch reality in defence of them. But what @Amarel does is much different. He literally turns the truth upside down in much the same way that Hitler did. That is, he will do something wrong, and then accuse you of it in the next breath. He is fully aware that he is lying and he does it anyway in order to elicit emotional reactions which he then uses to falsely justify his vicious attacks against people.In summary. It isn't that this guy is stupid or ignorant. He is a purposeful and deliberate liar.
MarcusMoon is definitely his alt account. I think Antrim, FactMachine and Syrnge also belong to him. How many accounts does this guy actually need just to promote white nationalism and neo-Nazi politics?I hope to God he doesn't own the bronto accounts too. That would be too much.The guy is nuts. He keeps sending me links to stupid videos like the one below.
I am poignantly reminded of The Strange Case Of Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson. xMathFanx has two distinctly separate personalities which somehow co-exist within the same inordinately troubled mind. Provided you never contradict or correct him, he is an affable, engaging character and a real asset to any conversation. However, dare not criticise his understanding, his belief structure or his comprehension of ideas, because you will trigger the narcissistic, pathologically dishonest, ruthlessly villainous monster which resides within. I have proved two things to xMathFanx in recent days which he is deeply unhappy about.A) He cannot explain where the genetic code came from. B) He does not understand the simple implications of Einsteinian relativity.I first noticed his rejection of truthful integrity during the first debate. I had written a few paragraphs about the genetic code in which I specifically excoriated those who confuse biological DNA with the genetic code. He responded quite bizarrely (and in a manner I believed out of character at the time) by confusing biological DNA with the genetic code. Excluding the ambiguous nature of the genetic code, I challenged him to find any code which occurs naturally and has not needed to be created by a form of intelligence. His response was to insist the genetic code had evolved. Although I felt like mocking his desire to attribute a theory of the biological sciences to the entirely separate field of mathematical cryptology, I was extremely patient, and simply explicated to him that the genetic code is not evolving and has not evolved since it has resided on Earth. He began to become irrational at this time, and I considered it a good idea to leave until he came to his senses.However, after the second debate, in which I exposed his thorough inability to grasp what relative time actually means for the greater universe, I appear to have unleashed the beast. For the last three days he has written easily over 60,000 words of personal attacks, misrepresentation and name-calling, all aimed in my general direction. In fact, I'll be perfectly honest, it is reminiscent of being stalked by a deranged love reject. xMathFanx has exposed himself as an ideologically brainwashed right wing troll, rather than the slightly left-leaning institutional critic he purports himself to be. For example, last night he attacked me over and over and over again with the accusation that criticising his poor grasp of the sciences made me a "Conspiracy Theorist". He even capitalised the words!!!
It appears to have become commonplace in America to use the phrase "conspiracy theorist" as a form of blanket attack against anybody or anything which scrutinises or questions the status quo in any regard. In other words, if you question what you are told by political authority, you are to be mocked with this disparaging phrase and compared to people who believe Elvis is still alive. Strangely -- or perhaps not so strangely, dependent upon how clever you are -- you are never compared to people who think Jesus is still alive, since the status quo tells us this belief is perfectly normal, sane and rational.In fact, let's just examine the sheer, wanton untenability of trying to shut down arguments with this disingenuous personal attack instead of a dialectic of reason. Are right wing Americans presumably under some kind of illusion that conspiracies do not happen in the real world? Because history is absolutely littered with them. In Britain, we celebrate the gunpowder conspiracy plot as a public holiday on November 5th. The implication that, "You believe there was a conspiracy, therefore you are to automatically be mocked" is, quite frankly, one of the most egregious aberrations of logic I have ever stumbled across in my entire natural life. Indeed, I refer to the late great George Carlin, who famously redirected the mockery where it actually belongs, when he said: "Wow! The idea that powerful people sometimes get together and actually make a plan!"There was a populist resurgence in utilisation of the "conspiracy theorist" rhetorical attack in the wake of the 9/11 tragedy. Thenceforth, perhaps the real tragedy did not happen on 9/11, but rather in the subsequent months when dozens of academics were shut down for challenging the official version of events. Some of them were fired from their jobs; others quietly retired. Consider for example the fate of American physics professor Steven Jones, who was forced into early retirement by BYU, for publishing a paper entitled: "Why Indeed Did The WTC Buildings Completely Collapse?". Or consider Danish chemistry professor Niels Harrit, who has been the victim of smear attacks from the American right ever since publishing his 2009 study: "Active Thermitic Material Discovered In Dust From The 9/11 WTC Catastrophe." Dozens of scientists, architects, engineers and intellectuals have been attacked and shut down with this ignorant, cynical, pernicious smear that they are conspiracy theorists and hence everything they say is to be ignored and/or mocked. 9/11 was the day the American public demonstrated its dazzling gullibility to the rest of the world, and the sheer irony is that it was fooled by the "turn the truth upside down" rhetoric of the American right. The American public was quite simply convinced that the gullibility resided within those with the audacity to question what they were told. Everybody else became a patriotic American genius for pretending to understand the impossible physics and contradictory discourse of Shyam Sunder, head of the NIST "investigation". The government knew exactly what it was doing. It made a direct appeal to the egos of people trained from birth to be egotists, and those people fell for it.University research in Kent, England, suggests that contrary to the American version of reality, those who question the events of 9/11 are actually significantly more numerous than those who do not:-https://newsvoice.se/2013/07/15/nya-studier-konspirationsteoretiker-mer-sansade-an-mainstream-folk/
Just wondering.I'm sure the crooked right will be along shortly to warp reality like it were jell-O. God Nomenclature, you're such an idiot. Obviously the people with no money are the ones leeching off the system. Blah, blah, blah...
Hi there.Nobody can win a debate here because when one side proves their point the other becomes dishonest. I believe this evidences that debate has become a confrontation of ego rather than a confrontation of theories.Let me present my experiences from last night as an example. I was attacked for six hours with misrepresentation and misunderstanding for simply explaining the principle of relative time. According to Einsteinian theory, there is no universal clock. All points in time exist simultaneously just as all coordinates in space exist simultaneously. One consequence of this is a phenomena known as time dilation, which theorises that any two frames of reference can exist at different points in time relative to each other. Hence, if I skip from one to the other I can move either backwards or forwards through time, relative to the other, dependent upon whether the place I move to is chronologically behind or ahead the place I came from. Hence, I can say:-If point A is the Earth and point B is a neutron star (where gravity radically slows down time).If it is 5pm on Earth and 4pm on the neutron star.If I travel from point A to point B I have therefore moved back in time one hour relative to point A.Based on a misunderstanding of what time travel actually means, I was given a six thousand word lecture from xMathFanx, who previously I had a great deal of respect for, and as per usual I had Amarel in the background using misrepresentation and Thesaurus.Com to pretend he had some form of counterargument.If you are a physicist and want to criticise my rather basic understanding of physics, then absolutely fair enough. But xMathFanx is a philosopher and Amarel is simply a fascist who specialises in misrepresenting other people's arguments. I have a first class degree in journalism and I specialised in science journalism. In fact, that is not entirely accurate, because I specialised in physics journalism. Short of being an actual physicist, you are not going to find anybody more qualified to explain relativity to you. But these idiots think they can get away with a ten minute session on Google and use it to win a debate against someone who has had 4 years of training on the specific subject they are arguing about.Honestly, I'm beginning to see the utter futility of arguing with people here.
"Kill the Jews" (brontoraptor, 9 hours ago)http://www.createdebate.com/debate/show/If_You_Drown_A_Conservative_Are_You_Responsible_For_His_DeathDisgusting. Let's throw him in jail for inciting mass murder. Are you with me Jews?
I am personally terrified by this observation. Politics has literally become divided between soppy intellectuals and revisionist liars. You can see the divide on this very site. Of all the posters here who promote right wing politics, not a single one of them is intellectually honest.Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying there are no liars on the left. It's more that I'm saying it isn't a prerequisite. Most on the left either want to be or already are intellectuals. Intellectualism is not a general pursuit of liars.
Do liberals predominate on faculties? They do. Back in 2006, sociologist Solon Simmons and I conducted a national survey of professors' politics. Advocates of reform such as psychologist Jonathan Haidt, political scientists Jon Shields and Joshua Dunn, and New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof have used our findings to characterize college campuses as bastions of progressivism.http://beta.latimes.com/opinion/op-ed/la-oe-gross-academia-conservatives-hiring-20160520-snap-story.html