brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Jet thatjetnospam at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 20 16:47:46 EST 2002



Thalamus wrote:
> 
> "Jet" <thatjetnospam at yahoo.com> skrev i melding
> news:3D39DA74.CC28EB52 at yahoo.com...
> > > Well, I do present in a consistent matter
> > > Main Entry: fact
> > > Pronunciation: 'fakt
> > > Function: noun
> > > Etymology: Latin factum, from neuter of factus, past participle of
> facere
> > > Date: 15th century
> > > 1 : a thing done: as a obsolete : FEAT b : CRIME <accessory after the
> fact>
> > > c archaic : ACTION
> > > 2 archaic : PERFORMANCE, DOING
> > > 3 : the quality of being actual : ACTUALITY <a question of fact hinges
> on
> > > evidence>
> > > 4 a : something that has actual existence <space exploration is now a
> fact>
> > > b : an actual occurrence <prove the fact of damage>
> > > 5 : a piece of information presented as having objective reality
> > > - in fact : in truth
> > >
> > > You present, on the other hand
> > > Main Entry: 1bull·shit
> > > Pronunciation: 'bul-"shit also 'b&l-
> > > Function: noun
> > > Etymology: 1bull & 6bull
> > > Date: circa 1915
> > > usually vulgar : NONSENSE; especially : foolish insolent talk
> > >
> > > So, who wins ?
> > > I do, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !!!!
> > > What an idiot <shaking my head> - if you can't counter my claims, you
> end up
> > > resorting to
> > >
> > > Main Entry: 1ad ho·mi·nem
> > > Pronunciation: (')ad-'hä-m&-"nem, -n&m
> > > Function: adjective
> > > Etymology: New Latin, literally, to the person
> > > Date: 1598
> > > 1 : appealing to feelings or prejudices rather than intellect
> > > 2 : marked by an attack on an opponent's character rather than by an
> answer
> > > to the contentions made
> > >
> > > You see, this is important in the everyday life of a normal human being
> > > Main Entry: 1av·er·age
> > > Pronunciation: 'a-v(&-)rij
> > > Function: noun
> > > Etymology: from earlier average proportionally distributed charge for
> damage
> > > at sea, modification of Middle French avarie damage to ship or cargo,
> from
> > > Old Italian avaria, from Arabic 'awArIyah damaged merchandise
> > > Date: 1732
> > > 1 a : a single value (as a mean, mode, or median) that summarizes or
> > > represents the general significance of a set of unequal values b : MEAN
> 1b
> > > 2 a : an estimation of or approximation to an arithmetic mean b : a
> level
> > > (as of intelligence) typical of a group, class, or series <above the
> > > average>
> > > 3 : a ratio expressing the average performance especially of an athletic
> > > team or an athlete computed according to the number of opportunities for
> > > successful performance
> > > - on average or on the average : taking the typical example of the group
> > > under consideration <prices have increased on average by five percent>
> > > synonyms AVERAGE, MEAN, MEDIAN, NORM mean something that represents a
> middle
> > > point. AVERAGE is exactly or approximately the quotient obtained by
> dividing
> > > the sum total of a set of figures by the number of figures <scored an
> > > average of 85 on tests>. MEAN may be the simple average or it may
> represent
> > > value midway between two extremes <a high of 70° and a low of 50° give a
> > > mean of 60°>. MEDIAN applies to the value that represents the point at
> which
> > > there are as many instances above as there are below <average of a group
> of
> > > persons earning 3, 4, 5, 8, and 10 dollars a day is 6 dollars, whereas
> the
> > > median is 5 dollars>. NORM means the computed or estimated average of
> > > performance of a significantly large group, class, or grade <scores
> about
> > > the norm for 5th grade arithmetic>.
> > >
> > > Unlike you, who are
> > >
> > > Main Entry: de·lude
> > > Pronunciation: di-'lüd, dE-
> > > Function: transitive verb
> > > Inflected Form(s): de·lud·ed; de·lud·ing
> > > Etymology: Middle English, from Latin deludere, from de- + ludere to
> play --
> > > more at LUDICROUS
> > > Date: 15th century
> > > 1 : to mislead the mind or judgment of : DECEIVE, TRICK
> > > 2 obsolete a : FRUSTRATE, DISAPPOINT b : EVADE, ELUDE
> > > synonym see DECEIVE
> > > - de·lud·er noun
> > >
> > > Websters dictionary is a wonderful weapon against you idiotic rambling
> > > morons.
> > > Brian
> >
> > Oh, sweet irony.
> 
> So, now your finally recognize White superiority ?
> 
> Brian

You might want to crack open that Websters and look up "irony".

J



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