About Ken [was: Could a cell membrane provide an electromagnetic shield]

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Sun Feb 15 00:06:03 EST 2004


"k p Collins" <kpaulc@[----------]earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> "r norman" <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
> news:qq8t209ahdsfv06ahud80a9hmgdf9ns66g at 4ax.com...
> > On Sat, 14 Feb 2004 08:51:22 -0500, Doktor DynaSoar
> > <targeting at OMCL.mil> wrote:
> >
> > >On Thu, 12 Feb 2004 08:31:28 -0500, r norman <rsn_ at _comcast.net>
> > >wrote:
> > >
> > >} As a rapidly aging guy brought up in the Eisenhower era to be polite
> > >} and respectful, I find truly appalling the level of civil discourse
> > >} all too often practiced on news groups.  (Not this one so much). I
> > >} think I made it pretty clear that neither I nor anyone else in the
> > >} universe believes his theories.  But I didn't feel it necessary to be
> > >} rude about it.
> > >}
> > >
> > >I'd like it to be known that I have nothing against him and his
> > >"theories" I only have something against him expounding them at
> > >unsuspecting people asking serious questions. They're very often
> > >students, and posting in a non-alt newsgroup might expect real answers
> > >to their questions. I think they deserve the chance to find the right
> > >answers, and that sometimes necessarily includes indicating a given
> > >answer is wrong. If in doing so I can shorten the time it takes to
> > >make the effect stick, and therfore decrease the long term traffic
> > >noise level, I will.
> > >
> > >Compare him with John Winston. John hangs out in the UFO and
> > >paranormal groups, regularly posting things he's found along those
> > >lines. If someone asks him a question about something he knows or has
> > >material on, he posts it. He's been doing this for 15 years on usenet
> > >and Fidonet before that. He's impervious to flames because he knows
> > >he's done nothing to give people cause to be upset with him. Never has
> > >he done the equivalent to what goes on here, such as answering every
> > >question by claiming it's related to motion (because after all, all
> > >energy and matter are in motion) and then relating it to Bob Lazar's
> > >"discovery" that the anti-gravity engines in the flying saucers at
> > >Area 51 run on element 115. I've been a major fan of John Winston (for
> > >his behavior, not his material) for all of those 15 years. No one can
> > >claim that in all that time he misled anyone.
> >
> > I apologize.  An inexplicable twitch of my thumb on the mouse caused
> > me to post, not just one, but two unfinished posts.
> >
> > Ken's posts are most definitely disruptive.  But he is not going to
> > stop just because we tell him that.  I don't know his problem, but I
> > can't help him.  My point is that I demean myself by getting nasty and
> > vicious and it still doesn't solve anything.
> >
> > I further apologize for even suggesting that such nastiness had
> > occurred in this group.  I had not.  It is just that I read the
> > incredible flaming that goes on in groups like talk.origins and then
> > come here all riled up and overreact.
> >
> > Ken, if you are reading -- you are entitled to post your theories.
> > But you are entitled to do it just once and then stop.  You are
> > entitled to respond to other posts and queries.  But just once. It
> > really is an abuse of news group protocol to answer your own posts and
> > do it again and again and again.  There are threads where you post
> > four, six, even eight, ten or twelve posts in a row.  If you have
> > something to say, say it once and stop.  If you think of more to add
> > later, too bad.  That means you shouldn't post anything until you have
> > thought it through sufficiently.  I won't attribute psychological
> > pathologies behind your behavior but you should know at least that is
> > not normal especially in a group that is supposed to be devoted to
> > science and not to advocacy or disputation.
>
> Sorry, Dr. Norman, what you've posted, quoted
> below, is B. S., and you should know that [by now].
>
> And, beside, what you've said about my replying to
> my own posts is contrary to the dynamics inherent
> in =all= non-trivial 'memory'-center-of-mass shifts
> [the dynamics of which I discussed in long-former
> posts [involves glial function, and derives in then-
> current globally-integrated 3-D energydynamics]].
>
> So, I'll 'follow the energy-gradient' to there's Worth
> in doing so, 'thank-you-very-much'.
>
> Think about it, a bit.
>
> How to you expect that New-stuff can be communicated
> if the only one who knows it is 'silenced' by arbitrarily-
> imposed 'rules'?
>
> I'm working on behalf of folks who Suffer - folks upon
> whom Neuroscience has 'turned-its-back'.
>
> And you propose 'rules' that, if I adhered to them, would
> have only the 'result' of me, also, turning my back upon
> them.
>
> Have I, in the past, given you more Credit than is your Due?

The other thing is that, after the 33+ 'years', I'm a bit 'beat-up'.

What do folks 'expect'?

33+ 'years' of seeing the Need, doing what's Necessary, but
being ever-more 'ostracized', is 'all-sweetness-and-light'?

I'm Hurting, big-'time'.

=Not= from anything that was inherent in doing the work, but
as a result of the intense 'aloneness' that the doing of the work
imposed, compounded by folks 'moving away from'.

"But you have no idea what it's like to be alone." ["Lucy", in
=While You Were Sleeping=]

ken [k. p. collins]






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