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22-05-2014, 06:19 PM
On the Reliability of Human Intuition



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22-05-2014, 06:28 PM (This post was last modified: 22-05-2014 06:35 PM by Jeremy E Walker.)
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:19 PM)Vosur Wrote:  


0:58....

"As a rule, they do not hold up very well at all...."

Ok, where is the citation for this? Where is the support? He gives nothing to support this statement.



ROFL at 5:35!

The excitement builds in his geeky voice when he quotes a scientist saying something he thinks quite profound:

"No one understand quantum mechanics!"

The very next statement is:

"Quantum mechanics tells us........blah blah blah"

CricketsCricketsCrickets

Uhhh......


Okay.....


If no one understands quantum mechanics then no one can say "quantum mechanics tells us blah blah blah....."


Fail.
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22-05-2014, 06:35 PM
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:28 PM)Jeremy E Walker Wrote:  
(22-05-2014 06:19 PM)Vosur Wrote:  


0:58....

"As a rule, they do not hold up very well at all...."

Ok, where is the citation for this? Where is the support? He gives nothing to support this statement.



ROFL at 5:35!

The excitement builds in his geeky voice when he quotes a scientist saying something he thinks quite profound:

"No one understand quantum mechanics!"

The very next statement is:

"Quantum mechanics tells us........blah blah blah"

CricketsCricketsCrickets

Uhhh......


Okay.....


If no one understands quantum mechanics then no one can say "quantum mechanics tells us blah blah blah....."


Fail.

Fuck off already scumbag!!!

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22-05-2014, 06:37 PM (This post was last modified: 22-05-2014 06:43 PM by Vosur.)
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:28 PM)Jeremy E Walker Wrote:  0:58....

"As a rule, they do not hold up very well at all...."

Ok, where is the citation for this? Where is the support? He gives nothing to support this statement.
You know, you should really try watching the entire video before criticizing it.

Posted by Vosur - Today 06:19 PM
Posted by Jeremy E Walker - Today 06:28 PM

The video is 14 minutes (not 9 minutes) long, which is why I know for a fact that you haven't watched it all when you made that post. Smartass

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22-05-2014, 06:43 PM
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:37 PM)Vosur Wrote:  
(22-05-2014 06:28 PM)Jeremy E Walker Wrote:  0:58....

"As a rule, they do not hold up very well at all...."

Ok, where is the citation for this? Where is the support? He gives nothing to support this statement.
You know, you should really try watching the entire video before criticizing it.

Posted by Vosur - Today 06:19 PM
Posted by Jeremy E Walker - Today 06:28 PM

The video is 14 minutes (not 11 minutes) long, which is why I know for a fact that you haven't watched it all when you made that post. Smartass

Even worse: 6:28 – 6:19 = 9 minutes.

We have enough youth. How about looking for the Fountain of Smart?
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22-05-2014, 06:43 PM
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:43 PM)Thinkerbelle Wrote:  Even worse: 6:28 – 6:19 = 9 minutes.
Man, I'm retarded.

Fixed. Dodgy

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22-05-2014, 06:52 PM
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:28 PM)Jeremy E Walker Wrote:  "No one understand quantum mechanics!"

The very next statement is:

"Quantum mechanics tells us........blah blah blah"

CricketsCricketsCrickets

Uhhh......


Okay.....


If no one understands quantum mechanics then no one can say "quantum mechanics tells us blah blah blah....."


Fail.

A lack of complete knowledge on a subject does not mean we have no knowledge on the subject you you intellectual chimp. You're either stupid or being purposefully dishonest in your rush to find an "I Gotcha" moment. My money is on BOTH.
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22-05-2014, 06:54 PM
RE: On the Reliability of Human Intuition
(22-05-2014 06:28 PM)Jeremy E Walker Wrote:  
(22-05-2014 06:19 PM)Vosur Wrote:  


0:58....

"As a rule, they do not hold up very well at all...."

Ok, where is the citation for this? Where is the support? He gives nothing to support this statement.



ROFL at 5:35!

The excitement builds in his geeky voice when he quotes a scientist saying something he thinks quite profound:

"No one understand quantum mechanics!"

The very next statement is:

"Quantum mechanics tells us........blah blah blah"

CricketsCricketsCrickets

Uhhh......


Okay.....


If no one understands quantum mechanics then no one can say "quantum mechanics tells us blah blah blah....."


Fail.

You clearly do not understand what QM is.

QM is a mathematical model which makes predictions of exquisite accuracy.

What QM means to our understanding of the fabric of reality is difficult to understand, especially to square it with "common sense".

You fail.

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Science is not a subject, but a method.
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