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By the way, an IQ of 173 is +11 standard deviations from the mean score of 100, which is just . . . fantastically idiotic. If you`re going to lie, at least make it believable.
Here is a site that explains the ranking of various IQ scores and lists the IQs of several "famous" geniouses:
An IQ of "173" would place our dear b3nzyme on par with such greats as Darwin, Kant, and Mozart and would surpass that of Einstein (who was purportedly around 160).
Take from that what you will.
Guess that just shows that NOBODY likes Michael Criton.
I didn`t think someone would so vehemently defend DHMO as being something other than water. The stupidity of our "enlightened" society really never ceases to amaze me.
Personally, I think that global warming is just a craze. I don`t think we fully understand the problem, or the planets natural mechanisms for dealing with it.
I know that humans affect climate. I`ve read about climate changes that occurred before and after the black death. I think that rather than adopting strangling legislation like the kyoto protocol, we should try and understand the mechanisms in place, and if possible, tend the earth like a garden and control the climate. That`s just my $0.02 though.
As for B3nzyme, dude, you gotta switch to decaf.
I know you good ol` boys down south have a problem with modern concepts such as chemistry, evolution, and grammar. I think I`ll just nod, smile and back away ever so slowly.
First of all, to those of you who took that article seriously and got upset about it. For shame. It`s satire.
Secondly, for those of you BELIEVED in "global cooling" and defended it. Oh my God, please do not breed.
DHMO (dihydrogen monoxide) is a HOAX that scientists and smartish people like to throw around to ILLUSTRATE THAT LAYPEOPLE ARE GULLIBLE. The very fact that this author has chosen to use DHMO in his topic proves that point. The DHMO website -- also a hoax.
DHMO was "invented" as a term among academia. I believe a pamphlet was circulated on some college campus and it caused quite an uproar. After that, a 14-year old student won a national science fair by authoring and circulating a petition for the government to "ban dihydrogen monoxide." The title of that student`s science fair project was "How Gullible Are We?"
Calm down. Learn to recgonize satire when you see it. Save for Janus Games