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    Fkn lol. Is that Flair on the mic saying “Oh...

    Fkn lol. Is that Flair on the mic saying “Oh god” as the poverty shockmaster is falling through the wall?
  • Do you even believe in natural selection? If...

    Do you even believe in natural selection? If I’m not mistaken, you were always questioning evolution and natural selection (facts of biology) in other threads.
  • It’s a fun problem. A lot of people think the...

    It’s a fun problem. A lot of people think the quickest path would be a straight line, but no.

    Another case of mistaken identity: some think the curve made by a hanging wire attached to two poles...
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    Isn’t “tradie engineering” a bit redundant?

    Isn’t “tradie engineering” a bit redundant?
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    Weren’t you just the one up thread saying that at...

    Weren’t you just the one up thread saying that at 1% infected, the hypothetical example would translate to ~90%? And you are telling other people they don’t understand Bayes’ Theorem? Also...
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    Poll: Not a response, this is just you stating...

    Not a response, this is just you stating something that you want to be the case. Doesn’t work that way.

    Anyone can just say anything:

    -“A triangle has 4 sides”

    ^^^^
    Need not be true (in...
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    1% infected correlates to 50%....

    1% infected correlates to 50%....
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    You are missing a big point the calculation in...

    You are missing a big point the calculation in that video largely rests upon: it works out this way because the disease itself has to be rare....in the hypothetical example given in the video, it’s...
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    Without free will (yes it’s a very questionable,...

    Without free will (yes it’s a very questionable, if even a meaningful concept), then your example of mentally ill and frontal lobe abnormal activity is not even needed....no one controls what they...
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    This, again, is a different issue than the...

    This, again, is a different issue than the elementary school valedictorian issue. You seem to be going on about a “gifted” program now.

    This concept is overrated for kids that age imo, and it can...
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    So is this the misc equivalent of the guy...

    So is this the misc equivalent of the guy rambling on the street corner about salvation and the end times?
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    You are trying to expand this conversation into...

    You are trying to expand this conversation into something it’s not. I’m saying there is no need to crown valedictorians, whatever that even means in elementary school, at that age. A lot of...
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    Good post

    Good post
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    Placing students in advanced or gifted classes...

    Placing students in advanced or gifted classes (can also be a silly thing sometimes) is different than ranking kids academically school-wide and crowning a valedictorian at that age (again, I think...
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    Poll: Also, according to Paddington’s logic, since he...

    Also, according to Paddington’s logic, since he keeps changing the reason why the coin tossing prophecy and biblical prophecy are fundamentally different (they are not):

    if there is no one...
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    Poll: Paddington must be doing his rounds today. ...

    Paddington must be doing his rounds today.

    Again your post makes no sense. Please see above posts- they are quite clear and dismiss the nonpoint of prophecy.

    To contrast, here are some facts-...
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    I think we are exaggerating the role of IQ (an...

    I think we are exaggerating the role of IQ (an overrated concept anyway) here if we are talking about 4th and 5th grade academics. What are they doing, long division and basic arithmetic? It's just...
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    Nah

    Nah
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    ....because it’s elementary school. Not exactly...

    ....because it’s elementary school. Not exactly about the academic load and I’m not sure what the point of singling kids out at that age is.
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