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Topic: Science is Boring!!
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Science is Boring!!
Posted: Mar 28, 2013 5:34 PM
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Science is boring!! I was asked why we should build a better
microscope and the real answer is because I'm the leader and I say so.
The real impetus behind Schrodinger's cat was for Schrodinger to prove
that he wasn't boring... There could not possibly be a more boring
branch of science than any branch of science that builds clocks. What
makes science even more boring in America is the fact that the
security establishment has a stick up the ass of any science
establishment that wants to make things more interesting. The Virgin
Mary is boring... which is why she fits right in to the science
establishment in America. I do get the whole gay thing. The gay thing
comes about due to the fact that the system is boring and it intends
to become even more boring for future referance. If I'm a bigot then
it is because I'm not boring. If I'm racist, antisemetic, or sexist
then it is because I'm not boring. Quoting me means quoting me out of
context. It is ironic that the lesbians say that government can't
legislate morality given that their entire paradigm exists due to
their concerted efforts to drill everyone else with their morality. I
could go to the physics department at Rice U because... I'm possibly
the only private citizen in the USA who has any genuine interest in

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