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    Well, since we are all ignorant and wrong and incapable of comprehending any possible evidence which are as yet to be presented/provided, I don't see any reason to keep feeding the arrogant monologuist.
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    Oh god help us...

    Perhaps positron paid for special stupid lessons.

    No, no massive caverns. Did you even read the article? So, for the hard of thinking, this quote: "The water is locked up in a mineral called ringwoodite about 660km (400 miles) beneath the crust of the Earth, researchers say."

    I suppose you think oil and gas comes from huge underground caves.

    Quote As for earthquakes, earth doesn't need to be solid all the way to the core for waves to travel all the way around.
    Again, you're flaunting your very limited understanding. It's embarrassing - really.








    And another thing. How come amateur astronomers have not detected the Moon's life supporting atmosphere absorping/distorting light from stars and the sun as it occults them? You've not answered that one yet.

    (Let's face it, some people are just stupid. There's very little point trying to engage with them.)

    Research note for positron (and anyone else who throws the word around without comprehension) regarding the meaning of "debunk":
    • expose the falseness or hollowness of an idea or belief.
    • reduce the inflated reputation of someone.
    • to show that something is less important, less good, or less true than it has been made to appear
    • to expose the sham or falseness
    • to expose or excoriate a claim, assertion, sentiment, etc. as being pretentious, false, or exaggerated

      I think that nails it.

      Remember, this is the forum where science and spirituality meet.
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    Quote Posted by Nick Matkin (here)
    Oh god help us...

    Perhaps positron paid for special stupid lessons.
    Ha. Ironically, you are a schoolbook example of stupidity.

    Quote I suppose you think oil and gas comes from huge underground caves. :facepalm
    LOL. They do NOT know this water is locked in ringwoodite, they ASSUME it is, you fool. And no, i don't think nor did i imply oil and gas are found in caves.

    Quote Again, you're flaunting your very limited understanding. It's embarrassing - really.
    Only thing embarassing is your ignorance. Posting images of seismic waves from google images we have all seen before only shows your lack of understanding of what has been said so far. The deflected waves producing shadow zones can be result of some other mechanism, i have been thinking about that before your stupid reply. We just don't know the exact structure of the core area, it's all assumptions. Ancient sources talk about hollow core and huge caverns between the core and the surface, it is foolish to dismiss it all because of "shadow zones". But then again, it is no wonder coming from a fool like you.

    Quote Let's face it, some people are just stupid. There's very little point trying to engage with them.
    I agree with that, some people are VERY stupid...and you are such a good example. Don't take this personally, but you are a complete idiot.
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    Positron and Nick - Cool it!

    Passionate debate is encouraged but the insults are *not cool*.

    Enough.

    If you are feeling triggered by this topic or each other, *walk away*. Please. Get some fresh air and return when you have sufficiently calmed down.

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    Quote Posted by Mike (here)

    Enough.
    Quite. positron has now been unsubscribed. Nick Matkin is a respected member of the community, clearly driven to distraction in the face of arrogance, credulousness, and poor understanding... always a combo that will end in tears.

    This quote seems appropriate:
    • Better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt.
    (Mistakenly attributed to both Mark Twain and Abraham Lincoln. The source is actually Maurice Switzer.)

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