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#1 exchemist

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 03:46 PM

Just so we know who we are dealing with, this poster has had many incarnations, due to being banned so frequently: Geon, Aethelwulf, Luscious, Graviphoton, Tom Vose, Trapped Light, Tsadi, SimonsCat...and Reiku, plus probably many more. 

 

Bans are generally for incontinent mathematical scribbling with no meaning. 

 

Most recently banned (as Geon) from Sciforums(.com) 6th Sept 2017:  http://sciforums.com...-7#post-3475455

 

and as Dubbelosix from Science Forums (.net) on 4th Dec 2107: http://www.sciencefo...-users/?page=22

 

And who is now accusing me of lying about these events on another thread in this forum.

 

I don't generally like to make this kind of post, but feel on this occasion, as I am accused of being a liar, I ought at least to document the facts I am relying on.  



#2 LaurieAG

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 05:27 PM

exechemist, if you analyse the like/dislike to post ratio of the various different usernames you will see that there are several groupings of names that have similar rates (positive or negative) within the grouping so it could actually be posts from more than one person. 



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Posted 20 January 2018 - 06:30 AM

exechemist, if you analyse the like/dislike to post ratio of the various different usernames you will see that there are several groupings of names that have similar rates (positive or negative) within the grouping so it could actually be posts from more than one person. 

However these are not my judgments but those of the moderation teams on three independent forums. My understanding is that forum moderation generally has access to data we users do not possess, such as IP addresses.  

 

Anyway, it's not a big deal: I started this thread just to defend myself a bit and to get any further argument away from poor Julian M's thread. He was understandably baffled by the sudden appearance of hostile and off-topic posts.


Edited by exchemist, 20 January 2018 - 06:35 AM.


#4 exchemist

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Posted 20 March 2018 - 02:35 AM

Reiku/Dubbelosix banned yet again from sciforums today, after trying to come back as a sock called "Study", and all his mathematical "knitting" deleted. 


Edited by exchemist, 20 March 2018 - 02:44 AM.


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Posted 13 August 2018 - 11:01 AM

AAAAaaaaa........... [into the void]........

 

Reiku banned yet again from sciforums: http://www.sciforums...4/#post-3535896



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Posted 18 August 2018 - 03:34 AM

It's far more amusing seeing the trolls get ahead of themselves. When they openly shun things they have no understanding about. There is a small population of people out there who will see through those accusations and the rest are fooled, even some of the mods, like Kitamaru. Liked how he said he asked the moderators and he got no reply back, seemingly then takes it upon himself, like he did last time. And you were fundamental to both bannings, just because you could. 

I don't like deceit, as when someone pretends to be someone else, in order to break the rules of a forum. Nor do I like incontinent mathematical scribbling. So yes, I'm always up for a chance to help get you banned again. :)  



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Posted 11 November 2018 - 03:53 AM

Reiku (Dubbelosix) banned yet again from the Science Forum yesterday, this time under the name "Graviphenom".



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 01:57 AM

Reiku (Dubbelosix) banned again today from Sciforums , this time under the name Route666, within 24hrs of posting more crap about bivector gravity etc. 


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Posted 28 February 2019 - 06:50 AM

Crap about subjects you know nothing about. You're such a jealous creature.



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 08:07 AM

Reiku (Dubbelosix) banned again today from Sciforums , this time under the name Route666, within 24hrs of posting more crap about bivector gravity etc. 

 

How many forums has he been banned from, that you know off ?



#11 exchemist

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Posted 28 February 2019 - 08:29 AM

How many forums has he been banned from, that you know off ?

Well there's cosmoquest, the science forum .com,  ditto .net  and then sciforums. I expect there are others but those are just the ones I know about.

 

The issue is more the number of attempted returns under sockpuppet names, after being banned for posting incoherent rubbish. You will see that when I started this thread a year ago I listed 9 names and that was not an exhaustive list. Since then there have been about half a dozen new attempts, that I am aware of. He's been at it for over a decade now.  I think it must be obsessional. He was going to cut back and write a book, wasn't he? But yet couldn't help trying yet again to post more stuff on sciforums yesterday, in spite of himself. So I reported him and he's gone again. It's like Whack-a-mole.

 

Reiku has even outlasted the spontaneous combustion nut we used to have (Lisa L, Gaia Girl, Frank Baker etc, he of the famous exploding thymus gland.) 



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 09:22 AM

You are giving out false information, you call a theory crap and I am quite sure you don't know anything about it. I was banned, from two forums, the two notably that you mention, not because I posted ''crap'' but because I did not hold my tongue after repeated warnings about my ''aggressive attitude'' online. When you have enough trolls around talking about subjects they clearly don't understand, then it becomes an issue for me. A good example is your extraordinary comments on zero point fields, which by the way, you haven't attempted to defend yourself in the thread I created - I wonder why that is.

It is 4 (four) forums, not two, and those are only the ones I know of. And on the .net forum and sciforums between them, you have been banned not once but at least a dozen times over.  

 

I have made no comment on "zero point fields", whatever they may be. You are having your habitual - and selective - comprehension trouble again.  I explained why you were in error in thinking that zero point energy contributes to temperature. But I'm not going through all that again. It has all been said, so there is zero point.  :winknudge:

 

Good luck with the book. I hope it is not about science.   



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 10:00 AM

Readers will doubtless draw their own conclusions. 



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 10:13 AM

Readers will doubtless draw their own conclusions. 

 

I am strongly suspecting Autism or Aspergers Syndrome https://en.wikipedia...perger_syndrome



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 10:20 AM

I am strongly suspecting Autism or Aspergers Syndrome https://en.wikipedia...perger_syndrome

Bingo! 



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Posted 28 February 2019 - 10:35 AM

Bingo! 

 

It could explain the abusive obsessive behaviour, and interest in mathematics. Apparently its hereditary. 


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Posted 28 February 2019 - 11:08 AM

It might be hereditary. There are a number of studies trying to figure out what causes it.  Interest in mathematics, was only one thing I became obsessed in, music was the first, I became an accomplished piano player. I have since given it up, but I took a strong interest in chess, which has been a more recent obsession. I became successful in these area's, probably because of aspergers.

 

I have a friend whose son has Aspergers, who composes his own music. He writes about 30 seconds of music then stops. When a tune comes into his head goes to his room, to play his music. Problem is he does not connect the tracks together to form anything longer, which is disappointing as he is good. He is also interested in Chess, and has tried repeatedly to beat me. 

 

He lives with his mum, who suspects he got the Aspergers from her, as she is also a bit of a character, ie a bit strange, which makes her interesting. She has a Phd in biology, and is chaotic in her thought processes. She is also an extreme techno geek and can can obsess on a subject for a while then switch to another. Her house is full of gizzmos, which have overflowed. She is not able to throw anything out. She refused to use windows computers insisting the rest of the world was wrong, until the last couple of years when she has been forced over due to work and her other obsessions. 

 

I think we all know you a bit better now, are you diagnosed Aspergers by a doctor or is it a self diagnostic?