Quote# 29548

Chemical reactions don't have instructions inherently in them...the actions of molecules do. A chemical reaction is a physical event, the actions of molecules are a mental process.

supersport, CARM 48 Comments [10/3/2007 7:46:09 AM]
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The Last Conformist

I'm speechless.

10/3/2007 7:53:28 AM


...This guy should be... you know... wow. Nothing I can say against that, it's just so inherently retarded.

10/3/2007 8:03:31 AM


Keep taking the tablets mate....

10/3/2007 8:05:24 AM

Mr Smith

And just when you thought he couldn't get more batshit insane....

10/3/2007 8:13:14 AM



10/3/2007 8:13:24 AM


And supersport’s opinions would be the result of an absence of mental processes!

10/3/2007 8:29:38 AM

Unless you're speaking about a new boy band or the name of a local football team(everything is possible), molecules are and always will be the junction of atoms and they can't be the product of a mental process.

10/3/2007 8:43:08 AM


I'd like to know the difference between an action and an event. I'd also like to know what part of the mental process is not a chemical or molecular (re)action.

10/3/2007 9:03:19 AM


Wait what?!?

10/3/2007 9:17:19 AM


I think supersport got so stupid his brain imploded.

10/3/2007 9:19:21 AM


Supersport had a sock puppet named Santiago over at IIDB recently. It was entertaining for about 2 days then the same tired old idiocy. Then he got found out and banned again thankfully.

I really wanted to Santiago, afdave, and spiritdad have a go at The Flud™ in a thread together. Hilarity would surely ensue.

10/3/2007 9:23:22 AM


Supersport has just reached a level of gobbledegookery I would not have believed possible.

10/3/2007 9:24:27 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

The good thing is, those molecules that supersport claims can think always react in predictable ways and never display original thought. Ergo, molecules are fundies.

10/3/2007 9:27:58 AM

Bob Dole

What what what?

10/3/2007 9:37:22 AM


What's the difference between "chemical reactions" and "the actions of molecules"? I thought the former was a subset of the latter. Am I missing something? Oh. Of course. It's Supersport ...

10/3/2007 9:37:51 AM


You know precisely dick about Chemistry, don't you, sport?

10/3/2007 9:45:34 AM


You failed chem, didn't you?

10/3/2007 10:06:44 AM


You fail at chemistry, but then, considering that you are one of the top 3 biggest morons I've encountered on this site that's not a surprise.

10/3/2007 10:21:37 AM



10/3/2007 10:45:43 AM

Caustic Gnostic

I'm aware of your dearth of neurons, supersport, but really it takes more than rubbing a couple molecules together (and faith) to form a mental process.

10/3/2007 10:46:14 AM


The...oh it's supersport.

10/3/2007 11:19:03 AM


I know it's supersport, but what the fuck?

10/3/2007 12:31:31 PM


Someone took those school science videos with anthropomorphic cartoon molecules a little too literally.

Given some of sport's other ravings, and their basis in taking things literally, that's not entirely surprising.

10/3/2007 12:56:50 PM


Somehow, it seems less insane knowing supersport said it.

10/3/2007 2:05:14 PM

Old Viking

... the actions of molecules are a mental process.

It's been a long time since supersport has had a molecule checkup.

10/3/2007 2:47:46 PM

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