Art Neuendorffer is a fake genius?

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Rehman

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Aug 21, 2010, 8:47:18 AM8/21/10
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I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer! Is he really a
genius as he claims or is just a copycat? Any evidence in any case?

Mark Houlsby

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Aug 21, 2010, 8:57:00 AM8/21/10
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On 21 Aug, 13:47, Rehman <hrwri...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer! Is he really a
> genius as he claims or is just a copycat? Any evidence in any case?

Lots of evidence that he's neither. He's just mentally ill.

He keeps recycling his cryptography, which actually reveals more
about the state of his mind than it reveals about anything else.

He is impervious to repeated citations of clear evidence that he
is quite mistaken, and so he keeps recycling the same old
nonsense over and over, which is different from being a copycat.

He shows some signs of OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder).

neufer

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Aug 21, 2010, 7:22:42 PM8/21/10
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Rehman <hrwri...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer!

> Is he really a genius as he claims?

Absolutely!

Mark Houlsby

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Aug 21, 2010, 7:24:53 PM8/21/10
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On 21 Aug, 13:47, Rehman <hrwri...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer! Is he really a
> genius as he claims or is just a copycat? Any evidence in any case?

http://groups.google.co.uk/group/humanities.lit.authors.shakespeare/msg/663155c8f54b6013?hl=en

See what I mean, Rehman?

Quite mad.

neufer

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Aug 21, 2010, 8:03:17 PM8/21/10
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Rehman <hrwri...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer!

> Is he really a genius as he claims?

Absolutely!

That is why gHoulsby is so obsessed with me.

Art Neuendorffer

Mark Houlsby

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Aug 21, 2010, 8:06:54 PM8/21/10
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On 21 Aug, 13:47, Rehman <hrwri...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer! Is he really a
> genius as he claims or is just a copycat? Any evidence in any case?

http://groups.google.co.uk/group/humanities.lit.authors.shakespeare/msg/350d79435b441961?hl=en%F2%A1%B9%B3c8f54b6013

See what I mean?

elizabeth weir

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Aug 22, 2010, 1:37:47 PM8/22/10
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Art, who is that woman running NOAA and
is she fibbing about the oil plumes in the Gulf?
Did you retire from NOAA because of her?

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neufer

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Aug 22, 2010, 2:15:24 PM8/22/10
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elizabeth weir <neonpr...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Art, who is that woman running NOAA

Dr. Jane_Lubchenco seen here
wearing an Oxford five pointed star:
http://tinyurl.com/2e3f33u

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Lubchenco

elizabeth weir <neonpr...@gmail.com> wrote:

> and is she fibbing about the oil plumes in the Gulf?

Not that I know of.

That plume was observed way back in June;
nobody knows what or where it is today.

elizabeth weir <neonpr...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Did you retire from NOAA because of her?

Certainly not.

Art Neuendorffer

nordicskiv2

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Aug 24, 2010, 3:33:47 PM8/24/10
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In article
<37bdd341-e636-431f...@v35g2000prn.googlegroups.com>,
elizabeth weir <neon...@gmail.com> wrote:

[...]


> Art, who is that woman running NOAA and

Anyone literate with access to the resources of a modestly equipped
public library can readily check that "that woman running NOAA" is Dr.
Jane Lubchenco, who holds an endowed chair in Marine Biology and is a
Distinguished Professor of Zoology at her institution. She has done
highly esteemed research in a number of areas, among them climate
change and biodiversity, is the recipient of a dozen honorary degrees,
was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, and is a member of the National
Academy of Sciences. Her outspokenness in airing her concerns about
climate change and about the state of the oceans has made her a
lightning rod for criticism from that segment of the right-wing press
that elevates ideology above fact, as Elizabeth habitually does.

> is she fibbing about the oil plumes in the Gulf?

Huh? What -- apart from her usual paranoia -- induces Elizabeth to
suspect that that Lubchenco is "fibbing"?

> Did you retire from NOAA because of her?

Huh?! What *on earth* -- apart from her usual uninformed paranoia
-- induces Elizabeth to suspect that Art retired from NOAA because of
Lubchenco?!

neufer

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Aug 24, 2010, 10:17:54 PM8/24/10
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elizabeth weir <neonpr...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> Art, who is that woman running NOAA?

Chu is the man running the Department of Energy.

Watt is a unit of energy.

I don't know Lubchenco.

Art Neuendorffer

Melanie Sands

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Aug 27, 2010, 8:02:48 AM8/27/10
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http://www.star.nesdis.noaa.gov/smcd/spb/contact.html

Woooo! I am seriously impressed.

Melanie

Mark Houlsby

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Aug 27, 2010, 1:27:00 PM8/27/10
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Quite a coterie of troll buddies you're forming.

Mark

Goetz Kluge

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Sep 5, 2021, 1:17:00 PMSep 5
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On Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 2:47:18 PM UTC+2, The Terrorland wrote:
> I'm puzzled about the behavior of Art Neuendorffer! Is he really a
> genius as he claims or is just a copycat? Any evidence in any case?

Arthur Neuendorffer perhaps is in Oxford what Alois Kabelschacht is in room 354 of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich.

Arthur Neuendorffer

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Sep 5, 2021, 1:54:29 PMSep 5
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> Arthur Neuendorffer perhaps is in Oxford what Alois Kabelschacht is
> in room 354 of the Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich.
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<<Stronzo Bestiale is not the only “ghost” who has sneaked into scientific papers. The Max Planck Institute for Physics in Munich has its own prolific fictional researcher, Prof. Alois Kabelschacht. Apparently, in the 1970s, all rooms at the MPI were designated with room number and the name of the researcher working in the office. No research was, however, carried out behind door number 354: this was where the cable duct was hidden. And with German orderliness, the room was duly named “Kabelschacht”, the German term for cable duct. This gave rise to the running gag among employees that, if any problems arise, they could go talk to Mister Kabelschacht. At the MPI, only professors’ nameplates carried their titles, e.g. Prof. Heisenberg. Eventually, also the office of visiting professors were marked with Prof. And over time, employees at the MPI decided that also Mister Kabelschacht deserved a title for being so helpful in their discussion. Eventually, door number 354 carried the plate: “Prof. A. Kabelschacht”. And now that Kabelschacht was professor, MPI members also decided that he should publish papers. Prof. Kabelschacht’s first co-authored paper was with Peter Breitenlohner in 1979 in Nuclear Physics B. This paper was followed by several others, including one written only by Alois Kabelschacht in 1987 on a method now used in the programmin language LaTeX. In contrast to Stronzo Bestiale, Prof Alois Kabelschacht’s research is still going strong: in 2008, “Prof. Alois Kabelschacht” published a paper on high energy physics, again in Nuclear Physics B. And you can befriend Kabelschacht on Facebook, though he’s sadly not been active since 2013.>>
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