I would love it if people would stop posting, “What is creatine?” Others would love it if I would shut up. Again, that’s the nature of a public forum.
Anyhow, I personally found your, “Look at all these deep thoughts I have when not doing neuroscience papers” to be hilariously pretentious. I’m all for talking about mind-blowing shit. But if you’re going to draw attention to your thoughts - well… at least make them interesting.
Anyhow, this raises an interesting question: Who is more wrong - the guy who calls a post stupid, or the person who wrote the stupid post? Sure, a guy could ignore a post he didn’t like. Or people could stop making stupid posts.
You misread me, probably because most of your posts are attempts to show off your mental prowess in what is your own little version of a mental pissing contest. Lighten up a little. Not all posts have to interest you.
Less than a tenth of the posts on this site interest me, and I visit forums, partly, to alleviate boredom from whatever it is I’m doing, as was the case earlier today. That my question was in any way intended to be “deep” was a claim of yours, not mine.
Learn to distinguish posts where a good faith effort to research the topic beforehand is present from those where it is absent and reserve your condescending attitude for the latter. Moreso than trying to attract attention to my thoughts or however you put it, I was (honestly) interested in knowing whether the kind of strength I was referring to was attainable to the point of being effective.
Maybe the answer is obvious to you. Great. Whatever. It’s not to me. And if you can’t be bothered to respond to such a mind bogglingly stupid question, that’s fine. You could move on, and that’s understandable. However, you choose to piss in the thread for no apparent reason other than to mock or ridicule, which is something that’s not so understandable.[/quote]
I find that most people who post on internet forums are incapable of engaging in dialectics and instead choose to attack people through some perceived polarisation in opinion.
Inevitably it leads people away from a scientific debate and into high school playground land.