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I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why #8966
05/02/2019 02:27 PM
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Lack of support, ignorance, lack of support, it's all about the money and who receives the gratitude for it!

That's pretty much the whole reason why, it's not fun!

It's like working for your money only to realize later someone else got it, that kinda feeling! I had plans for my science in the future to give you more. But I can't wait forever to get their support, I've gotta go on with my own life!

Goodbye I won't be around for at least a few years or at all I might stay a legend.

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Shark] #8973
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I`ve personally have seen more and more people moving away from science lately, I personally never minded it but lately it seems it`s going in a wrong direction sort of perhaps and just not for the fun of reading it with people

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Shark] #8975
05/03/2019 07:21 AM
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It's not rewarding. No one gives a crap if you made a big invention or solved an unsolved problem. But they should! We geniuses can solve problems in a day where ordinary scientists would take 50 years or more. We have an extended mind that allows us to think in a way you normally wouldn't think. We simply see more details around us.

Fortunately in my case I have benefit from my own discovery. I would still take the truth over a trillion dollars.

I did not try to sell my knowledge I instead published it on the same day I finished converting it into words. I wish others would be so kind with their reaction! But they have not changed a bit since Nikola Tesla! Means they're not much better as the people back then.

But the funny thing is I already knew this upfront.

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Shark] #8995
05/05/2019 06:03 PM
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That's probably a good idea shark. You give proper science a bad name.

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Anonymous] #9014
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That's probably a good idea shark. You give proper science a bad name.

Say this with your name coward. He only has less followers than the official science. And we all have to start somewhere. My physics teacher has agreed with him. You just don't have enough brain cells to understand.

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Shark] #9015
05/07/2019 08:24 AM
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Is Shark mentally ill since he has made up that he is smart and know something about science stuff, he is feeling his very large ego alot it seems, perhaps he is mentally ill

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Anonymous] #9019
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Is Shark mentally ill since he has made up that he is smart and know something about science stuff, he is feeling his very large ego alot it seems, perhaps he is mentally ill

No, you are! And would you dare saying this again with your official name? It's unfair talking bad about other people as a phantom. You're a coward.

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Shark] #9021
05/07/2019 01:15 PM
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Shark is a new genius of our time. I'd be careful what you say about him if you don't want to look dumb in the end. He will be famous soon as the greatest genius of our time.

It makes perfect sense to me what he's saying. And I can't deny his loyal subscribers any longer. He's the real deal.

To you Shark I say thx for sharing your noble discovery! You're also a hero since you say you knew it upfront that it will most likely not benefit you. But it will! Just give it some time.

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05/08/2019 02:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shark is a new genius of our time. I'd be careful what you say about him if you don't want to look dumb in the end. He will be famous soon as the greatest genius of our time.

It makes perfect sense to me what he's saying. And I can't deny his loyal subscribers any longer. He's the real deal.

To you Shark I say thx for sharing your noble discovery! You're also a hero since you say you knew it upfront that it will most likely not benefit you. But it will! Just give it some time.


I can tell you now nothing will happen, it is all made up

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Shark is a new genius of our time. I'd be careful what you say about him if you don't want to look dumb in the end. He will be famous soon as the greatest genius of our time.

It makes perfect sense to me what he's saying. And I can't deny his loyal subscribers any longer. He's the real deal.

To you Shark I say thx for sharing your noble discovery! You're also a hero since you say you knew it upfront that it will most likely not benefit you. But it will! Just give it some time.


I can tell you now nothing will happen, it is all made up

We'll see about that! But you're still a coward. Say this with your real name. Afraid to lose a bet?

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Re: I'm leaving the science life behind me, here's why [Re: Anonymous] #9031
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Shark is a new genius of our time. I'd be careful what you say about him if you don't want to look dumb in the end. He will be famous soon as the greatest genius of our time.

It makes perfect sense to me what he's saying. And I can't deny his loyal subscribers any longer. He's the real deal.

To you Shark I say thx for sharing your noble discovery! You're also a hero since you say you knew it upfront that it will most likely not benefit you. But it will! Just give it some time.

Thx. I actually wish in a way to hear their arguments that would bust my logical testable theory. But some of them only say I'm wrong. I can't work with that!๐Ÿ˜

Anyway I'm leaving the science life behind me also because I cannot financially affort it. I have to work for my money and I also have a life I want to use my free time on.

I myself see no future working with official science groups. They have to overcome their ego first, to accept that there's no title in the world can top a genius! I know there are some real scientist who would agree with me. But there are only so few they can't change anything.

I also don't care about it anymore. I moved on.

Cheers!๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿค ๐Ÿป

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Life is simply too good at what it does for it to stop right here on this planet. Life did not ask. It just took. It has happened before and it will happen again. I believe it happens all of the time on other planets too!
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