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    Could any scientists here give me a run down please on the validity of David Ickes teachings regarding frequencies, vibrations and how he manages to come to the conclusions he does using such scientific terms


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    Put very directly the following is largely true:

    His suggestions and proposals are purest nonsense.
    There is no scientific content whatsoever in his claims.
    He misuses and misapplies scientific terms in practically every instance.
    He provides no independent evidence for any of his claims.
    His conclusions are ludicrous and without any foundation.

    And these are his strong points. Let's not discuss his weaknesses.

    I hope that helps, but would be happy to clarify if required.


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    Icke comes to his conclusions because he's batsh*t crazy.
    The scientific terms he (mis)uses are co-opted in an effort to gull other people.
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    In the Australian vernacular, Icke is as mad as a cut snake.

    If you prefer something closer to his aimless gadding about from one misconstrued idea to another, mad as a box of frogs would do.
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    I remember John mentioning this guy to me a few months ago and I'd never heard him, anyway checked him out and he seems like a complete nutter obsessed by 'Lizard People' and ludicrous conspiracies, certainly not someone I could ever take seriously or glean any accurate factual information from.
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    I remember hearing him interviewed many years ago. He said something about being on a mountain when something went "click" and he became aware of all these things. I assumed at the time it was some sort of tiny stroke destroying parts of his brain.
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    In the Australian vernacular, Icke is as mad as a cut snake.
    no, this means to be pissed off, angry.

    he has kangaroos in the top paddock.
    Sometimes it is better not knowing than having an answer that may be wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Icke comes to his conclusions because he's batsh*t crazy.
    The scientific terms he (mis)uses are co-opted in an effort to gull other people.
    No good, to knock guano as being something bad or undesirable. Very valuable stuff. It can even be made into a useable high explosive by being appropriately nitrated.

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    Chrispen.

    Yeah - I tend to run the running-around-waving-your-arms-and-shouting-at-everyone kind of mad in together with the other kind.

    Kangaroos - you mean a couple of kangaroos loose in the top paddock, do you? In Icke's case, it could just as easily be a couple of kangaroos short of a national park, I s'pose.
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