Human pin code

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alan101 (March 29, 2011, 19:36:49 PM):
It's been around a few years. It's local. It's catching on (based on my circle of acquaintances). It's our own home-grown woo woo.

http://humanpincode.blogspot.com

Any thoughts?
cyghost (March 29, 2011, 20:02:32 PM):
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What is the Pincode? Your personality and processing styles were imprinted in you on the day that you were born. Pincodes is a science it is used by Doctors, Psychologist [sic], Accountants, Teachers and Forensic Detectives and more. Allot [sic] of people in different Careers all around the World use Pincodes in their daily life to understand themselves and the people around them better.


I giggled

Surely people cannot take this seriously??
Mefiante (March 29, 2011, 20:19:01 PM):
First, I read this. It’s like trying to read a coked-up Jack Russell puppy in the middle of electroshock therapy.

Then I started reading the following:
In my theory of atomic structure, I will share with you some information. We need to understand the size, the construction and behaviour of one single hydrogen atom. This is what my work has been about. …

First I had to separate time and space, then it was possible to go to into a 'black hole' and see what happens 'on the other side'. In this process, I had to map the exact proportion, speed, and number of revolutions the electron would circumnavigate the nucleus. Then imagine this whole process could be 'photographed' revolution by revolution, each movement or 'frame' would need to be calculated, the dimensions recorded, data captured and then proved. Thus I discovered that the electron moves in a spiral trajectory, and not round and round as first thought.
I honestly couldn’t finish reading this stuff. It is so wide of the mark of what we do know about spacetime, atomic structure and the properties of subatomic particles that it reads like a parody. Except, alas, it’s not. Forbes is so completely clueless on the things he talks about here that one must seriously wonder if it’s worth the effort debunking this hooey. Those who can see it’s hooey don’t need it debunked and those who can’t see it won’t be open in any way to reasoned argument.

It’s undue respect for ill-informed brainspasms à la Forbes’s that’ll be humanity’s undoing yet.

'Luthon64
Faerie (March 30, 2011, 07:10:23 AM):
I got as far as this:

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The Human Pin Code
The Human Pin Code is a scientific method of analyzing your personality, as imprinted on your day of birth.


and lost interest.

utter bullshit.
GCG (March 30, 2011, 08:33:56 AM):
the only thing imprinted on you, is on the day of conception, and it's called DNA.

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