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An intellectually stimulating conversation

My apology over the contest stuff, but I have no computer access again for over a week with no end in sight. I'm at a public computer for a couple of hours. So the Poo Lit Surprise and me seem to have parted ways mechanically and cyberspacily. Your kind mention above of breaking a collab in order to do the collab with me now lays in ruins, with hurt feelings and cries of despair, and my shame is unending (at least until I eat some popcorn). I hope to be back soon but no idea when right now. Could you work with Puppy on the warning label thing, and very good luck with your exams and your writing. Back when I can (and when I logged on I saw the Moon page was featured - thanks! Lots of people helped with that, and I'm going to have to write up a talk page thank you on the article's talk page itself). Aleister 14:51 18-6-'13

After just walking out of an extremely agrivating debate with someone about the nature of atheism this is exactly what I needed to relax me and cheer me up, thank you so much for those heart warming comments. Don't despair, User:Sinner George is requesting a collab with anyone if you do get back on. I will mention the content warning to Puppy, I have to say there hasn't been talk of it for weeks and I can't talk to Spike about it as he dismisses it and won't respond as he says that he has expressed his views, which, rightfully, he has so I'm not sure where to pursue and keep our argument going. Thanks. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 16:49, June 18, 2013 (UTC)
Where are my manners? Well done on your feature, Al, it definitely deserved it. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 16:53, June 18, 2013 (UTC)
Your manners were left on the floor after your debate on the nature of atheism. Thanks for the kind words. I had asked Puppy to prepare the content warning page, and when it is ready and many people like it I would think it would become the "new" warning (it seems to have won the vote handily, with some good users chirping in). I wish you luck and goodwill in the contest, and it doesn't look like I will be joining. Funnybony added lots of content to the preface of the Moon page which has ended up on the front page, even though it was "agghhhhhhhh" and I reverted much of it (a few good words still used though). He may not have wrapped his head around the whole page, and see who wrote the original 2038 book (it was the French ambassador, see near the end of the article for authorship credit to Mr. LsTree). I'll check in when I can next check in! Keep on acing those exams and sending all the atheists to hell. Aleister 17:25 18-6-'13
Thanks once again. Exams finish tomorrow so the hell has been accomplished. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 17:29, June 18, 2013 (UTC)
Finally finished!!! Soon you can party like it's 1999! We will have to argue atheism and its nature when I officially return. I'm not an atheist but a half-ist. I like Robert Anton Wilson's description of himself, an "agnostic mystic". I'm at a library and the guy across from me is all agitated because a nice looking girl sat at the next table, he keeps swinging his head over to look at her and then back to his computer screen again, real quick (with an off look on his face). Creepoid kind of guy. She'd better run and not stop running until the creep and I run out of breath chasing her. Run Pretty Girl, Run!!! Aleister 17:37 18-6-'13
Yes well the actual argument was that empericist atheism (my belief) is actually a form of agnosticism as atheism is the denial of belief in God and not of God itself. There is no empirical proof to say that a being exists outside of the universe as it is impossible to measure however there is proof he has never interacted with the universe (apart from the possibility of creating it) and therefore I am atheist or anti-religionist. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 18:28, June 18, 2013 (UTC)
Be careful ScottPat, an absence of proof of divine interaction is not proof of absence of divine interaction (non existance of proof does not prove something does not exist or occur). I agree with Empirical Agnostic Scepticism. Claiming we can know for certain that something doesn`t exist or happen is not any part of Empiricism nor Scepticism nor far as I know them. The rules of physics may seem absolute but one single exception in the non observable past or the unpredictable future or even what we are incapable of experiencing now would shatter such `absolute` laws and our certainty of them or lack of them. --ShabiDOO 13:06, June 19, 2013 (UTC)
Quite. Sir Reverend P. Pennyfeather (fancy a chat?) CUN VFH PLS 19:36, June 19, 2013 (UTC)
The future is theoretically predictable (and so is the unobserved past). As long as you know the exact direction and speed of the particles that first came out of the Big Bang then any event in the history of the Universe can be predicted. However the calculations involved in taking into account every single particle (of energy or matter) and every single reaction that ever occured and all that would probably take more power in energy and matter than exists in the current universe. However it is still theoretically possible and therefore any interaction with particles of energy and matter in the Universe that was not made with another particle of energy or matter (i.e. God) after the Big Bang could be empirically proven. Empirical laws have solved so much in the Universe, I have no doubt they will answer so many more limitless questions as long as we have the will to stick with and support our industry and scientific research. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:31, June 20, 2013 (UTC)
Quantum physics blows a (currently) insurmountable hole in the idea of predicting the future based on "knowing" where all particles are and their trajectory/velocity. And so would an interfering god blow a big hole in any theory ... which there almost certainly isn't ... but still being a 0.000000000000001% possibility. Empirical study is the the pinnical of the development of western civilization ... the greatest achievement ever in the history of humanity ... however no amount of empirical study will ever give you 100% certainty of anything ... nor 100% certainty that something doesn't exist/occur. --ShabiDOO 21:06, June 20, 2013 (UTC)
Fair enough quatum physics does currently disprove that theory however I think quatum physics still requires more development and evidence for the newest theories to be excepted which no doubt one day will happen as long as we don't squander our scientific research in the upcoming years so my theory could be wrong but it is not certain quite yet.
Anyway for me believing in God is a traitorous move towards the human race. It is lack of self-confidence in ourselves not only in how we run our lives but in the ability of our understanding. If you believe in him in a religious sense then it is subduing to a totalitarian dictator and accepting you are a serf instead of rising up against him. One of the reasons I'm a monarchist is that I have an urge in life to rank myself in society and feel that I have someone superior to me (as I believe many religious people do) however I would rather choose my superior to be someone who benefits me more and who upholds the values of science which were the basis of the enlightenment (which still continues to this day and as you said is the greatest human achievement of this world) instead of someone who may or may not exist and never bothers to let me know.
I'm also a bit fed up of philosophy in general and this whole saga has reminded me why I gave it up a while ago. Life is more enjoyable if you attempt a challenge and whether you succeed or fail you enjoy the process of doing that challenge. Philosophy seems to me to be a thing where whoever points out we don't know everything, is correct. Say some clever sounding words, translate them into Latin and sit in an isolated area hidden from life to think for ages. How boring can people get? Just jump into life and work out some more answers to questions don't bother trying to satisfy yourself with a definitive answer to everything now otherwise you will be very bored. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 07:33, June 21, 2013 (UTC)

If you are passionately arguing with a friend that you can prove that god doesn't exist, then you are clearly still interested in metaphysical problems. But metaphysics is just one tiresome subject of many in philosophy. Applied philosophy offers lots of challenges which have little to do with games on words. Its problem based: Explaining conciousness and its implications on artificial inteligence, personal identity and autonomy and how much of it we can independantly control. Can scientism lead to public ethics or should it remain cultural? Should religiously fenatic parent be allowed to refuse them medical treatment. Is it abusive to instil fear in your children regarding hell or metaphysical punishment?. Is our view of beauty based on evolutionary much is culturally based? Is a mixed capitalist/socialist state the end of idealism and if not is further progress possible? Should absolute libertarianism be embraced? Quantum logic problems. How can we regulate cloning and dna information discimination ( think of the movie gattica)? Does infinate regress explain complex systems or emergent phenomenon? Is there a difference between tribal and professional art? Should government funded art galleries pay 10 million dollars for a white canvass with a black dot on it? How can system theory adapt to the increasingly complex and to four dimentional theory? Is it possible to merge rationalised thought with traditional wisdom or should only ratioalised thought be embraced? The response delay problem. Is post modernism useless and dying...should it be? How much of personal taste is just mimickery? Literary darwinism. Trinary code. Is schroedingers cat a meaningful problem? How should human colonization be managed/governed? The ethics of time travel. What role does humour play in sober discussion? To quote only some examples. --ShabiDOO 11:50, June 21, 2013 (UTC)

Yes hence my love of politics which I deem to be applied philosophy. I think that it is good to judge philosophy on where your loyalties lie. Mine are with Queen, Country and human race. I believe that the best possible world is one that is always changing and progressing and one that people take enjoyment in the proccess of doing challenges not enjoyment from completion of those challenges. Ultimately in a sort of utilitarian way I believe everyone should be allowed to have fun and enjoy life as that is what is most important. By using this as a rule I can then answer these applied philosophical questions through politics. However questions like "Who am I?" "Where am I from" seem to be simply answered scientifically and then job done. Short answer instead of wasting human intelligence sitting talking about it for ages.
It is not right for me to say there should be no philosophers however I do not see too much point to them and see any relevant philosophical questions being answered either by directly by science or indirectly by science through the application of scientific means to politics. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 14:21, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
Science will decide what is moral, the law and what is good art? --ShabiDOO 15:32, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
Yes of course. Science influences our reasoning as why we see things as moral or beautiful in the case of art. Seeing as the only influence in the World is science then there can be no other reason for deciding what is moral and beautiful. Before the enlightenment law was highly unscientific and illogical with witches being determined by odd methods. Now we live in an age in which everyone uses scientific methods whether it be in science, humanities or art. What some people especially theists seem to get wrong is that science isn't just one part of the Universe and that things such as humanities lie outside of science. Science is the Universe. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 15:47, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
Ahhhh sweet fundamentalism. --ShabiDOO 16:49, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
I use the term strong atheist/empirical atheist. Fundamentalist is a term usually used to refer to extreme religious people and extreme right-wing people. Seeing as I am neither I prefer the description liberal, socialist (or left-wing), strong atheist. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 16:59, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
A fundamentalist is someone who has absolute conviction in their ideology, leaves no room for doubt or alternative theories and who is convinced that their philosophy is the future, the only future, it will solve everything and that everyone else should realise it. Its not necesarily a bad thing...just depends on what the subject is and to how aggresive they are in propogating it. There are fundamentalists who are monsters and others who are delightful. Even some of the most amazing minds today have absolute convictions. But yeah...its still fundamentalism. --ShabiDOO 20:25, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
I never disagreed that I was not a fundamentalist (at least in philosophy, in politics I would consider my views liberal) however I simply prefer to call myself a strong atheist, it sounds cooler and in modern slang (at least where I come from) we associate fundamentalism with right-wing religious belivers even though those of us who are strong atheists are fundamentalists ourselves. However I live on one of the most liberal and atheistic places in the World and that might suggest why fundamentalism where I come from is associated with religion. In fact my class is noticed quite well for being socialist, liberal-thinking and athesitic but then that is a huge generalisation. To provide any more help to show where my views lie, I agree very much with Dawkins and Hitchens and they are great heroes of mine. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:39, June 21, 2013 (UTC)
PS - I do not agree that I leave no room for doubt as one of the empirical rules is to question your findings and make sure it fits all tests and I have also changed political ideology a few times so as a liberal I accept change. The developed world is very right-wing at the moment, even the Labour Party, we can't let ourselves keep swinging back and forth on a pendulum from one extreme to another. A centre-liberal country is the way forward. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:44, June 21, 2013 (UTC)

American Revolution

Why do you want this article deleted from userspace? If you have copied it to mainspace, you should instead move this one so that your prior versions and change history will be preserved in case you want to reinsert deleted material. Spıke Ѧ 06:44 19-Jun-13

I have never copied this article to mainspace. The current mainspace article is not mine but I think it is an awful article. I attempted to re-write it with this however can never make myself get round to it so I'd like it deleted please. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 06:55, June 19, 2013 (UTC)

Isle of Man

You were justified in deleting two initial quotations from this article, as they are vanilla Gay jokes that have nothing to do with the Isle of Man, although one of them has somewhat to do with islands. However, I thought they were cuter than the average Wildeisms. Perhaps you can find them a home somewhere else. Spıke Ѧ 04:10 26-Jun-13

OK. Haven't a clue where to dump them though. The Virgin Isles (not islands) are not part of the Isle of Man and the Isle of Lesbos is obviously made up. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 05:25, June 26, 2013 (UTC)
Sorry not to post at the bottom, but just had to interrupt. The Isle of Lesbos is very much a real place (in Greece, I believe), and is where lesbians take their name. Sir Reverend P. Pennyfeather (fancy a chat?) CUN VFH PLS 00:32, June 28, 2013 (UTC)
Oh ok, thanks for that Reverend, I never realised. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 05:20, June 28, 2013 (UTC)


Hello again! You said that you would not be there during this and the following week, so I had to create the UnSignpost. But I can see that you are. So, should I still do it? Anton (talk) 17:14, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Ok, I should have been more clear. I'm not going to go inro great detail but I'm doing something some work this week that means that I am out all day and only am here in evenings and early mornings. I therefore do not have time to write articles so please write this week's UnSignpost, thanks. Next week I am actually away and will put the sign up on my userpage. Thanks.Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 17:55, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Ok. I am also present here in the evening only but I will find some time. Anton (talk) 18:02, June 26, 2013 (UTC)

Could you, please, tell me how you do to find an article for "Newsroom ... of the week"? Anton (talk) 19:07, June 27, 2013 (UTC)

Just choose a random news/poetia/scipts/howto/why article you like and bung it in. Thanks. What is with "Corporal" in the name by the way? Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 19:12, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
My guess is that he weighs in at 150 kg and meant to write corporeal. Spıke Ѧ 19:25 27-Jun-13
I am afraid I don't have the knowledge behind the terminology to understand the joke although considering corporal means "to do with the body" I guess it is another way of saying overweight. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 19:30, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
You sometimes need to have a bit of military education in order to defend your virtual country. And it also sounds better (or seems better). Anton (talk) 20:05, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
Thank you for the information about the Un... of the week, I will incorporate it in the next issue. Anton (talk) 20:06, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
So true about the military education. Spoken like a true Russian there. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:19, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
When you let a Russian into the coalition, he takes care to choose the ministry involving firearms. (And printing presses.) Spıke Ѧ 20:32 27-Jun-13
Hahaha! Yep. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:38, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
Well, as you did not really understand what the word Corporal meant, I will have to change it and give myself a higher army rank. Anton (talk) 17:59, June 28, 2013 (UTC)
I did understand what a corporal was however I did not realise you actually meant army corporal. Be careful as there are actually ranks for Uncyclopedia so you can't just say you are a lieutenant as people work hard to earn them. Major Spike can tell you whether they are still in use or not though. If they weren't then trust me I would have stuck a rank in front of my name by now. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:03, June 28, 2013 (UTC)
It's at Uncyclopedia:Order_of_Uncyclopedia. And there's more, at Uncyclopedia:Awards, Decorations and Honours. Spıke Ѧ 20:31 28-Jun-13
Well then correct me if I'm wrong and I don't mean to be harsh but I don't think Anton is allowed to sport that rank (unless he has been promoted without my knowledge). Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:35, June 28, 2013 (UTC)

On the contrary, I have spent ten minutes studying these pages and found out that there is nothing such as "Lieutenant" or "Corporal". There is the First Lieutenant but it is different. So I am afraid I will keep this rank. If I have made a mistake, you can tell me. And by the way I did not understand how you getball these unmilitary ranks... And I was also wondering if I am the Commander of the Order, as it is written "or the Writer of Featured Articles". Anton (talk) 20:20, June 29, 2013 (UTC)

Perhaps it is different in the British Army to the ranks on Uncyc but in the British army it goes, Junior Under Officer, Second Lieutenant, Lieutenant, Captain, Major. First Lieutenant is only a rank in the British Navy. Yes you are a Commander. Thanks. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 17:58, July 6, 2013 (UTC)


I'll submit it under the "noob" category after I finish the article on my subpage. Arctangent (talk) 05:17, June 27, 2013 (UTC)

Apologies, it seems I've missed the deadline. Arctangent (talk) 05:18, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
It is I who should apolagise I've just realised I told you after the deadline, sorry! Keep writing though. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 06:00, June 27, 2013 (UTC)
Will do. I pretty much finished Brain in a vat today. Not my best, just a random critique of solipsism. Arctangent (talk) 06:07, June 27, 2013 (UTC)

Recent news from old newspapers

Anton (talk) 19:57, June 27, 2013 (UTC)

Un petite break

I am taking a week off to go to an army camp in preparation to invade Yorkshire as part of a coalition government campaign to take back the lands of the North from the Labour government. I will bring back some Yorkshire puddings and will see you in a week. Bye. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 20:40, June 28, 2013 (UTC)

If you don't know where to find the news

Happy reading! You allowed us to play with it and here is the result. Anton (talk) 17:44, July 5, 2013 (UTC)


And I see that you are back! Do you want to know what happened while you were away? (Sometimes UnSignpost is not enough for this). Anton (talk) 17:04, July 6, 2013 (UTC)

Yes please, thanks. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 17:06, July 6, 2013 (UTC)
  • So, there is a vandal Brit Slayer who changes his IP adresses and usernames (he was Reverend P. Pussyfeather and Reverend P. Penisfeather) and adds long paragraphs to articles connected toBritain which are full of hatred for all the Brits. You can ask Reverend for more details, as the vandla tried to damage his talk page after seeing that he reverted him.
  • The Jacobite Rebellion got deleted and you can create a redirect to the Last King of Scotland now.
  • I have written a Review of your Schlieffen Pan and posted it the talk page of the article.

Concerning me, I have created a forum "All the uncycs" about reuniting, created an account at the fork and began editing there as well under the same username. I caused a lot of people talking about our reuniting but it is obvious that if it does happen, it is not close yet.

  • I did not change my signature, for the reasons mentioned at the end of our talk about it above.

And that's all I can think of right now. You can read the two UnSignposts (the one created while you were still here and the one created yesterday). Anton (talk) 17:17, July 6, 2013 (UTC)

And did you like your vacation? If it was not really to the military camp. Anton (talk) 17:20, July 6, 2013 (UTC)
I enjoyed my HOLIDAY (Vacation is American-English) and yes it was at military camp and yes I did enjoy bossing people about and crawling through rivers. Thanks. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 18:01, July 6, 2013 (UTC)
That's cool! Sorry if it is rude to ask but why were you doing this? If I am too curious and impolite, then just don't answer. Anton (talk) 20:45, July 6, 2013 (UTC)
I am a member of the Royal Navy CCF, however on this camp I was attached to the Army CCF. It was good fun. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 06:26, July 7, 2013 (UTC)
Ok. So, what about the UnSignpost? Not that bad, is it? Anton (talk) 07:12, July 7, 2013 (UTC)
Yes very good. I have read both and have no complaints. I am glad and grateful that Spike has helpfully provided some articles and I liked your articles. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 07:48, July 7, 2013 (UTC)
Thank you! Don't want to annoy you but have you checked my forum (I am just interested in your opinion)? Anton (talk) 10:15, July 7, 2013 (UTC)

Hello there! Sir PataScott (on his head) Union Jack and USSR Scottish flag night Black ninja star VFD UnS Not Me (What?) 20:33, July 7, 2013 (UTC)

Another template for your page

As you have a lot of templates, I can conclude that you like putting them on your user page. Therefore, here is another one, as you helped at least one person with a featured article (me).

Pot ato Helper of a Featured Article
This user is lazy and uncreative and, instead of writing their own article, helped edit another person's idea. You can vote for other edited gobshite or nominate your favourite articles at Uncyclopedia:VFH and view the article at the featured archive.
Anton (talk) 11:59, July 8, 2013 (UTC)
Although, I don't know if the fact that you have written featured articles cancels this prize. Anton (talk) 12:00, July 8, 2013 (UTC)
Actually, it is not that good as a template. So you can ignore this whole section unless you like the idea. Anton (talk) 11:26, July 10, 2013 (UTC)

Review of Brittany

Thank you very much! I think that all the suggestions are good and I will use them all! The article will be on VFH today. Anton (talk) 16:43, July 12, 2013 (UTC)

PLS edition of UnSignpost with extra poo

Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 18:18, July 14, 2013 (UTC)



Anton (talk) 12:02, July 16, 2013 (UTC)
Congratulations, good work on it. We made a good team there. I need to get my act together and contribute more to the Napoleonic Wars. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 12:24, July 16, 2013 (UTC)
I almost forgot about it. That's a pity because we also contributed well to this one. Anton (talk) 13:07, July 16, 2013 (UTC)
I contribute to it now and again. No point in rushing a giant article! Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 14:21, July 16, 2013 (UTC)
Well, yes. Anton (talk) 14:30, July 16, 2013 (UTC)


I have almost the same thing to say as you did a week ago: I won't be here for a week or two, so could you, please, do the next issues without me? Thanks! Anton (talk) 18:23, July 16, 2013 (UTC)

Sure. I'll have to out-do you in getting big names to write articles. Sir ScottPat (talk) White Ensign Scotland Flag 1 Compassrose VFH UnS NotM WotM WotY 18:34, July 16, 2013 (UTC)

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