Johann, you need to go over your postings and remove whatever is not created by you. We have a policy against cut-n-paste from Wikipedia but I know you contributed much to that page. Also, I will add a template to the talk page.--Jpatt 10:23, 27 October 2009 (EDT)
I'm curious about a lot of your edits here. Are you inventing all these new terms that you're adding? It's an interesting idea, though you might consider putting things like "Peace terrorism" in the Essay: namespace. Essay:Best New Conservative Words and Conservapedia's Law are in a similar vein (noting the insight that new conservative terms create), but it seems like you're attempting to engineer new conservative terms from scratch and have them catch on. Do you have a website about this anywhere? --MarkGall 00:32, 28 October 2009 (EDT)
- Perhaps he's on to something. Here's an example of one such individual , more stupid then sensible. Karajou 00:38, 28 October 2009 (EDT)
Yes as a matter of fact. My website can be found here on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=12621914298&ref=ts
At MemeShock we combine Noam Chomsky's concept of "linguistic deep-structure" with memetic engineering. We developed an algorithm based on applying the concept of linguistic deep-structure to languages as a whole. The result is that we can develop comprehensive language systems using "memeplex matrices" for specific issues usually comprising of around 9 or 10 terms. The idea being that this mimics natural thought and thus if we viral the terms they will natural form into predetermined thought-patterns in the general populace.
We fairly developed sets of language on a variety of topics: http://www.facebook.com/topic.php?topic=9162&uid=12621914298 (MemeShock dictionary 3.0) but we've had troubles viral the language. We've tried a number of different places to viral our language, but I've been thinking that Conservapedia would be useful as a "memetic vector" to help transmit the memes. jfraatz
Best new conservative words
It'd be very helpful if you showed where the terms you've added are being used, much as the other entries link to sources showing first usage. DouglasA 18:09, 27 November 2009 (EST)
They're in the section above on "MemeShock." Also I posted the link on your page. Have fun with them! :D Johanan Raatz
You continue to address the same points over and over in your objections to Conservapedia's content on relativity, just to bait other editors into responding to you - a classic internet troll.
Since your block was lifted, all you've done is debate relativity, and, by your own admission, try to use Conservapedia to push your agenda and your preferred vocabulary.
Please contribute constructively and stop violating 90/10 on the relativity pages. JacobB 23:28, 28 November 2009 (EST)