User talk:PatternOfPersona

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Hello, PatternOfPersona, and welcome to Conservapedia!

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Thanks for reading, PatternOfPersona!

--Jpatt 20:41, 6 June 2011 (EDT)
Thank you! :) :) :)PatternOfPersona 21:39, 6 June 2011 (EDT)

Minor Edits

When you are changing a little thing in a page, please check the 'Minor Edit' box and if possible, do all your edits in one post. MHarris

I'm not clear on what all may be considered a 'minor edit', despite what I have read in the guidelines. PatternOfPersona 23:31, 9 June 2011 (EDT)
As for doing all my edits in one post, I will endeavor to do so from now on. But, I'm not sure that such a method will not extremely limit the level of contributions I can make, since my brain functions in such atypical ways that I may not be able to think nearly as well about the text and subject of a given article by such a method. It has to do with mental images that my brain accepts as having been set in the public domain, and in the particular simple formats and colors of a wiki. I do have the ability to do word-processing on my own machine, but my brain does not handle such texts to nearly the dynamic degree as it does 'live' public opensource encyclopedic text. :) PatternOfPersona 23:04, 9 June 2011 (EDT)

moved your two cents to the better talk page

moved your two cents to the better talk page located HERE

In psychological/social terms, atheism is defined as the negation of the most basic good sentiments that it is logically possible to have: good sentiments toward a good, overseeing Creator God. So, life is not about atheism. Which means atheism (especially strong atheism) is not an actual quality of good character, but, at best, a lack of certain good character. The fact that many theists are arrogant does not mean that theism is arrogance, but that theists tend to be fallen humans. Theism does not preclude arrogance on the part of the theist in terms of theism, but, neither does atheism preclude arrogance on the part of the atheist in terms of atheism.PatternOfPersona 19:54, 3 July 2011 (EDT) Conservative 20:14, 15 July 2011 (EDT)

Thanks! :) PatternOfPersona 01:31, 17 July 2011 (EDT)

Highly composite number

You are better off requesting a page move than to create a new page. Also, please do a better job of defining "a spike" perhaps with a numberline graph. Thanks, JDano (talk) 05:58, 15 January 2017 (EST)