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Posted by Kent Benjamin Robertson on July 20, 2004 05:38:36 UTC

But Three or More Do.
(To Whom It Hopefully Concerns, Continued)

All of the following post was deflected from appearing in the Science Forum (under the subject of ‘General Science - TEMPERATURE' -
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The censorship was effected several times in a row, when the following message was submitted in ‘Reply’ to JaKiri’s (below quoted) barb directed at Equus’ previous post.

The method of rejection was the appearance of a center screen statement that said (Paraphrased) ‘Sorry for the inconvenience, but the E internet is temporarily closed. You may have lost whatever notes you were working on.”

Then it gave a click-on to ‘Inform the Webmaster’, which I did, without results.

This happened three times in a row, in about an hour and a half’s time. Monday night, 7/19/04
I finally entered it in my word processing archive.
Science Forums Post
( )
by JaKiri:
(Last post in response to Equus, 7.19.04)

"Please make your writing more readable, even though it’s nonsense."


Refer, JaKiri’s post of the previous day:7.18.04 Sunday 0256am...

Posted by JaKiri, in response to a preceding post “Farenheit 9/11 451"

++ “Farenheit 451 is not the temperature when paper burns, it’s just something arbitrary *he made up”. - *JaKiri
(* "I LOVE THIS SHOW: Doomy Doomy Doom Doom"); of the Science Forums 'General Science' TEMPERATURE posts...

++ That is JaKiri (‘I Love This Show’) response to a previously posted issue of *Ray Bradbury’s novel, *FARENHEIT 451...

*A story in the genre of George Orwell’s 1984 & Aldous Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD; where the general plot is about a totalitarian government that monitors and controls, restricts, outlaws, destructively revises and/or - in the case of Ray Bradbury’s FARENHEIT 451 - burns books.

Depriving - via mandatory censorship, mind control, behavior modification, neurolinguistic programming and operantly conditioning - the oppressed citizens of freely writing or reading information which allows them to acquire unrestricted knowledge of and from the past, empowering them to compare that information with the present: from and about which to draw their own conclusions; democratically shape their own destinies.

Enter in Google: ‘Ignition Temperature of Paper.’

Ignition Temperature of Paper
1. The Physics Factbook
Edited by Glenn Elert -- Written by his students
An educational, fair use website
Bibliographic Entry Result
(w/surrounding text) Standardized
The Non-Burning £5 Note. Chemistry Film Studio, 1996-2002.
"The water in the alcohol-water mixture evaporates and keeps the temperature below the ignition temperature of paper (approximately 230, but science fiction fans might remember this as 'Fahrenheit 451' - the temperature conversion could be an exercise for students)." 230 °C
Annual Report 1997-1998: Personnel. Village of Gurnee [IL] Fire Department, 1997-1998. "The ignition temperature of paper is 451 degrees Fahrenheit." 233 °C

Heath, Peter D. 11.7.1 Material Specifications. 2002.
"Paper, DryTemperature of Ignition = 451 °F" 233 °C
Readings on Fahrenheit 451. Ray Bradbury 2000 119. "Fahrenheit 451: The Temperature at Which Book Paper Catches Fire, and Burns" 233 °C
Homework Assignment 23. Physics 101 Chapter 15 - Heat Transfer, November 1998.
"The water temperature will not rise above 212 °F. This is well below the ignition temperature of paper (about 451 °F). If you read Fahrenheit 451, a novel about book burning, you will recognize this temperature." 233 °C

"Paper is a material made of cellulose pulp, created mainly from wood, rags, and certain grasses, processed into sheets or rolls by deposits from an aqueous suspension. According to history, the first piece of paper was produced in 105 CE in China. Paper has many purposes, both recreational and business. Paper is used mainly for writing, drawing, printing, and for various coverings such as wallpaper.

"Even though we don't realize it, paper is a necessity in our professional lives, whether we use it to write our daily plans and records, or use it to do other writing assignments. There are many different paper products, from paper folders, to playing cards, to wallpaper or even bathroom tissue and junk mail. Among the various types of paper available, the surface is basically either smooth and glossy or rough and plain. But despite the type of paper, the chemical and physical properties are roughly the same.

"Ignition temperature is the temperature at which something catches fire and burns on its own. The ignition temperature of paper is 451 degrees Fahrenheit, or 233 degrees Celsius.

"Many people know this value from the Ray Bradbury novel, Fahrenheit 451, an anti-utopian tale about a society where firemen are in charge of burning books instead of stopping fires. This number was also found in more technical sources, so it is assumed to be reliable.
Lewis Chung -- 2003

No. The Webmaster at Science Forums won't allow the above proof that JaKiri is a nonsensical, hypocrite charleton pretender, and whoever is deflecting this correction with an unexplained censorship from E net, is a craven imposter of the spirit of science and fair play.

Thought this might be of interest to folks who may be interested in how things are still being done, regarding GeorgeOrwell's *'ridiculous predictions' (- *TIME magazine, 1/1/'84).

“Farenheit 451 is not the temperature when paper burns, it’s just something arbitrary *he made up”. - *JaKiri
(Science forums NewSpeak Coddled nightcrawler - one among the many.)

I’ll see if I am allowed to post it at another time, though I would like to see the above message, posted somewhere on the net, verbatim, soon. I was in an ongoing bruhaugh with several people at this forum, as archived, just before this happened....

Any advisories or suggestions? Maybe a good place to post it, since there seems to be a well defined, gathering discrimination of and against Yours Truly.
(Just because you think the paranoids are after you, doesn’t mean the paranoids aren’t after you.)
Thank you for reading this missive.

- Equus (Aka, Kent Benjamin Robertson)

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