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Posted by Kent Benjamin Robertson on October 6, 2002 06:31:49 UTC

The above series of posts begins with Brian Parquette's WHY: THE BIG BANG THEORY IS WRONG.
Responded to by richard ('WOW! Now that's babble to a new magnitude.') Richard's response candidly and understandably heaps praise upon Parquette, who doesn't know where to go from there without passing credit to someone else, which bkparque is balefully reluctant to do.
Responded to by GwynJ ('Beatings make women make better burgers and pancakes')
Responded to by Brian Parquette ('Food not bombs')
Responded to by GwynJ ('I don't quite make the connection between my post and your response to it')
Responded to by Jim Berquist ('Can we believe our eyes'?)
The unanswered questions have emerged on all quarters: can we talk?
Parquettes characteristically extensive 'post' is lifted directly out of K.B. Robertson's GRAVITY IS THE 4th DIMENSION, though 'bkparque' (Brian Kirk Parquette) doesn't tell you that, implying that it's his work.
Parquette is sprinkled all over the W.W.W. lifting K.B. Robertson's various works and holding them out as though they're his (bkparque's) writings.
Attempting to sell the Eiffel Tower and the Brooklyn Bridge, as though he were the owner/architect, curator and/or chairman of the Paris and/or Brooklyn based Trustee Boards.
Richard's post is sincere if handicapped by his apparent failure to be connected to or told where Brian Parquette lifted his excerpted, posted statement, from, and Parquette's consistently ensuing evasion of meaningfully responding to sincere if understandably confused and misled inquiries...
GwynJ then misquotes 'Battered & Bullied Women Make Better Pancackes & Burgers', goes on to wonder if Parquette understands the scientific stuff or if he copied and posted it onto his page (which is what he did, lifted it out of K.B. Robertson's GRAVITY IS THE 4th DIMENSION).
GwynJ goes on to astutely observe: 'I don't quite make the connection between your post and my response to it.'
That's because Brian Parquette doesn't provide the connection. That would reveal where his opening lines originated, verbatim, and who he filched them from.
Apparently Parquette prefers the - albeit confined - parameters of an imposter, rather than the identity of a constructive conduit. A trustworty liaison of information access.
Jim Berquist responds with his post ('Can we believe our eyes?') Apparently trying to get Parquette back on a somewhat realistic, germane track, so far, without receiving a response.
It seems that all parties concerned here are making an effort to sincerely respond to Parquette's impressive opening, whereas, he doesn't field the responses to his lifting and dumping K.B.Robertson's excerpted statements from GRAVITY IS THE 4th DIMENSION.
May it suffice to reference for the moment what Parquette deprives his responders of, namely, the origin of the excerpted information he posted in the first place: 'Why the big bang theory is wrong'.
It's an impressive, though incomplete and out of context statement that Parquette doesn't key his readers into the source of.
Namely, K.B. Robertson's website: Periphery.cc/~molly.
It's so new the search engine apparently hasn't listed it yet, but it can be reached when patched through directly from Astronomy Net.
As soon as Baroque Kirk Parquette has evoked sincere responses from the above persons, he collapses into a bombed out bowl of # 40 Wt. PENNSOIL word salad - what happens when he's on his own, not stealing KBR's lines.
Ostensibly, none of the responding posts have the opportunity to read the dissertation bkparque is coyly poaching from.
Baroque Parquette is disallowing his consorts from researching, reading and drawing their own conclusions. It's about Parquette's covetousness of that which is not his. He wishes to share it, but has snookered himself into witholding where it came from, since it doesn't belong to him, or K.B. Robertson for that matter, although K.B. Robertson surely discovered and documented it. Whereas, it belongs to everyone.
Parquette clings to the showmanship of pretending it's his. Hence his inheritance of the Baroque moniker this record has learned to christen him with. If the illusion fits: wear it.
For more discussion on this, enter 'Gravity Is The 4th Dimension' on the Astronomy Net Search, and check out the forum Posts, which clarify bkparque for the brigand that he self revealingly and obstreperously has made himself.
Compulsively mplies he painted the Sistine Chapel, Michaelangelo tried to steal credit for it from him. Parquette will solemnly consider all submitted apologies.
When all else fails, engage a search directly from the Astronomy Net to find Periphery.cc/~molly, which is where Parquette is purloining his inspirational material, without revealing where the information is originating.
It seems bkparque suffers a sharing problem. Refer, The Misrepresentation & Abuse of Power...
(Reliable sources say that bkparque adamantly denies any interest in obtaining attention, love, power or recognition of any kind. Is there anyone out there who could help this starving man, before he nurtures, serves up and then bombs more food? Anyone at all?)


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