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there is a youtube of his lecture:

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Perhaps this gentleman should be subjected to a chi-squared test to find out what shape he is in, or, indeed, whether he himself is a null hypothesis.
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Surely they have some nice psychiatry professors at Oxford who can have a chat with him and get him some help. He's clearly in need of it.
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Lmao.
It seems London is at risk of losing its monopoly on hosting all the crazies Broadmoor and LA don't want.
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He sounds fun I'd like to meet him
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I've been much more sceptical of this stuff in the past than these days, there's a lot going on that looks out of this world. Would have watched the vid weren't it for a spelling mistake in the title, shows it can only be taken that seriously. Still, an interesting topic.
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(Original post by mnot)
Had a look into this professor (yes he actually got professorship). He has no expertise, on physics or bio-sciences. But studies Korean language, culture & religion.
https://www.orinst.ox.ac.uk/people/young-hae-chi

I think we can put this guy in the arts/social science/humanities looneys who needs to leave STEM to STEM researchers...
How do you see from this page that he actually got professorship?

He's a Korean instructor, literally just a language teacher. He has no chance of ever becoming a professor unless he actually changes his job and be a lecturer and then a fellow (and then a long, long to go after that).
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He's not a professor. He's an instructor in the Korean language. Literally just a language teacher. Not even on the same stream to becoming a professor. He's only a "professor" in the US sense that anyone who teaches anything at any university is a "professor".

I have no idea why OxStu calls him a professor, but it's obvious that he isn't one, and they didn't use it as an honorific for him either, something they would've done had he been an actual professor.
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How do you see from this page that he actually got professorship?

He's a Korean instructor, literally just a language teacher. He has no chance of ever becoming a professor unless he actually changes his job and be a lecturer and then a fellow (and then a long, long to go after that).
No your right, it was on the article by TheOxfordStudent where he was declared a Professor.
Yea, keeping him as far away from research as possible is definitely a good thing, what's more amazing is he got a gig as an after dinner speaker.
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Well at least now i stand a chance of getting a girlfriend :rofl:
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Bravo you go gurl! Shake that conspiracy! :congrats:
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No your right, it was on the article by TheOxfordStudent where he was declared a Professor.
Yea, keeping him as far away from research as possible is definitely a good thing, what's more amazing is he got a gig as an after dinner speaker.
All sorts of people get that
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(Original post by mnot)
Had a look into this professor (yes he actually got professorship). He has no expertise, on physics or bio-sciences. But studies Korean language, culture & religion.
https://www.orinst.ox.ac.uk/people/young-hae-chi

I think we can put this guy in the arts/social science/humanities looneys who needs to leave STEM to STEM researchers...
It's a little surprising perhaps to see him distinguished by the title 'Oxford professor', but live and let live.
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(Original post by The Champion.m4a)
He's not a professor. He's an instructor in the Korean language. Literally just a language teacher. Not even on the same stream to becoming a professor. He's only a "professor" in the US sense that anyone who teaches anything at any university is a "professor".

I have no idea why OxStu calls him a professor, but it's obvious that he isn't one, and they didn't use it as an honorific for him either, something they would've done had he been an actual professor.
I can confirm that I have recently been elevated to the position of Oxford Professor of Student Roomness. I share this title on a day/night rotation basis with nulli tertius who also acts as my legal advisor and will pursue anyone with wild litigation threats who alleges that I do not hold this lofty title, to which the Tab recently appointed me.

I am happy as Oxford Professor of Modern Student-iness to confirm that aliens are communicating with me via my teeth, which they have duplicated in an AI construct called 'Poppy'.
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Who the hell started this conversation, the mere fact that we're having it shows how well this dude pulls his strings. Well done to him.
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(Original post by Fullofsurprises)
I can confirm that I have recently been elevated to the position of Oxford Professor of Student Roomness. I share this title on a day/night rotation basis with nulli tertius who also acts as my legal advisor and will pursue anyone with wild litigation threats who alleges that I do not hold this lofty title, to which the Tab recently appointed me.

I am happy as Oxford Professor of Modern Student-iness to confirm that aliens are communicating with me via my teeth, which they have duplicated in an AI construct called 'Poppy'.
If The Tab appointed you, that's a WHOLE different story. This one was merely appointed by the lowly OxStu, not the one will millions of online readership.
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Losing your virginity is supposed to be memorable. Most people look back on the act with affection and, probably, a little embarrassment. But David Huggins says the first time he had sex was more—er, out of this world—than most.

“When I was 17, I lost my virginity to a female extraterrestrial,” the 74-year-old says in a documentary about him called Love and Saucers. “That’s all I can say about it.”

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/a...as-with-aliens
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Mirëdita! I'm going to Kosovo this June
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