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Professor Beats Student

16-YEAR-OLD STUDENT BEATS UP HIS TEACHER IN CLASSROOM

The joys of modern day teaching. Enjoy jail time scumbag.
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Professor Pwnage

Found this old video on one of my drives.... professorpwnage.wmv couldnt find an upload of it anywhere. The professor deserves the gift of immortal failure for having a PhD in Grade A Bullshit...

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Professor and Student argument about the Existence of God - Atheist vs Christian debate

Did God create evil?

A University professor at a well known institution of higher learning challenged his students with this question. Did God create everything that exists?

A student bravely replied, Yes he did!

God created everything? The professor asked.

Yes sir, he certainly did, the student replied.

The professor answered, If God created everything; then God created evil. And, since evil exists, and according to the principle that our works define who we are, then we can assume God is evil.

The student became quiet and did not answer the professor's hypothetical definition. The professor, quite pleased with himself, boasted to the students that he had proven once more that the Christian faith was a myth.

Another student raised his hand and said, May I ask you a question, professor?

Of course, replied the professor.

The student stood up and asked, Professor, does cold exist?

What kind of question is this? Of course it exists. Have you never been cold?

The other students snickered at the young man's question.

The young man replied, In fact sir, cold does not exist. According to the laws of physics, what we consider cold is in reality the absence of heat. Every body or object is susceptible to study when it has or transmits energy, and heat is what makes a body or matter have or transmit energy. Absolute zero (-460 F) is the total absence of heat; and all matter becomes inert and incapable of reaction at that temperature. Cold does not exist. We have created this word to describe how we feel if we have no heat.

The student continued, Professor, does darkness exist?

The professor responded, Of course it does.

The student replied, Once again you are wrong sir, darkness does not exist either. Darkness is in reality the absence of light. Light we can study, but not darkness. In fact, we can use Newton's prism to break white light into many colors and study the various wavelengths of each color.

You cannot measure darkness. A simple ray of light can break into a world of darkness and illuminate it. How can you know how dark a certain space is? You measure the amount of light present. Isn't this correct? Darkness is a term used by man to describe what happens when there is no light present.

Finally the young man asked the professor, Sir, does evil exist?

Now uncertain, the professor responded, Of course, as I have already said. We see it everyday. It is in the daily examples of man's Inhumanity to man. It is in the multitude of crime and violence everywhere in the world. These manifestations are nothing else but evil.

To this the student replied, Evil does not exist, sir, or at least it does not exist unto itself. Evil is simply the absence of God. It is just like darkness and cold, a word that man has created to describe the absence of God. God did not create evil.

So evil is the result of what happens when we CHOOSE to draw away from God. It's like the cold that comes when there is no heat, or the darkness that comes when there is no light. The Bible tells us that God ALONE is good (Matt. 19:17) and all goodness comes from God (James 1:17). This means that there is no place where true goodness can be found unless God is there. But suppose there is no goodness present, what is it that remains? Evil remains! Where goodness exists evil cannot exist, but as soon as good is gone, immediately all that is present is evil. So we can understand why God is referred to as “light.” When God’s spirit is present and God is in control, sin cannot remain. It is only when God’s spirit is withdrawn, when God is not in control that sin can appear. Sin is in essence simply the condition which arises with the absence of God. It is that other side which manifests itself whenever the presence of God is withdrawn.

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(Former?) FIU professor Lawrence Meyer goes on a 15 minute rant, insulting students for the quality of their work. He would routinely waste time in class ranting about useless things and when students didn't learn anything, this was the result.

UCF Professor Richard Quinn accuses class of cheating [Original]

University of Central Florida students study for test and get accused of cheating. Somehow a test bank of 700 questions floats around in the class. Students studied the 700 questions for a 50 question exam. The professor finds out and makes all students retake the exam. He claims he has a forensic analysis team on the case. No one can get out of retaking the exam unless they have a signed note from god.

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The Real Professor H

For millions of people who have viewed a viral video about a fake professor on the first day of CHM 131 at the University of Rochester, Professor H is the real professor that appears at the very end after the impostor flees the lecture hall. The vast majority of those viewers have never been on campus or sat in on one for Professor H's chemistry classes. For students who have, they know that he's one of the best teachers of what can be a very challenging subject.

Professor H, as many of his students know him, is Ben Hafensteiner, faculty lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Rochester. He graduated from the University of Rochester in 2003 with a BA in biology and chemistry before going on to get a Ph.D. in chemistry at The Scripps Research Institute in 2008. From his days as a workshop leader as an undergraduate student, he knew that he wanted to teach. With a father who taught for more than 30 years and mother who served on the school board for nearly 20 years where he grew up near Albany, it seems that teaching was in his blood.

While the subject matter he teaches to students, many of whom are freshman, is quite difficult, he relishes the opportunity to engage students in his classes and see them succeed. It's not unusual to see smiles and laughter on the faces of the 250 or so students that fill the lecture hall during his class. In part, it's that sensibility that made him the perfect person to pull off the fake professor stunt on the first day of class. Although some may have seen it as just a stunt, Hafensteiner used it as an opportunity to dispel the typical myths and fears of inevitable failure that many freshman in his classes bring with them.

The prank is just one of the many innovative ways that Hafensteiner has found to reach his students and build their interest and confidence in their abilities. Whether it's using the latest technology in the classroom to create discussion or a bit of humor, or office hours that he holds with sometimes as many as 10 or 15 students at once three times a week, he uses whatever methods will get the concepts across.

While he believes that it possible for everyone in his class to get an A in his class, it's not what grade they earn that is ultimately the most important focus for him as a teacher. Watching somebody go from scared and intimidated at the beginning of class, even if they only end up with a C+, C range grade, seeing them do that for the entire semester makes me more happy than people getting As really because they're working hard and trying and bringing themselves out of a zero understanding point to a substantial understanding point.

Of course if the day does come when all his students get As in his class, he has promised everything from growing out his hair for a year to learning to do a backflip off the front table in the lecture hall. It's a promise he may not ever have to keep, but if it will motivate his students, he's willing to take that chance.

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