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What is viatology?
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Carl Rogers
2013-04-06 20:31:42 UTC
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You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
newsgroups. But what does it mean?

In its simplest definition, viatology is the scientific study of
roads. Using empirical observation (see: http://www.unm.edu/~rrobergs/604Lecture3.pdf)
and the scientific method (see: http://teacher.nsrl.rochester.edu/phy_labs/appendixe/appendixe.html),
one analyses roadway phenomena. This can be anything from pavement
types to road signage standards to photographs of retired roadways
from years past.

Those who engage in viatology are known as viatologists. For more
information on viatology, including its etymology thereof, refer to
the information here: http://wwtl.info/#viatology.html

In contrast to viatology, there are subjective interpretations of
roadways. Viatology removes sentimental analysis and preserves
empirically-collected data; instead, it collects evidence for future
generations to better understand the roadway technologies and
methodologies of their predecessors. With your help and contributions
to the field, viatology may one day be incorporated in academic
curriculae.

Cheers,

Carl Rogers
"Environment first, transportology second"
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Huge
2013-04-06 20:51:07 UTC
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You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
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Only by you, knobhead.
Post by Carl Rogers
But what does it mean?
http://www.viatology.info/
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None
2013-04-07 01:45:46 UTC
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Post by Carl Rogers
You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
newsgroups. But what does it mean?
It's a word that Carl Rogers invented so he can use it to wipe his
asshole. He posts it on Usenet because he knows that any Google search
will return a list of insulting (and very true) and degrading things
that people say about Carl. He like the fact that his name will always
be associated with ass-wiping in any Google search. It makes him feel
important. Any search show him to be an ass-wipe, which is more
significant than anything else in his pathetic life.
%steve%@malloc.co.uk (Steve Firth)
2013-04-10 22:48:46 UTC
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Post by Carl Rogers
You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
newsgroups. But what does it mean?
Fuck all, just as it did on the thousands of other occassions that it
did when you punted this fucking stupid idea at the world.

How you are getting on with "delivering CDs"? No punctures on your
bicycle tyres I hope, courier bhoi.
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2013-04-12 01:59:29 UTC
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Post by %steve%@malloc.co.uk (Steve Firth)
Post by Carl Rogers
You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
newsgroups. But what does it mean?
Fuck all, just as it did on the thousands of other occassions that it
did when you punted this fucking stupid idea at the world.
How you are getting on with "delivering CDs"? No punctures on your
bicycle tyres I hope, courier bhoi.
Keep dancing like Carl's bottom bitch.
stephen
2013-05-02 13:54:04 UTC
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Post by Carl Rogers
You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
newsgroups.  But what does it mean?
I don't know, is it a pseudo religion for Hollywood actors?
Huge
2013-05-02 14:19:31 UTC
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Post by Carl Rogers
You may have heard the term 'viatology' mentioned in these
newsgroups.  But what does it mean?
I don't know, is it a pseudo religion for Hollywood actors?
http://www.viatology.info/
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