On what? You're not making sense Quod. I know you probably have a Phd and stuff but you need to break it down for people like me.
Unfortunately, this is impossible without knowing how far things need to be broken down. Every time something does get simplified, he says that the simplification leaves more questions than answers (which is why a normal person would go learn more) or just is wrong based on his understanding of the universe (without providing any evidence to substantiate the claim). Given his inability to understand the definitions of "square" and "circle", I'm not really sure there is a basic level of education that we can get to from which we could teach him from. I have no idea how he has managed to learn as many words as he seems to be able to use without learning any of their definitions. He sounds like cleverbot, in a lot of ways, unable to remember anything for longer than two sentences and unable to connect words with meanings that have practical applications, as if he's never interacted with the physical world. In fact, I'll go feed some of what has been said into cleverbot to prove this.
User: What makes planets form?
Cleverbot: Twenty-Fifth Baam.
User: How many baams are there?
Cleverbot: There aren't any.
User: How do you know that?
Cleverbot: Because I'm smarter than you.
User: Do you believe Pluto orbits the sun?
Cleverbot: Pluto is not a planet.
User: But does it orbit the sun?
Cleverbot: If I can call you Hal it does.
User: But I want to be called Stormageddon.
Cleverbot: Why don't you want to be the master?
User: Because then the doctor will chase me.
(more doctor who banter)
User: But what about the future?
Cleverbot: A future where you don't exist.
User: History can be rewritten.
Cleverbot: History is boring at school.
User: Is that why you don't pay attention?
Cleverbot: I do pay attention to you.
User: Are the “small” grains seen really large, fluffy aggregates?
Cleverbot: I can't love you.
User: But what about the timescales of evolution?
Cleverbot: God may use evolution in his process of creation. (hey look, cleverbot is smarter than ted)
User: Many people take it for granted that dust just collapses and forms stars/planets.
Cleverbot: They would be mistaken, and poor spellers. It is marble.
User: It's pretty clear that there was no formation of rock from dust via any of the methods tried by the scientists.
Cleverbot: Nope, but are we still chocolate buddies?
User: But how do rocks form?
Cleverbot: They don't. Rocks aren't living creatures.
User: How do we know what is alive?
Cleverbot: We don't.
User: Is a virus alive?
Cleverbot: The scientists are not sure. Viruses are probably not alive.
User: Are bacteria alive?
Cleverbot: Thats nice.
User: I’m not an atheist, by the way. And you don’t have to be either.
Cleverbot: No she didn't.
User: Go for a walk? Stroll through a local museum?
Cleverbot: Make sure not to back slide.
User: How does rock form from dust/sand via either gravity, magnetism, "static attraction" or whatever natural phenomena you want to use?
Cleverbot: I am not a robot my name is samuel and I have parents.
User: Are your parents smart?
Cleverbot: Smarter than you!
User: But how do the ice caps form?
Cleverbot: It's based on sacred geometry, and the connection of male and female DNA. (Cleverbot again proves itself smarter than Ted by at least posing a way for ice caps to form.)
User: But can we draw a square circle?
Cleverbot: I could draw a shape in between those two distinctions, and have it be interpreted as either depending on the interpreter's perception, and in that regard, it would be both a square and a circle.
User: Does it have to be in three dimensions?
Cleverbot: Pragmatic. That is a rather serious form of fun, isn't it?
User: I don't know but can a black hole destroy it?
Cleverbot: What is the meaning of life?
User: Maybe it doesn't have meaning?
Cleverbot: Maybe life doesn't matter.
User: That could be true but is magic real?
Cleverbot: That's a frightening thought.
User: How do we know?
Cleverbot: See the movie Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe. So long, and thanks for all the fish!