MUST READ EDITORIAL FOR ALL SCIENTISTS

Material Fellow jbuch1 at pacbell.net
Fri May 15 10:23:34 EST 1998


Mark Tarka wrote:

> I sense some sort of controversy, here.
> 
> Can anyone provide a concise synopsis that also identifies the
> players?
> 
>   Mark   (Greed is good?  Sloth is better, no EPA problems :-)
Mr. Andleman can be found on Dejanews with 3000 posts, mostly in
sci.research.careers where he dialogs and markets his placement service,
I think Biotech.

He declined to go to graduate school in plant research, for reasons he
has posted in sci.research.careers.  He is an advocate of self education
and small business and patenting ideas for the private sector, but the
university sector ideas should all be made public domain so as to
strengthen the patent sector.

He has expressed desire to do away with tenure in the university system,
has expressed some sentiments about the worthlesness of higher
education, except to further the faculty drone system.

He has rhetoric talents, not universally understood.....
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> > In article <34EDBB83.82C at ultranet.com>, Marc Andelman
> > <drgonfly at ultranet.com> wrote:
> > 
> > >Has anyone else here gotten threatening 
> > >notes from XXX YYYYY?  I admit to
> > >a genius at irritating people, so maybe
> > >I deserve no sympathy.  
> > >
> > >Regards,
> > >Marc Andelman
> > 
> > 
> > Hi Marc
> > 
> > Yes, you are an expert at irritating people online, and I have mastered the
> > art of iritating on a direct basis. We should "duke it out" outside of the
> > src arena, as Michael Young suggested the other day in a note to me. At
> > that time, I thought it was an annoying editorial comment, but now in
> > hindsite I see he was right. I'd prefer to see flames go across private
> > email, as opposed to the net.
> > 
> > XXX YYYY
> 
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The following is his own paragraph which he sent to me by e-mail and has
consented to have made public in total.
.............
> Marc Andelman wrote:
> 
> >
> > I think I give a lot of valuable insight that can save decades
> > of wasted time. My major advice is to drop out of school and
> > start your own company, together with self education.  I
> > support this very well with examples of real-life entrepreurs
> > that one would never ordinarlly learn about in the cloud of
> > current propaganda. I should give more technically, and have
> > in fact answered one or two technical questions, as well as
> > posting technical data on the net as my method of pubication.

> May I publically quote you in total of the above -- no snips or
> interjections?
> 

I could care less. It is nothing I have not posted already.

Marc

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Uncle Al is  marvelous man, a crusty but kind hearted scholar... and so
far qualifies as the most widely educated scientific man I have ever
met. His basic background is chemistry, but he has wide ranging
interests.

It would be fair to say that a probable word association likely to be
found in his thought process is that "politician" and "scumbag" have
certain basic commonalities.

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I'm just a worthless old man.  According to some, I think all kinds of
semi-obscene thoughts and illogic which I have cleverly never stated,
but which are obvious to their superior intellects..... 

The other gentlemen involved are former sparring partners of Marc from
other forums in the distant and recent past.

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