a morale question in scientific community

k p Collins kpaulc at [----------]earthlink.net
Thu Feb 26 15:44:41 EST 2004


"Jack" <jack at nowhere.edu> wrote in message news:c1kt6j$79k at portal.gmu.edu...
> I personally found that it is rare(Don't be offended, there are some) to
> find scientific openess in life. People are nervous to be humiliated or
> not when you ask him a scientific question. Just think how much pressure
> inside these people's brain! Thanks to internet, which provide a
> platform with openess for people to ask questions which cannot be asked
> in the lab if you don't want more Teachers.

I think you've misinterbreted my comments.

I said that, perhaps they [the folks who disrupt
your Lab work] were looking to =you= as a
Teacher - wanting to receive example, guidance,
etc., =from you=.

Anyway, I agree that it's often as you say, above.

It happens be-cause of 'blindly'-automated TD E/I-
minimization, left uncomprehended, and will continue
until 'blindly'-automated TD E/I-minimization is com-
prehended.

Which is what I'm  working to Teach folks.

Cheers, Jack, ken [k. p. collins]





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