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I like your thinking, Doctor. I especially like how you are willing to let your kids consider a trade. For too long professional parents have expected their children to follow the professional path, regardless of their strengths, interests and personalities. Hence the current glut of people with majors in useless soft ...more
To the naysayer:
I am a chemist. Part of my education included physics (lots of force, pressure, even electricity and magnetism.) I also had a fair amount of math. The bulk of my education was about substances, including metals and plastics, where they come from and what can be done with them. My lab experience taugh...more
I would like to do a trade, particularly machine work, but apprenticeships (if you can get get them) pay peanuts for a long time despite older individuals like myself knowing the much of book stuff inside and out both from being trained as a scientist and doing the work at home. The people who control the apprenticeshi...more
Mr. Vera, You may have a point. I work in the pharmaceutical field as a scientist. This stuff has to get checked out at least. Something could've gone wrong with the formulation during the batch. If there is a quality problem, this guy could definitely have a case but only against the manufacturer unless the distribut...more
Religions mired in an orthodox/fundamentalist mentality are mind blowing, whether Christian, Jewish or Muslim. I don't know enough about the Buddhists, Hindus or Sikhs but I'm sure they have nuts, too.
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