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Posted by Al Gobeo on February 16, 2001 14:28:10 UTC

It would be very nice if people would write so the average person can understand what is being said. You know, keep it simple. I get very suspicious when people start throwing formulas around and making unclear statements. I write so that anyone can understand what Iím saying. I try to stay away from mathematical formulas or exotic theories because then some people may not comprehend what is being said. From my experience even the most brilliant collage professor can communicate their ideas to that the average high school student could understand.

I also find is offence when I ask a legitimate question and the response is what kind of education I have. Keep things simple; if you canít put into words or communicate your ideas in a language that we can all understand then, well, who knows.

Alex,
I have enjoyed reading your threads. Please note Iíve never once complained to you about your type errors or just maybe bad English is some of your writing. There are young high school kids who post questions and responses here. Lets afford the respect to the other person just as you want to be treated with respect.

If Iím wrong, if you feel Iím wrong then I apology.

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