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Posted by Alexander on October 17, 2001 23:04:24 UTC

I did not start this, the "Dr." did. He started personal attack on me by called some of my statements "bull" (or so) and WITHOUT any facts/ logic/ math support to back his statement. I suspected something wrong with his "Dr" title before that, but that statement was too obvious contradiction to the title. So, i asked him if he indeed is Dr in physics or astronomy. Instead of saying, "NO, I am just a medical doctor, my field is this and this..." he started to yell on me in respond: "Who are you to QUESTION MY INTEGRITY?" So, he meant not even doubt his "Dr." title (as a part of his integrity).

Well, now, I think, it is a good time for him to stop deceiving others by non-existing title. DO WE ALL HAVE RIGHT TO ASSIGN TO OURSELVES ANY TITLE WE WANT?

If it is positively so, then I had a HUGE misunderstanding about this forum. I just did not know that ACTUALLY words like "Dr." or "Ph.D." do NOT MEAN that their carriers IN REALITY are indeed Ph.D.s".

Then I am very and very sorry about not knowing "rules of the game", and from now on I will be sure that "Ph.D." or "Dr." titles in this forum are just hoaxes or jokes.

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