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Alexander Not Alone In US

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on December 8, 2001 18:06:53 UTC

To me Alexander represents a logically correct scientist. During my career in science, 1960-1990, I found that more scientists were like Alexander than not. They tended to be the more successful scientists in terms of getting into management, especially if we can normalize out intelligence.

It simply seems to be the case that atheism is entrenched in science in the US. On the other hand, scientists tend to be more broad minded than medical doctors or lawyers. I found this to be true when I adopted a vegatarian diet to cure sciatica. The meds and lawyers thought I was crazy. The physicists just saw it as more data.

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