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Posted by Alan on April 11, 2002 08:13:38 UTC

I agree that there are some discussions where people who know little, sound off about things from a perspective of ignorance; and an expert (e.g. an expert builder if the subject is "house-building") would be more in the know.

But some subjects are such that, because of what those subjects reduce to, they are such that an infant may be the expert. If you could recall the detailed building up of your body from a few cells; you would be more expert, than modern medicine, on the human body.

If physics is reducible to deep issues of philosophy and existence; then awareness of your own creation would give you more insight on this subject than today's physicists.

One needs to open the doors on that awareness though!

I do not deny the validity of your point in its pub, opinionated pseudo-expert scenario, context.

-dolphin

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