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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 6, 2003 17:36:29 UTC

My post will parallel Bob's.

Observation has revealed the following:

Mike: Observation inspires an hypothesis:


There is a noticable asymptotic relationship between "Time" and "The End Of One's Workday".

Mike: There is, with some exceptions, an inverse relationship between THE QUALITY OF INFORMATION in a career scientist's insight about their chosen field
... and THE QUALITY OF INFORMATION in their insight about matters in general life around them....such as the topics discussed on this list.


So, this yields a new application of Einstein's theory of relativity, and we can rename it a bit too.

This does not yield any application. To say so would be premature...which precisely one of the faults of career scientists -- to be careless when they are supposedly the epitome of caution.


And call it:
"The Workman's Theory of Relativity."
It's how time appears to slow down as you approach the end of your work day.

A more apt thesis I might have advanced is that network administration's main purpose is to
put all the idiots in one group and use a few
choice idiots to torment the few sane posters...
as you and Yanniru are doing here.
Did you go to a good school? I went to the same school as Al Gore and Dan Quayle.
Hi Bob.

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