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Matter, Anti-Matter, Dark Matter, What Does It Matter?

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 24, 2003 04:56:38 UTC

If I may:

Is an uneducated person, with respect to science, not allowed to join in this particular forum? I do not think so? I do not understand quarks and dark matter etc but feel this is a learning place, an Idea place, and a sharing place. I also feel that I am not a good arguer, nor do I feel that I am an eloquent writer. So, with these lack of qualities (in my mind), should I be excommunicated/barred from this forum. Well, frankly, no.

Should an athiest or an agnostic be subject to excommunication/barring from this forum? No.

ANYONE should be allowed to post and give their thoughts no matter what the qualifications.

I think the key word here is respect. Show respect. If a poster does not like what 'one' says or thinks that 'ones content' is lacking, then they have the choice not to reply if so desired. There is no need for one poster to point out to another poster that they seem less qualified (directly or indirectly) or make them feel like garbage.

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