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Posted by Harvey on June 2, 2003 00:11:52 UTC

We all know that you graduated from Harvard with your Ph.D. in physics (mathematical physics, right?). No one should doubt your career successes. Dick didn't even bother finding discoveries with his equations. He simply achieved the answers of others before him and considered that as his personal success. Too bad none of his physics training was ever put to good use. It seems that his thesis advisor really tried to help Dick Stafford. He was apparently a talented young physics grad student probably too smart for his own good. Obviously the young Dick Stafford had issues and for the most part has made it through life with his defenses up and his intellectual abilities keeping him in the ring so to speak. The guy is brilliant, no doubt about that. I just think its a shame that his earlier childhood raising couldn't have been shaped a little differently so that this great talent could have been better directed. But, I like Dick, he's a good guy and enjoy debating with him. I just think its a shame sometimes that he didn't pursue real physics rather than get caught up in whatever this is. It's certainly not science.

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