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Posted by eventhorizen on July 18, 2003 14:39:34 UTC

Yep, spelling is such an important part of science. How could math and science possibly proceed without correct spelling. People who enjoy the fields of math, astronomy , and physics have not even scratched the surface in discovering the origins of our universe or its workings. They have thousands of theories, most of which of course are incorrect, but rest assure, the spelling is right. As long as you spell it right it must be true. And as long as you don't have the answers then best to critisize the work of others.

dark matter/no dark matter, some say yes, some say no. Big difference of course. Theories abound, but if we don't know then we should say that other guy is wrong, so that we look more right. Thats the way of man.

Perhaps we should look at anothers work as just that. The work of others, who enjoy exploring and exlaining the universe. Some of the most bizzare theories of the past turned out to be correct, and some of the most solid long held theories of the past have proven to be so very wrong.

So if you are insecure about your work and your existence then continue to critizise others. But if you feel good about your work, then embrace the opinions of others, even if you think they are incorrect. Bits and pieces of their work will be sure to enhance your work and discovery and your work will enhance theirs.

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