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Posted by Richard Ruquist on August 1, 2003 11:30:32 UTC

That in itself is not positivistic.

You are not a scientist. That requires a PhD and/or publications in scientific journals of original research. It not bad to not be a scientist. You can still do science and be knowledgeable about science as you obviously are. You just are not allowed legally to call yourself a scientist. Of course, you can always lie about yourself. That certainly is not bearing false witness against your neighbor. And you cannot be a scientist in spite of your GRE scores, which by the way, you never told us what they were.

If you do not like the frost heave idea, then a boiling pot will do. Put in some dirt and notice how it rises to the surface on boiling water. The math of outward turbulent flow applies to both the pot and the sun.

I am puzzled about something you once said to Lysithea, since you are bringing up old posts. You told her that you only had 2 and 1/2 years of college. Yet elsewhere you state that you took the GRE to enter grad school and finished college, in that order I presume.

Which was correct, what quiet said or what carefuluniverse said. In case you forget, quiet said he only had 2&1/2 years of college.

Richard

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