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Posted by Mikey Pearson on August 5, 2003 05:37:10 UTC

Harvard PhD. Richard Ruquist wrote this note
(in its entirety):
"Mike Is Obviously Disturbed by what people think of him on this forum. Otherwise he would not go out of his way to discuss me when I have not responded to him. Regarding the origin of ideas that are published in science. My experience teaches me that ideas largely come from the very few genius type scientists. I am not one. Richard"

Thank you for this. I am still trying to comprehend its logical structure. It appears you are posing an hypothesis (first sentence)
followed by a conclusion (second sentence) which, quite mysteriously, you seem to believe proceeds from your hypothesis. The third sentence follows a very grand sentence fragment which seems to promise illumination about "the origin of ideas that are published in science."
In the last two lines, I could not quite make out whether Ruquist was complimenting me or
being funny. Anyway, thanks.

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