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Posted by John Morgan Powell on February 23, 2001 02:28:59 UTC

Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D.

If you remind me again I'll not post my responses to you here, but in a personal email.

Thank you for your comments. Perhaps I am mistaken, but I felt like your comments or criticisms directed towards me were more favorable than those towards B.L. Nelson.

The high level of our technology suggests we're doing much better than those of the past, but it certainly is possible that the educators and scientists of today are making many of the same logical mistakes of the past.

More than learning the facts of science, I think the ability to think logically is the most important thing that an education in Physics or other science can give our people. Perhaps the ancients have much to offer towards that end.

John Powell, Ph.D. (Physics and Astronomy)
powelljo@uvsc.edu

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