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Old 12-12-2018, 12:46 PM   #4043 (permalink)
redpoint5
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Originally Posted by Xist View Post
Please stop telling people to earn a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering until you have a P.h.D. in environmental sciences.

Or why don't you stop hanging out with unwashed heathens and find some intellectual peers?
I'd add a physics and economics degree, because environmental sciences aren't concerned with well-being for humans. Actually, I'd recommend no degrees since I'm against this current form of formal education. Save the money; learn more rapidly on your own.

I appreciate Aerohead's contributions here. My ideas have to be challenged, and I need to be exposed to different ways of viewing a problem to improve my own conception of things.

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Fossil fuels made possible a lot of advanceas. But most of it was wasted.
Look what we do today. Most production it's for futility.
All is vanity...

but I get your point and agree that much is wasted.
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