> This encourages > eliteism, and I for one am sick of it.
Those on the wrong end of things usually are...its a tough life.
> Science is 95% opinion then facts, lets face > it.
Your argument about dieticians is fatally flawed as you have chosen a 'non science' that has been named a science. True science subjects are specifically NOT opinion at all. In true science subjects there is no room at all for opinion...When you know what you are talking about you can argue a point, until then I suggest you stop showing your immaturity. > > Another example is music. We know what sounds good. Everyone aggreed > that Valves for instance sound great. But knowitall engineers use > trensastors with inferious sound quality just to save a few bucks.
Your pays your money you takes your choice - you can still buy valves, but they cost. The engineers have just proveded a cheaper alternative.
> They argue with numbers. Hey, I don't want to do maths just to listen > to music. I know what I like.
Then pay for it.
> You cannot apply objective reasoning to > a subject which is intristically subjective. But try telling those > recent grads with their useless piece of paper that and they go all > mightier--then-thou.
Those useless pieces of paper that get them more cash and better jobs than you...thats what upsets you really isnt it?
> Whilst you want to trun collage into a trade school with yore narrow ......> interesting to be with, not a boring focuesed geek. Really, it makes > me so mad when people say "oh, he's doing a humanities degree, that's .....> improved grammer and spelling skills that are lacking in the > technical. As for those that say "you will be working at mcdonalds" , > I'm going on to so a PhD in socialolgy where I'll be line for tenure > where I have a much more rewarding job then beeing a science freak or > an engineer
Surely this must be a troll....no-one with such aweful spelling could possibly be making these comments :-)
. Anyways, all I have to do to be a engineer wold be to get > my MSCE and how hard couyld that be? techincal stuff is simply > whatever fad the market thinks is hot at the moment, but all great > things were done by humanities.
mmmm, obviously no idea. Did you know that in many countries it is illegal to claim to be an engineer without the equivelent of a Masters in Engineering- putting them on the same level as doctors and lawyers.
> You technical types are far to narrow minded and cynsical. You should > learn to enjoy life.
How would you possibly know anything about the personalities and traits of engineers when you seem to have such a narrow vision yourself. Christ, get studying your PhD in sociology, soon you might be up the same level of understanding of people as the average man on the street - but it'll take some work I'll tell you.
> Relax, and make peace with god. He transcends all.
mmmm....yep....if thats what floats your boat - I'll be content with just enjoying myself.
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