The details of your education are mostly irrelevant here; what counts is what you post and how you post it. Whether Ray is right or wrong about your education doesn't matter. Similarly, I do not waste time listing my life's classes at school, acquaintance with medical science, relevant studies at College etc etc. Ray likes to think I am a bit of an ignoramus about science, but that's okay!! I respond to what he says, what he thinks of my knowledge in science is water off a duck's back!!Quote
Ray, you really assume you know my education. I took all of the curriculum, regardless, as you say, I have never had a passion until I heard of neuroscience recently. I'm getting too old to study much since I work for a living.
And that is slightly muddled wording. It is obviously clear to you but anything that needs to be read twice or three times to obtain clarification on a message board needs re-writing anyway.Quote
I have more interest in the mysteries and correlations of mildly, if not more, associative trends in social similarities. I look for those things that appear similar rather than dissimilar. I try not to constrict my view of the things that stand out.
Your flag waving is really unneccessary. By the way, your assumptions are an affront to my classmates, the teachers and the schools I went to. Overseas there is no skipping out of a school unless one makes trouble to the local environment, which happened to one student. He was sent Stateside.