how many things that I know without realizing how I know it. Or, how many things I think that I know that are not actually correct.
Never have I walked into a classroom and demanded changes in order to do my job. I would look at the layout and resources available, and adopted. Never have I refused to learn the technology available to do my job
I’ve learned how to learn. When it failed, I figured out that it must be a problem with the motherboard, which it is. Even without taking computer diagnostics, I figured this out because of my critical thinking and problem solving skills that I had learned in my undergraduate and graduate studies.
It’s not uncommon for disreputable research advisers to try underhanded techniques like this. It’s unfortunate that the people actually doing the work don’t get credit when this happens and, in this case, the research is lost altogether because of published lies from within the same research group.
indeed, science can be thought of as a language. As we learn more about a subject, then maybe all we do is refine the definition of the terminology. Just something to think about.
We have a habit of sending these negative messages to students even if we’re not aware we are doing it or doing so intentionally.
No doubt, they blamed me for this, but I was just following the rules.
I honestly don’t know which I find more disturbing, that investors will give their money because they don’t understand science, or because they will fall for science based on a comedy.
I understand the theory of cars. I know the components and how they all work. But in practice, I have no experience at all, and lack the knowledge I need to work on them successfully.
to this day I’m upset with the blatant grade inflation and bias based on, well, who was in the group. Elitism should have no influence on grades. On that day, I had lost any respect I had for those faculty members, and frankly didn’t give a damn if they lost respect for me.