On Sep 29, 9:26 pm, Dan O <danover...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 29, 5:43 pm, Wes Groleau <Groleau+n...@FreeShell.org> wrote:Think of it this way- how could an engineer even consider
> > On 09-29-2012 08:46, DirtRoadie wrote:
> > > Well, there you have it. There's no end to the problems that can pop
> > Worse problems occur when engineers AREN'T involved.
> > I wouldn't hire an engineer to remove a tree, and I wouldn't hire a tree
> I know people who have gone to school and obtained engineering
"engineering" a bike without some concept of what constitutes a "good"
And that understanding comes from feedback of those who know the
I think it's pretty clear that someone like Frank (since we are
speaking in generalities) reaches "this is good enough" (for something
engineered by someone else) and can neither envision nor grasp what
might be "better." At that point it becomes his "faith" which he
defends kicking and screaming about his "data" or raising straw
arguments that do little more than prove his lack of understanding.
Dylan's line "don't criticize what you can't understand" covers it.
Frank's "understanding (our prime example) ended last century. Now he
spends all his time using misquotes, partial or inapplicable facts and
smarminess in order to claim some great vision or knowledge. Sad.
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