Hoozah! Salvatore Giulano is one of the greatest men of the 20th century
yo how do I change my Avatar? I have a good one all queued up, but cannot find any kind of Edit feature for it
Haha...seasons change, avatars change.
Good point about the info consolidation. That can be tricky when you are trying to explain something from square one to an uninitiated person.
You also start seeing patterns in what you learn, so naturally you start skipping ahead before you have all the scientific reasons for why things are true. IE: Do I know all the details of global warming, water pollution, air polution, and ground polution? No, I don't. But I know it can't be good.
testing... what is this Conversations feature?
yo I miss the raging defiant anguish scream personal pic avatar
also I have a tendency to consolidate/organize specific information and scientific data, so, for a week I will know right off the top of my head all kinds of statistics regarding this or that specific, but by the weekend, all of these birds nesting in my tree have flown, only to have left a single egg that contains the lesson of these data suggestions.
Haha that was beautiful.
[quote]Sometimes right when I think I've lost you in a conversation, I remember that you have a more philosophical way of talking. I speak much more straight up and scientific, so we end going over things again and again that we don't really disagree on. [/quote]
True indeed; I tend to write though for the general benefit of all interested, and so would argue that this is an even more effective means of conceiving memetic offspring. We can approach an existential question with the cold scalpel of the scientist and the humid drum beat of the tropical shaman and speak two languages to one listener!
Sometimes right when I think I've lost you in a conversation, I remember that you have a more philosophical way of talking. I speak much more straight up and scientific, so we end going over things again and again that we don't really disagree on.