Originally posted by andre18
i say, enough chat with this guy....he has no idea what he's talking about - conspiracy of scientists covering the truth, science is a lie etc. Anyone
whose been mildly educated knows better.
Go back to school!
Really?! You wanna take that
approach with me? You just f u cked with the wrong bull.
Let's break my education down, shall we?
Mathematician & Scientist by Education (and degree):
- Bachelors in Mathematics from the University of Texas @ Austin - ["Hookem" m/.]
- Graduate with Honors from The Science Academy of Austin @ L.B.J.** ["Sic'em!"]
Engineer, Project Manager, Technical Trainer, and Financial Analyst by Profession
- Immediately, after graduation, jumped in the Manufacturing Technologist Program at a local Fortune 500 Company, where I've worked for over 15+
years, serving a variety of roles.
Cosmologist & Historian [& Card Player] by Passion:
- These are my favorite topics, that I wish I had gotten an earlier jump on. As with everything, the more you learn the more you realize you
don't know. And, the more you want
to know. But, there is so much to catch up on, and, I had a later jump on these.
can be extremely thought-provoking, absolutely fascinating/revealing, profitable (not, necessarily applying to each, respectively,
but to all
Yet, I'm the one who's 'out there', right?
Let's hear your
background, tough guy!
(I'm sure I'll receive some reply about how structured education is overrated and does not imply intelligence - save it. Varying IQ tests
) have me between 154 & 160 - care to share yours?)
edit to add: know what you're thinkin' - Nerd, right? Sorry, I'm a multisport athlete that does alright with the ladies. [Suck it, nerds and
both of you!] Musician: percussionist/drummer, pianist (self taught), World Traveler, and have had a job ever since I was 15 (from
roller skating sandwich board ad-wearer, to dishwasher, to bus boy, to video store worker, to pizza maker, to maintenance kid, to electrician, to
graphics technician, to everything else, above (this all pre-graduate, naturally)) - pretty "well-rounded" I think they call it
**College level courses taught on HS campus: Math [thru Eng. and Bus. Calculus, plus Diff Eq + Algebreic Structures], Computer Sciences, Physics,
Chemistry [organic and inorganic], Biology, Astronomy, plus the advanced sciences, or 'electives' [inc. Circuitry - building circuit boards (all
components of), this is back in '87-'88]
edit on 7/3/2012 by SquirrelNutz because: (no reason given)