JimLucas Posted January 7, 2004 Author Share Posted January 7, 2004 ...deluding yourself.A thrilling thought :-) Interesting that you should feel that way about it. Imagine the frightening possibility that I know better than you JT.....:-) "Frightening"? No, no! That is the thrilling thought... that you might know more, yet be so good at hiding the fact. I would applaud that. Innovations are met with scepticism entirely due to conservatism, ignorance, indolence or lacking imagination.........[...] ...the establishment is *always* wrong in the beginning... Interesting opinions, against which history is full of counterexamples. You delude yourself. In fact, if your last statement were true, then any innovation would automatically become wrong the instant a new "innovation" was proposed against it... or should that be as soon as it was accepted by the establishment? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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