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Trying to become a recognized home-grown scientist

by cavemen
Tags: funding, idea, invention, research
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TMFKAN64
#19
Sep21-09, 08:12 PM
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Penn State tuition is about $15K per year for PA residents. CSU schools are much cheaper... about $5K tuition per year for CA residents. In addition, loans are available for some or all of this amount, plus living expenses.

As I said, perhaps you are not a lunatic. But when you claim to have a revolutionary theory/invention/whatever that you can't really tell anyone about because it will be stolen... you must understand that this sounds crazy. I think it's very unlikely that you'll find a professor willing to sign an NDA to discuss your invention.

You need credibility. Whether you believe it or not, a degree is the easiest way to obtain this.
cavemen
#20
Sep21-09, 08:42 PM
P: 42
Then why is it such a haste to get in to one for an average high schooler, i happened to be some three years ago?

It is like getting a second job that brings you a negative income.
Feldoh
#21
Sep21-09, 09:14 PM
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It is like getting a second job that brings you a negative income.
It's an investment, one that tends to have favorable rewards.
FunkyDwarf
#22
Sep21-09, 09:16 PM
P: 479
It's also the way the world works so you'd better get used to it =)
Locrian
#23
Sep21-09, 11:16 PM
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This reminds me of that old forum they discontinued - does anyone remember what it was called? Alternative Theories or something like that?

Man I had so many awesome quotes from there. Good times.
cavemen
#24
Sep21-09, 11:23 PM
P: 42
lets not talk about it

thanks to everybody

i would really appreciate if this thread would get closed


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