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    What is it like for Schrödinger's Cat?

    If you can't "loose" the feeling, perhaps you could tighten it instead?
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    On the issue of kids not pursuing engineering/science/math these days

    Okay, this is exactly what I 'wanted' to say, only explained much, much better. I agree 100%, and am actually a little jealous that the point is made so much better than mine. lol
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    On the issue of kids not pursuing engineering/science/math these days

    Fair enough. I didn't really word it well anyway. My formative years were a perfect storm for "learning" that school was pointless. The classes were still taught at the level of the average student at the pace of the slowest students. In a situation like that, it is very easy for the top...
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    On the issue of kids not pursuing engineering/science/math these days

    My early years were a perfect storm for producing students that did not want to pursue math or science. First is "no child left behind." I don't know what others take is on this, but in my experience it is more along the lines of "no child allowed to excel." Classes are taught at the level...
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    Jobs for Philosopher?

    lol!
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    What are the intellectually MOST rigorous jobs?

    Becoming a parent did not feel like a selfish decision to me; I've had to become very selfless in many ways since becoming a parent. I don't mind people having opinions, but it has been my experience that when people take an authoritarian stance on a subject they have no experience in, they...
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    Words that are their own antonym

    I like egregious. Definitions will even show the antonymic nature by listing its current definition and its "archaic" definition. For some reason, "archaic: distigushied" is listed as the first definition...can't quite put my finger on why.
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