Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Clear Communication is not Appreciated

Clearly communicating yourself in a scientific setting is not appreciated.

Something I kinda knew. Complexity is viewed as being more valuable, why? It keeps people's minds spinning I guess? They have patterns of thought that are full of mumbo jumbo and getting rid of it would throw a wrench in the works? I don't know.

I do know that by clearly communicating my own theory of star evolution, I will not be considered as a serious philosopher/scientist. Maybe I should muck up the papers with verbiage and include a bunch of meaningless math equations. Then people will take me seriously?

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