I can smell a hint of jealousy and inferiority complex in the author. Looks like the work of someone who failed to become a Professor. Sour grape syndrome perhaps?--Labdoor 17:20, 18 April 2008 (EDT)
- And what is your source for that? Should I put an uncited template? Learn together 02:14, 20 April 2008 (EDT)
- On the essay? Yes, you should. Murray 15:38, 20 April 2008 (EDT)
My previous thoughts on this and Professor values were removed so I am reposting them.
- Has any of the major contributors here ever stopped and asked themselves, without resorting to conspriacy theories, why is it some of the most intelligent and educated people in Western world don't agree with me? Why is people who spend all day doing critical analysis not agree with my political views? Why is it tha people who study geology, rocks and rock strata come to the conclusion that the world is billions of years old? Why do you think people who spend all day looking at plant, animals, fungi and bacteria come to the conclusion that they all descended from a common ancestor? You can claim bias and censorship all you want but we are dealing with over 1 millon people here, they can't all be colluding against you, its hard to get that many people to agree on one thing, especially as you say they hold petty jelousies. It seems to me Labdoor is right, you are covering for your own failed academic aspirations, you failed academically because you could not even critically analyse yourselves and what you believe. You instead remained steadfast in your opinons and looked for evidence to support them, rather than looking at evidence and forming your opinons. This is the opposite of intellectual pursuit. DaBoss3 20:40, 18 April 2008 (EDT)