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Scott Adams has a bad case of what I call Heinlein's Syndrome, a common disease among engineers and computer types which presents as the rabid belief that the ability to code in FORTRAN or solve differential equations means knowledge in all fields superior to everyone.
by rifek on Thu May 12th, 2016 at 07:26:34 PM EST
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