Thursday, February 19, 2004

Some may say that it is better to analyze facts for details and ideas, rather than to detail ideas with analyzed facts.

While that is true, (after all, is not a hypothesis an educated guess based on observation ?) one cannot postulate without assumptions. The danger is not in making an assumption: only in not stating it,its scope, its basis, and/or its purpose.

Classes are getting tight. Homework bottlenecks are increasing. The crowd watches on in a hushed silence ... waiting . The unspoken question at the tip of everyone's tongue, "Can he do it ?" ... Well, HE ... COULD ... GO ... ALL ... THE ... WAY !

Get outta my way, maaaan.