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Five centuries ago the printing press sparked a radical reshaping of the nature of education. By bringing a masters words to those who could not hear a masters voice, the technology of printing dissolved the notion that education must be reserved for those with the means to hire personal tutors. Today we are approaching a new technological revolution, one whose impact on education may be as far-reaching as that of the printing press: the emergence of powerful computers that are sufficiently inexpensive to be used by students for learning, play and exploration. It is our hope that these powerful but simple tools for creating and exploring richly interactive environments will dissolve the barriers to the production of knowledge as the printing press dissolved the barriers to its transmission.
I dont know anything about mathematics; cant even do proportion. But I can hire all the good mathematicians I need for fifteen dollars a week.
Nazis started the Science of Eugenics. Its the theory that to them, justified the holocaust. The problem is the Science has been broadly accepted around the world, including the United States. We even went as far as to hire the Scientists that were working on it and brought them over here rather then charging them with war crimes. [Project Paperclip] I think it is a very dangerous Science that contains ideologies that are a grave danger to the entire world.
Not long ago the head of what should be a strictly scientific department in one of the major universities commented on the odd (and ominous) phenomenon that persons who can claim to be scientists on the basis of the technical training that won them the degree of Ph.D. are now found certifying the authenticity of the painted rag that is called the Turin Shroud or adducing scientific arguments to support hoaxes about the paranormal or an antiquated religiosity. You can hire a scientist [sic], he said, to prove anything. He did not adduce himself as proof of his generalization, but he did boast of his cleverness in confining his own research to areas in which the results would not perturb the Establishment or any vociferous gang of shyster-led fanatics. If such is indeed the status of science and scholarship in our darkling age, Send not to ask for whom the bell tolls.
Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some hire public relations officers.
Universities hire professors the way some men choose wivesthey want the ones the others will admire.