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  •  But by no means less valuable for being so. (1+ / 0-)
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    I just hope you have a broad enough window to enjoy (!) the creation of that dissertation and to turn it into what you want it to be.  If you do have that freedom, please savor it.  Almost any job outside of a tenured professorship means significant compromises of that freedom.  Perpetual post-docs are soul-killing.

    Doing science is like eating the very best dark chocolate.  Doing science you truly love is having lots of that chocolate and no need to watch your weight.

    If this is an example of what's on your mind as you prepare to enter the professional science community, then I fully expect to be hearing about you in years ahead.

    BTW, did you know that Eugenie Scott has just announced her imminent retirement from the National Center for Science Education?  Their focus has been evolution, but it's moving to climate change.  You might consider finding out more about the organization.

    (-7.62,-7.33) Carbon footprint 12.6 metric tons. l'Enfer, c'est les autres.

    by argomd on Mon May 06, 2013 at 11:41:27 PM PDT

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