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To: bert
And what books would you recommend I ‘hit’? What scientific truth am I to seek in field or lab?

Come on, you can share just one or two “scientific truths” with us, can't you? Just a tiny one?

And to make it easy for you, just one or two scientists that speak of “scientific truth”.

Come now, don't be shy, I'll wait if you need more time.

30 posted on 02/21/2009 6:04:33 AM PST by count-your-change (You don't have be brilliant, not being stupid is enough.)
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To: count-your-change

To ask such a question is in order.

As a simple task that any one should be able to comprehend with a little application of brain power, go buy a Peterson Field Guide, any one of the series will do, and head out into the field. I would suggest the Peterson Guide to the Wild Flowers. Go every Saturday afternoon for a while till you get to know your study area. Identify as many of the flowers as you can.

If you have the ability to comprehend what you see, your will need to consult other books to develop a better understanding of what you actually saw. You might even find the need to take a night school course in botany.

It takes a little more effort than sponging in a pew


35 posted on 02/21/2009 6:40:51 AM PST by bert (K.E. N.P. +12 . The original point of America was not to be Europe)
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