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Re: [RFI] Non-transmitting tower causes RFI/EMI?

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Subject: Re: [RFI] Non-transmitting tower causes RFI/EMI?
From: Alan NV8A <nv8a@att.net>
Date: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 09:40:01 -0500
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I am amazed that our son has managed to graduate from high school (a 
somewhat academically oriented charter school) without having done any 
physics at all, and I don't think he's going to be required to take any 
in college either.

OTOH, he took AP Chemistry, with a lot of intricate mathematical stuff, 
without ever having had a broadly descriptive chemistry class that gave 
him a foundation on which to build that quantitative study.

Alan NV8A

On 11/14/07 12:33 am digital-conjurers@roadrunner.com wrote:

> This is, perhaps, as good a place as any to emphasize the fact that 
> American Science and Technology education has slipped far below the mark; 
> after having been through numerous episodes of this myself over 40 years, 
> with technically-educated and non-technically educated neighbors, all I can 
> say is that we really do need more science & technology education in our 
> schools, at all levels.  The comprehension level of this sort of thing is 
> getting worse, not better.
> People won't believe what they have not been taught to understand; it's a 
> tough case, but there are a LOT of good suggestions submitted here.

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