thedotmaster wrote:Because quite frankly half the people on here don't know much.
sanddbox wrote:Sorry, math has nothing to do with computer programming or hacking.
Possumdude0 wrote:Shouldn't that be an incentive for the half that do know something to teach the other half?
sanddbox wrote:In addition, engineering is useful for physically tampering with items, but not over-the-web.
Spe-edS wrote:not true. engineering is more than hands on work. it requires a different mindset and problem solving abilities which can be useful in solving any problem/challenge.
thedotmaster wrote:No, that should be an incentive for the half that don't know a thing to use their brains and go and learn.
Possumdude0 wrote:Doesn't learning involve listening to people who are more knowledgeable on the subject and understanding them? I'm not saying it is the responsibility of the people here to teach this stuff, or even that it should be their responsibility, I'm just saying that it is reasonable to assume that a person who is interested in learning about these subjects might find this site, with so many people who are knowledgeable and interested, and hope to learn some things here.
When I said it should be an incentive, I was speaking from my own personal point of view. When I'm knowledgeable in a subject, and I come across someone who wants to be knowledgeable about that subject, then I feel inclined to teach them what I know about that subject.
thedotmaster wrote:On the other hand, religion does not deserve a place in these forums - in my opinion
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