The bottom line is the only real science is physics, all the others are stamp collecting.<quoted text>
Goodness! I didn't realize I was talking to someone who studies "rocks". That must take some REAL training. After all, they have brains and are complex, thinking objects.
Wait... I'm mistaken. Rocks are rocks. I must have been thinking about people and how difficult it is to understand human interactions and how the mind functions.
By the way, I cut my teeth on physics. That was my initial field of study. But I found it too impersonal and uninteresting when compared to the social and psychological sciences.
And finally, a person or couple's ability to parent has been made a key issue in the Prop. 8 and DOMA arguments--by YOUR side.
You guys are the ones who claim that same-gender parents are inadequate when it comes to raising a child.
But, hey, if you don't want to make it an issue, that's fine by me.
By the way, I've been collecting rocks since I was a kid. I have a hell of a collection. They're all over my house.
I worked in geophysics for 43 years for the USGS. My title was geologist but geophysics is what I did.
I'm real proud of you like I said fruitcake! I don't give a sh!t if you're proud of me. I bet your not.