Re: Info

Posted by Amaranth Rose on Jan 28, 2004 at 14:31

Re: Info (True)

Isaac Asimov was one of the most prolific writers of the 20th century. He produced an enormous quantity of work, both ficton and non-fiction, including many textbooks on various levels of complexity. If you con't find his nonfiction on the net in places like Amazon and Barnes & Noble, you might try checking the listings of some of the textbok publishers. Used book stores might be a possibility, too.

As for stupid questions, I may offend some people here (I'm getting fairly good at that, I guess) but IMHO at least there is no such thing as a stupid question excepting that one which is left unasked. At times the tenor on this board becomes more than a little hostile towards people who are not "learned", but, in all honesty, the only way people can learn is by asking questions and thinking about the answers. For some members of this board, it has become a form of "elite club" where they can reign smug and superior from their pinnacle of minute knowledge. This is unfortunate. From its inception this board had a purpose of helping to bring "experts" and neophytes together to further a learning experience in Science. I hope you can find it a comfortable place in which to ask questions. I'm glad to see you found your way here. I hope it is to your benefit to have done so. There is plenty of room at the board for all, sage and student, guest and browser. If any goes away hungry, it for the want of their own desire to consume what offered.


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