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1-15-2008 @ 4:04PM
@Mat JamesClearly your higher level of education has done nothing for your basic understanding or acceptance of thinking outside the box. Alchemy is not the same as chem. Congrats on that brilliant observation. It is however representative of it. Mix things together to get something else. The idea behind this kind of learning environment is that everyday interactions and experiences can be expanded to a profound level. A kid in game sees how alchemists make potions. That then leads them to ask how does that work? So they research it. They find out on their own, because they are interested. Just because you were too stupid or lazy to discover things on your own or develop passions for learning, don't assume that others are the same. People that take their own initiative to understand something out of a sincere desire, will without a doubt come to understand it much better and more fully than those that are force fed the same information. Maybe you should learn to actaully think before you flaunt your fears of something different.
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