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Am 27.01.2006 um 20:43 schrieb Nathan Young -X ((natyoung - Artizen  
at Cisco)):

> To often we define expert as "someone who knows so much that they no
> longer need to take input"  Often what is needed is a definition:
> "Someone who is constantly changing their criteria for what kind of
> input to pay most attention to and can effectively evaluate those
> criteria"

Physicists are a good example of experts, who are most of the time  
consistently correct in their statements, as I think. There are  
internationally installed, accepted and constant protocols for  
becoming and being an expert in physics. Fraud is detected in the  
long run at least. Its the same in technical disciplines based on  
physics. Here we have areas, where there is only a small difference  
between theory and practice - again: in the long run at least.



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