in town for free camps
Ohio State vs ESPN: Espn fights motion for mediation
Damn my careful line spacing was destroyed by my android device. Where is mgodroid?
There is an MGoDroid app.
Looking it up right now. ThNks for informing me!
Just reduced my productivity by 50% Yay!
Your tagline interests me. Was Feynman saying that "science is based on the ignorance of so-called experts" or that "science is the belief that the experts are ignorant, and therefore we must prove them wrong/give new ideas"?
I'm not sure but I think it has something to do with Charlie Weis.
My understanding is that Feynman believed the purpose of science is to discover things that suprise and challenge the experts. I think he was trying to say that science is the only way to overthrow widely held misconceptions, and that believing something just because an expert said it, is non-scientific. In the spirit of science I also believe that only Feynman knows what he meant by that statement and we can all make our own hypothesis regarding its meaning ;-)
So there are some serious violations in those documents? Hopefully enough to embarrass the hell out of Gee and Smith at the very least. At the most? Willful violator clause, here we come.
Bobby DiGeronimo to the list of names they are FOIA'ing tOSU for.
I'd like to add DiGeronimo to the list of names I wish I had.
I might add a couple observations:
1. The brevity of ESPN's response indicates how ridiculous it finds OSU's quest for mediation. It's the "I won't even dignify that with a response" response.
2. I would expect a ruling this week. The parties are supposed to submit evidence next Tuesday, Oct. 11 if the court denies the request for mediation and allows the case to keep going. The court will want to give them a few days to prepare their Oct. 11 filings (even though the lawyers are probably preparing their filings anyway).