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hyperme 05-04-2015 01:19 PM

you know what?
If you think you know more about a subject than trained professional of that subject, you are wrong. Also, any 'problem' you think a technology poses has most likely already been considered by these people. Surprisingly, making a complex system requires you to know what you are doing!

REACTOR 05-04-2015 06:16 PM

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.Blue Dwarf. 05-04-2015 11:50 PM

Re: you know what?
What if you are also a trained professional in that subject?

Not even a trained professional, you could just be an amateur hobbyist who simply enjoys the subject and is really into it, moreso than a trained professional would need to be to do their job.


Megadog 05-05-2015 03:27 AM

Re: you know what?
I agree that when you do not understand a particular subject, that you should generally trust those who do, but that's simply false if you DO understand said subject. My lecturer at university is a doctor of electrical engineering, and both the dean of engineering and the head of school of engineering at my university. He is still wrong about things related to electrical engineering. He even rewards people who call him out on it (though he makes you reward him if you call him out incorrectly).

As for problems getting through tech that the designers don't know about, I assume you mean significant problems. Like field pollution effects and stuff like that. Bugs are almost inherent in tech, and those commonly go by undetected by the devs.

While I can clearly see the point you are trying to make, and think that in relation to that your statements are valid, I'd personally avoid making sweeping over-generalizations.

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