In a message dated 2/10/01 9:40:10 AM Pacific Standard Time,
email@example.com writes:<< As I understand it, the short-term memory
that is involved in problem solving is the same used for speaking and
Perhaps, then, scientists tend to access their short-term memory in ways not
necessarily geared to communication. BM >>
Let me put up something for your consideration and speculation. I have
always heard that scientists and engineers can't write. As an engineer that
However when I took an obligatory course in law I noticed that Supreme
Court Justices and Engineers use basically the same style and use it to serve
the same purpose -- to explain their decisions and how they arrived at them.
Now, I wonder if there is anything wrong with the writing style or just
that it is one most folks don't run into.
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