Originally Posted by gtarmanrob
Duckie does have a point.
i think everyone is making very valid points here. i wouldnt go as far as saying one mans opinion is ignorance to another, obviously there are some of us who are a lot more open-minded or, as Duckie put, 'philosophical' when it comes to science.
im one of those too. i wouldnt write a text book on my own theories, but that doesnt degenerate my own theories, nor anyone elses. i have a very open mind and believe that while science is written in laws, we all know that some laws can be bent, others can be broken. maybe not today, maybe not this decade. who knows.
just think about how long humans have been around, and we have come only this far. we have accomplished a lot yes, but theres still a LOT more to accomplish and discover and solve.
very well said, i kept thinking the same thing after i read almost every person's post. i couldn't agree more; everybody is making their own good points here and there.
personally i think that we should post things like this more often, who cares if it isn't relevant to overclocking, i think that we have proven that we are all still very interested in it (8 pages of discussion says so), and rightfully so, it's extremely fascinating stuff. it's nice to see a fun argument that isn't
ATi or Intel
Edited by fencefeet - 7/3/08 at 9:44pm