Lazerus wrote:1) Speaking as a physics major, that level of stupidity is just plain offensive.
This is not the first time that you've charecterized your personal credentials.
Lazerus wrote:Right. In any event, I am not a doctor, I am an intern.
Would you care to comment on your inconsistent presentation?
If you would be a physics major, that would imply that you have not gotten a degree in physics. When you get that degree, you generally say I've got a BS (MS, Doctorate) in Physics. But if you're an intern, that would imply that you've gotten your bachelors, you've passed med school, and you're currently in a paid position working somewhere between 60 and 120 hours a week depending on your program. That would be inconsistent with you being a physics major at this point in life unless you're heavily into drugs and haven't slept for several months in which case what are you doing on this forum?
Now maybe I've gotten it completely wrong but I'd like to hear your version of how that's happened before I touch the substance of your argument. I swallowed hard the last time because I know how little time interns actually have to do fun stuff like argue on forums. This latest seems a bit much.