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Re: CHAT: University Advice (was Re: A bit of advice)

From:Cathy Whitlock <cprincessw@...>
Date:Tuesday, September 12, 2000, 2:27
In a message dated 9/11/2000 9:08:52 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
draqonfayir@JUNO.COM writes:

<< > Funny, after a year of Canadian history, my teacher never mentioned
 > that. It
 > seemed like the book was selected American history regurgitated to
 > make
 > Canada sound like an American protogé. I don't think the teacher put
 > much
 > effort into finding a good book either. Its title was "Canada: A
 > North
 > American Nation"... I mean, if you can't come up with a better name
 > than that
 > for a book containing an entire nation's history, you are in serious
 > imaginative trouble!

 Hey, freshie year of high school my brother had to learn from a science
 textbook called _Biology: Life on Earth_.  As opposed to life on Mars, i
 guess... >>

Hehe I suppose that is better than the outright lie on my old chem book;
"Chemistry; the CENTRAL science"- I talked about that with an engineer friend
of mine, and we decided that math is really the central science, and then
physics. Only then come chemistry and biology, or at least so we concluded.