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Bill Gates is a walking, talking inspiration. Not that I'm taking education for granted, it's just that we have the power to succeed, regardless of any obstacle that may come our way. =)

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This caught my eye because I also find it interesting that the most
widely-published professors and researchers are not the ones teaching
students at their universities, almost out of necessity-- if you're
spending so much time in the laboratory or the library, you can't
teach a class full of undergrads at the same time.

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This is discussed by our teacher when i was still in college. Most of the amazing brains are always drop out from school. right?

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