In respect to this communicate:
- “Hi Libb, we are going to organize a symposium following the conference with Keith Skene. Title and abstract appended below. Please let me know what you think. I do still have a great respect for your contribution to the thermodynamics. However, publishing personal emails/communication without permission is I bet a wrong idea. Thank you.”
The following are some word's of wisdom, from Sadi Carnot, directed to Poudel, in respect to all of his trying-to-be "personal", "private", and "secret" emails; particularly in respect to his IAISAE project:
- “Say little about what you know and nothing at all about what you don’t know. When a discussion degenerates into a dispute, keep silent. Do not do anything which the whole world cannot know about.”
Just a memory jogged into existence. If you desire to talk to me about the thermodynamics of existence, keep this founding "rule of conduct" in mind. --Sadi-Carnot (talk) 17:42, 28 September 2020 (EDT)
- (a) Carnot, Sadi. (c.1820). "Personal Notes" (§: Rules of conduct). Publisher.
(b) Carnot, Sadi. (1824). Reflections on the Motive Power of Fire: and on Machines Fitted to Develop that Power (§: Introduction) (editor: Eric Mendoza) Paris: Chez Bachelier, Libraire, Quai Des Augustins, No. 55; Dover edition, 1960.