Talk:Ram Poudel

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Carnot's advice

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.”
Ram Poudel (2020), “Email to Libb Thims”, Sep 18

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.”
Sadi Carnot (c.1820), “Rules of Conduct”, personal notes [1]

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)

References

  1. (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.

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