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    Hi, this is j_gukk. I am new. Let me know how this works!


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    Well ,you can either just follow the words of wisdom of fellow users or you can point out how they seem to be right or wrong.

    Again ,if you select the appropriate sub forum you can start a thread on any subject of your interest and you may get some hopefully constructive or otherwise criticism of any of your ideas.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J_gukk View Post
    Hi, this is j_gukk. I am new. Let me know how this works!
    When making any kind of "factual statement" (for anything not obvious to most educated people), you should back it up with reliable references, or someone is likely to demand it, assuming your post has anything of interest to draw such a demand.

    For instance, BBC News is rated as one of the most accurate sources of real news anywhere. A good place to find info to start threads, or support your positions. New York Times is another, as are others.

    Technical references should be from accepted journals, professional websites, etc. Absent reliable references, many readers will roll their eyes and ignore it, at best. At worst, any kind of response is possible!

    But asking "how this works" means you are off to a good start! So good luck.
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