To my knowledge significant progress has never been born of competition. ... In science, being 'better' than others is of little practical value. Examples of how absurd the idea of scientific competition is are abundant.
The coming nanometer age can, therefore, also be called the age of interdisciplinarity.
We live of novelty in science, so whenever you do something new, you have to overcome certain beliefs that this cannot be done, that it is not interesting and so on.
I lost all respect for angstroms.
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