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Reader comment on item: The Middle East's Tribal Affliction
in response to reader comment: boy, too much knowledge is not always good as I can see

Submitted by maksman (United States), Jan 31, 2008 at 17:00

I think we are talking past each other. I am trying to form hypothesis of what makes certain populations behave better in similar circumstances with similar tribal histories. What you trying to achieve I can't fully comprehend yet. My guess is that you have high degree in humanitarian sciences and I have high one in exact, because our trains of thought seem to be totally diffrent.

All the best.



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