It teaches the kids that studying science is just a way to build up a CV for college applications, rather than something that is fascinating and potentially a boon to mankind.

A few years ago, I was at a research conference, and decided to attend a talk whose title interested me. In fact, the title seemed vaguely familiar; as I waited for the talk to start, I suddenly realized why: The young man presenting the talk had been an Intel award winner earlier that year, and his mentor was a professor whom I knew somewhat. This professor has mentored many such high school contestants. Well, the young man gave a great talk, but in the Q&A it became clear that his knowledge of his research was superficial. He gave answers like, “I don’t know; you’d have to ask my research adviser.” Again, it was an outstanding talk, very polished and professional, and my hat is off to the student. But the research that won him that award wasn’t his.

https://normsaysno.wordpress.com/2017/03/15/fake-news-about-whiz-kids/

 

Displacing Qualified Americans using fake resumes is a favorite tool of non-immigrant guest workers on #h1b

I post many of Kumar’s articles and videos here because I want to understand both sides.

And kumar receives many complaints about his writing from people like this guy.

Anybody know where he is working?

I would like to ask that employer why they threw an American under the bus so that they could hire somebody not qualified.

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