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Thursday, May 7, 2015

"So generally speaking people with a U.S. Birth certificate that complete their Ph.D. at an American University will more often than not accept teaching positions at U.S. Universities and de facto will teach A1 Visa B pre candidate doctorate seeking graduate students of whom seem to be brighter smarter and better students than their assistant and associate professors, and we have people with lower I.Q.’s teaching Ph.D. students with higher I.Q.s and since this is the case is the work required to earn a Ph.D. marginally less than it once was"

For a free Macbook Pro click here: Did you not “whitewash” Albert Einstein, John Von Braun, John Von Neman during World War 2 and the Korean War? How many A1-Visa-B’s did you hand out to pre-doctorate candidates over the past 30 years, that is exclusively to Ph.D. seeking graduate students only attending American Universities’ graduate schools? Oh, but did any of the A1-Visa-B recipients have a birth certificate in any of the 50 U.S. states? Do you think that your should continue to “whitewash” the most brilliant from other nations? Finally has the quantity of entry level professional, scientific, technical, and engineering jobs --increased or decreased for people the have a U.S. birth certificate? So, generally speaking , people with a U.S. Birth certificate that complete their Ph.D. at an American University, will more often than not accept teaching positions at U.S. Universities, and (de facto) will teach A1-Visa-B pre-candidate doctorate seeking graduate students, of whom seem to be brighter, smarter, and better students than their assistant, and associate professors are, and we have people with lower I.Q.’s teaching Ph.D. students with higher I.Q.s, and since this is the case, is the work required to earn a Ph.D. marginally less than it once was? Within my immediate and extended family (both maternal and paternal) there are 7 of my family members with a doctorate degree, and of the 7, 3 of them accepted a faculty position at F.S.U., G.W., and U. Conn. This is evidence of people that have a U.S. birth certificate, and of whom also have earned a doctorate degree from an American University, accepting a faculty position at an American University, that pays a salary of between three quarters to one half less than the median salary of an employee with a Ph.D. working at a large American corporation. 4 of 7 (Hypothetically speaking) would be evidence of the majority of people with a U.S. birth certificate and also with a doctorate degree from an American University, accepting faculty positions at American Universities. If A1-Visa-B students that have successfully completed their Ph.D. continue to fill the highest paying professional, scientific, technical, and engineering positions in the private corporate sector of the U.S.A., then the U.S.A. might eventually have many U.S. born citizens that live at home with their mother and father. Information about the Illuminati click here

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