Actually, I'd beg to differ...MDG wrote:I think I'm the least "qualified".
There's an old story I learned in college about perspectives and the value of diversity in thought. It's about a psychology research team looking into personality differences and how they impacted work behaviors. The team took a ball of string, a paper clip, and some pliers, and gave them to two groups of people set with the task of creating a working pendulum. One group consisted of engineers while the other was made up of art students.
The engineers dutifully manipulated the paper clip with the pliers until it was as compacted as they could achieve so that the mass was centered and had a minimum of wind resistance - a considerable effort! Then they carefully crimped this "ball" of metal onto the string and, voila, a pendulum was born!
The art students, considering the task trite and worthless, looked to get past this exercise and onto something more meaningful to them - so they quickly tied the string onto the pliers, threw away the paper clip, and...voila, a pendulum was born!
Everyone brings skills and ideas to the table, each with their own merit, which is why, in the case of Stardust, diversity of searchers could well be a benefit and not a burden!
At least that's my take on this project...and I'm stickin' with it!