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Even in recent memory, I have admitted to having been wrong. I claimed in one thread that Venus should be much cooler underground than it is on the surface. It seemed like a logical assumption since there would be no sunlight deep underground to heat things up. Then Bored Chemist questioned that assumption of mine, which made me examine it in more detail. I then realized that the ground wouldn't have anywhere to radiate all of the excess heat away that it would be receiving from above, so it shouldn't actually be cooler. I admitted as much.In my recent black hole thread, evan_au reported that one of my equations was wrong. I found out that, yes, it was wrong. I subsequently corrected it.
Having been in this forum for years now and similar ones for two decades now I need to ask this.Has any one of you ever posted the reply "I was wrong" in response to anything someone said about what you posted? I can say for certainty that I have. What about you?
I was wrong thinking mobiles devices could not be used to neuromodulate neuronal activity remotely.