May 1, 2016
Gareth is generous as usual, and it is a great pleasure for the entire AIAS / UPITEC to see this interest. I agree that no one could have predicted this phenomenon in 1996, around the time I was nominated for a Nobel Prize or so I am told. I agree that the interest of the colleagues is far better than any prize.”
But we hope that this is just the affection of a lap-dog for his master. Passing over the total absence of meaningful citations of this ‘breakthrough’, we wonder how Evans-the-Sewage explains the low (and decreasing) interest in the videos posted on YouTube; not to mention the universal preponderances of down-thumbs. Surely the two of them could conspire and get at least two up-thumbs on each video. It is quite worrying to reflect that Sewage occupied some sort of technical advisory position (aka sinecure) in local government: can a lapdog be a watchdog?