Ha ha! You almost got me. This is a Trick Question. If its your "Mum" then this is in the U.K. and thus you don't get to decide if you "mum" gets this operation. It is up to the Leftist Fascist Death Panels to decide if she gets it or not.....which it will be NOT....unless your "mum" is rich and or famous.
Yer MUM is FURKED!!!!!!!!
__________________ Banned 30 days for the Crime of "ETC"... and when I "ETC" I do it HARD!!!
Exactly, experience is key every time in every job. To choose anyone without experience is foolish. They may be capable of performing a keystone role as well (they may be but haven't proven themselves).
Performing a delicate procedure that requires the utmost precision would obviously be better done by somebody with many more years to practice that. The younger surgeon could carry out the surgery correctly, but it's 'better safe than sorry' with these things. And if the older surgeon has carried out many successful procedures before, then that demonstrates that he can apply the experience that he has gathered over the years. He's not a quack boasting with vague claims of 'experience' without having anything to back that up, but a true veteran in his area of expertise. And the type of steady-hands cognition involved here means genuine experience is going to reduce complications. Not that this same reasoning can be translated perfectly to other fields. Otherwise, we wouldn't have swathes of 'experienced' 70 year olds arguing man-made climate change as a hoax, or older chess players seeing their ratings stagnate despite consistent practice with age.
The OP is obviously rigged to compare a massive experience difference (zero vs. 30) to a far smaller aptitude one to validate Steve's obsession with his age, but trolling aside general intelligence is the best measurable predictor of job performance in almost every field when you're careful to correct for range restrictions, etc. Not enough to say the new graduate here would be better, but something that probably bothers Steve anyway.
Also, let's not forget to mention all doctors are basically required to be highly intelligent people with great memory, great logic skills, insane amount of knowledge and education. By definition, both doctors have undergone extremely difficult education and while their scores and encyclopedic knowledge may differ, they're still obviously within the same league lol.
These two guys are gonna be essentially the same league in education, knowledge access, intelligence and mental capabilities. The first may be top tier, the second bottom tier, but they're by definition the people of similarly high requirements for intelligence, mental durability and skill, but with a giant experience gap. It's not like the second is self-learned hobbyist from Kenya lmao.
Last edited by JKBart on Jan 23rd, 2018 at 03:41 PM