I, like many surfers on this board, browse a lot; many titbits of valuable info are disseminated by seemingly very knowledgeable people. However, what strikes me--in particular--are some disturbing elements. For one, the arrogance of many members (future doctors) is alarming! For instance, one well-known member announced his exit, claiming that his monopoly on truth was somewhat questioned by many. The outcome of that announcement was followed by an outlandish pouring of mail that only solidified his egotistical inclinations. That is very disturbing indeed! In a free society--no matter how much one claims to know--nobody has an absolute monopoly on truth. To sing your own praises, as Holy Writ declares, is tantamount to a cloud without rain. Secondly, while many names are known here (I will not name any--you know them). . . it is intrinsically wrong to show favor to them and regard their observations and claims as inerrant gospel. Their comments are not open to censorship nor editing. God forbid if their sacred writings were deleted. Mine, of course will be deleted since I am not part of that elite group. This is what politicians call the advantages of "entrenched power." And while we are not politicians, I fear that the true humility and openness that defines fine doctors is far from being developed in our own ranks.