And I am guessing you think you are the ONLY authority on the subject of the NEC…Right?
So lets talk about Stallcup, Holt, Simmons, Miller and ther others who make millions off their books…are they the ONLY authority in the country. How about the thousands of community college instructors who teach the NEC because they provide a valuable resource to the electrical trade.
Are they not good enough to teach?
Are you saying a person MUST know the complete intent of the change to be able to convey the application of the change?
I believe all educators in our industry who “YOU” feel do not fit your reasoning are and should be offended…the guys who work day in and day out to feed their family and help educate others is in your eyes…not worthy?
So the guys makes $ 200.00 a hour…yeah and when you do american trainco you probably make at least that much…probably around $2,500 - $5,500 a week ( Maybe More )…lets break that down…
I find plenty of things wrong in publications…found a bunch in a 2005 version of the grounding and bonding simplified book from Stalcup and the NFPA…but I also know they mean well and it was an honest mistake…Mike’s books have some errors in it from time to time…is he not worthy?
Let people do their thing…worry about yourself…In the end it is up to the people who they choose to learn from…so to me it is very easy to find good educators…the ones who have dedicated their life around code…I personally dont care what the code was in 1925 for example…I deal with the NOW…and the Present…