After almost having a panic attack a little while ago (thanks for helping me with that!) I dropped my History 121 class. I feel so much better! I have this summary paragraph that is due tomorrow night and I was wondering if I could get some of you English Majors (or if you are just really good at English Comp) to look at my paragraph and let me know if I made any mistakes. Its not due until tomorrow at midnight so I have some time to make corrections. Thanks! In his essay, The Burden of Skepticism, Carl Sagan suggests that too much skepticism or the lack of skepticism can be hazardous. If a person lacks a healthy dose of skepticism, they will be unable to distinguish the difference between a good idea and a bad idea and believe everything that they hear. Sagan also believes that a person can be too skeptical and leave themselves unable to learn anything new or improve their station in life. He concludes that a healthy skeptic lives with an open mind to new ideas, tests them out in theory or in practice and bases their judgment on the results of their findings.