The following commentary comes from an independent investor or market observer as part of TheStreet's guest contributor program, which is separate from the company's news coverage.NEW YORK ( Bullion Bulls Canada) -- With many investors now having descended back to full-fledged panic mode, it is obviously the perfect time to explain why 2011 could never be another event like the "Crash of '08." In distinguishing 2011 from 2008, many of the distinctions involve the degree of collapse which is possible/probable. Thus, I am not rejecting the suggestion that we are on the brink of another "crash," but rather pointing out that the nature of any such crash would be remarkably different. While most sectors of the economy (and most markets) are in worse shape than when the Crash of '08 commenced, there are a couple of sectors which are quite clearly much stronger than in 2008. When we explore this dichotomy, it will quickly become obvious why events could not repeat the scripted "crash" of 2008.