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Re: Re: Re: Re: Please Re-phrase This Statement Richard.

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Posted by J Raymond Redbourne on March 10, 2001 03:17:24 UTC

Bit of clarification. In saying it is taught in standard university courses, I mean that wave dispersion is, but typically in a water tank. I have legitimately applied this to electromagnetic waves because laser light has been shown to have push. In fact it has been used just lately to stir an experiment of a very few atoms at the quantum level. If there is insistence, I can look up this reference. It was in a fairly recent science magazine.

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