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Posted by CL on December 18, 1999 20:39:32 UTC

Wayne, first off I'd like to say that it is really impressive that you take such great amounts of ridiculing and criticism so gracefully. Every preson in the science world is entitled to their own opinion, no matter how off the wall it may seem. That's where it all starts, those that just keep with thier theories despite all the ridiculing are usualy the great ones. I must say that I totaly do not agree with your opinions, but I think you have a genius level of thinking. You don't have to be correct to be a genius thinker (who else ponders astrophyiscs but genius thinkers). Off that subject~~~~~~> I have one question, what do you mean that two particles have zero attractive force? Are you asserting that two objects in space have no attraction toward eachother?

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