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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 17, 2004 06:43:39 UTC

Hi, Jon
Thank you. Your perspective is interesting...if anything, it would be great if you would elaborate on things. For one I was a little hazy on your post about a manned mission to the Hubble Space Telescope. Would you be willing to clarify that?
I wish Tarajee did not stop posting...in my blurry memory, he is like an alter-ego of "Alexander," who posted in this funny room a long time ago.
Btw, what are "students" in a technical sense as pertains to physical science? So in short, if you're going to use big words, know what they mean. Like Informania?
That was a neat post by Wandaqueen, I think.

Mike

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