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Richard Stafford: You Could Get Somewhere

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Posted by Alan on January 21, 2002 05:33:25 UTC

Hi Dr. Dick;

When you wrote your "Egyptian Scenario"; I carefully analysed it and discovered what you are on about.

Looking at your disk (which not having a computer I've only had one good look at so far) I learn more, and more from your posts.

I can see why you may have trouble with aspects of previous posts of mine.

What you do not seem to realise is that I do not stand still, I advance.

I obtained in my own way a number of your results.
I am in a better position now to forward your work to the math experts I said I can contact.

I suggest you try talking to me, the conversation could go places.

Do you have any suggestions if a University/ mathematician, wishes to reveal your findings/ their analysis of your work, on to the wider science community?

Do you realise you might become very well known?
I wasn't born yesterday. Your work might not be obscure for much longer.

I myself wish to remain anonymous by the way as what I research is something best done in anonymity.

Good luck,

-Alan

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