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Posted by Scott Abernathy on April 17, 2002 14:34:03 UTC

As for as I know we are at least of age to be doing work comparable to Newtons work with inertia, gravity, and thermodynamics. You see, this is a forum of great minds and great "work". The "work" posted here is of Nobel prize calber. If you stay around here long enough you might even be able to use a budding scientists work, like Mike Pearson, in your doctoral thesis. His work is especially tight and well thought out. Look for him on the cover of Scientific American any eon now.

O.K. I am being juvenile again, and for that I am sorry (to the rest of the people in the forum). I guess the other "pplz" will have to respond to your query individually.

Steamy regards, have a blast, and a super-duper day


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