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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on May 4, 2002 19:02:09 UTC

>>>"It's not fun being the one to refute a life's work."

It is when you get someone so stubborn, evasive, and obtuse as Stafford. Besides, I seriously doubt any of you physics PhDs in here are the first to debunk his mess.

>>>"You pulled a switch on us from taking gradients of the values of your data points to taking gradients in space."

Alex seemed to say something similar. Indeed, I'd be surprised to find one physics PhD who'd agree Stafford is onto something.

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