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Posted by Harvey on May 10, 2002 19:16:10 UTC

*** I am of the personal opinion that one could probably count the number of people who have made a significant impact on physics on one hand so I am far from alone there!***

There are thousands of physicists who are making significant academic impact, and I don't doubt that you could have been one of them. From what I can tell, it is your inability to be wrong that got in the way. It probably got in Alex's way too.

As for me, I prefer to make my impact in the trenches.

Warm regards, Harv

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