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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on August 29, 2002 15:59:51 UTC

Yanniru wrote:
"The Light Is Slowed Before Trapping It
So the speed of light is indeed variable."

Since the point of the article is that
light is slowed, I would like to see
a few more words about that...without compromising their lab confidentiality...It can be hard to "explain" a phenonenon without actually "explaining" it.

Yanniru wrote:
"Regarding belief in what scientists say. Physicists seem to be most honest, and biologists least honestamong scoentists, but both groups are far more honest than any other professional group."

I don't remember raising a question about their honesty in this exchange...or other? And,
please cite the scientific research that supports this.

Yanniru wrote:
"Honesty helps forward science, but it is not necessary because such results are not accepted until repeated many times at other labs. So far only one other lab has repeated the experiments."

Are you saying "honesty is not necessary...?"
"It" appears, in your paragraph, to refer to "honesty."


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