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Posted by Whittier on July 13, 2003 01:19:30 UTC

Hi Paul
If "we" claim that the conscious thinking knowing parts is "unity" then you have only done part of the process of proving it. I am not trying to dispense with "some of us," but I've found coalition-building to be difficult...contrary to what it might seem if we are all one (*in every way*).

Regarding Brilliant Pebbles:

http://www.highfrontier.org/OaklandTribune9-10-02.htm has an article

at
http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/24703.shtml Ruquist wrote
“It actually was well known in certain circles that the deployment was inherently vulnerable. I just produced and published some simple theorem-like math to illustrate the problem. The end result is Brilliant Pebbles which is not inherently vulnerable.”

at
http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/23834.shtml
the same guy? wrote: “The only pet idea I have is to keep weapons out of space, especially missiles like Brilliant Pebbles.”

This forum search instrument does not yield any response to “Canavan” but I'm sure Ruquist told the story several times about Canavan giving Ruquist credit for some of the concept of Brilliant Pebbles. Are the archives scoured?

Just our luck.
Same,
Mike

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