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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on March 16, 2001 14:56:13 UTC

You really seem to be a relatively rational person. I wish you would go back to my website at

and give my presentation a second chance. I really think we had a bit of a misunderstanding at the time of our last conversation. After reading a number of your posts I came to the conclusion that I had misunderstood your motives in your original response. I did finally post a reply to your last comment on the question but I notice now that the subject I inserted "Read it Again!" doesn't sound very friendly. I apologize for that; I do not intend to be rude, my wife says I just come by it naturally.

Your comment concerning the proof that "extracting information from a quantum system without otherwise perturbing it, is sufficient to collapse the wave functions" shows interest in exactly what I am talking about.

You commented earlier that you could not obtain the equations and implied it had something to do with your server. As I understand the world wide net, the problem can only be with your browser. My website is entirely basic HTML and all the equations are in the form
(??? indicate variables).

I could print you a hard copy if you wish; You can reach me at

Have fun -- Dick

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