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Thank You For Your Comments, Bruce

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Posted by Robert B. Winn on May 15, 2001 19:23:36 UTC

Bruce,
It is wonderful that you have memorized this particular thing. What I am trying to do is figure out how times and distances relate to each other in in a situation such as the orbit of Mercury. It may take me a while with all of the interruptions from scientists wanting to tell about their own achievements. Yes, I have heard about core meltdowns, radioactive waste, nuclear explosions and many other wonderful things that scientists have done.
What I was actually trying to do was figure out some mathematics. Any time you want to share, go right ahead with your comments.
Robert B. Winn

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