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Posted by Aurino Souza on July 4, 2001 18:20:46 UTC

Dick,

Since, in a recent post to Harv, you expressed curiosity as to whether you lost me, let me point you to a few clues:

>> There are a lot of people who know how to apply Maxwell's equations and do so every day who haven't the slightest idea of what those equations mean. > Without the math you should not trust a thing I say! > You should not trust anything you can not understand yourself. > I don't think you knew anything of the sort! There are lot's of tourist traps in the US where "water runs uphill". The whole thing relies on the fact that the average person hasn't the slightest idea what he is talking about when he uses the word "uphill". > Define "measured". You will find that your definition requires hundreds of concepts! > until someone capable of following the math actually goes through it in detail, no competent scientist will even consider the possibility that I could be right. > That is because you haven't the slightest idea what I am doing. > I tried to explain what I did on a level you could understand but I think I have failed!

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