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Re: "Asteroid did not extinct Dinosaurs - Indian Cosmo Theorist"
I keep thinking that this story appeared a day too early. :-) -- Jeff Hecht
At 4:13 PM -0500 3/31/05, Allan Edels wrote:
>Dr. Raj seems to setting out to join OJ in the hunt for the real killer(s)!
>:-) [Maybe Robert Blake will also join their quest].
>For a Doctor of Literature, his English is terrible.
>Also, he apparently believes that IDEAS are copyrightable.
>While I pride myself on being quite well-versed in a great many things, I know
>my limitations. My math is not good enough to dispute Einstein or Hawking -
>but good enough to have "ah-hah!" moments when readiing their math. I have a
>very basic understanding of cladistic programs and how to run them - I leave
>that to people like Mickey or Tom or David. I know enough to know that this
>man is full of hooey, and I really hope that most people will ignore him when
>we talk about DINOSAURS, or Plate Techtonics, or Cosmology.
>P.S. David -> "The mice will be furious!" (Slartibartfast).
>>From: David Marjanovic <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>To: DML <email@example.com>
>>Subject: Re: "Asteroid did not extinct Dinosaurs - Indian Cosmo Theorist"
>>Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 21:05:54 +0200
>>>This 'Doctor' (apparently of Literature) has decided that his ideas can
>>>explain the universe and all other things