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This a traditional letter column. You are encouraged to write a letter of comment on anything that you find worthy of comment. It will (may) be published in this column along with my reply. As editor I reserve the right to delete material; however I will not alter the undeleted material. E-mail to me that solely references the contents of this site will be assumed to be publishable mail. All other e-mail is assumed to be private. And, of course, anything marked not for publication is not for publication. Oh yes, letters of appreciation for the scholarly resources provided by this site will be handled very discreetly. This page contains the correspondence for July 2005.

Some of it is a little ancient; I’m slowly catching up – very slowly.

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From: Peter Neilson
Date: 7/20/2005
Subj: The hornest

My abject and most humble apologies, Sir!

I claimed, much too fervently, that mhadley_run’s word “hornest” had nothing to do with the French or English horns. I was totally wrong. A hornist is a player of the French (that is to say, German) horn. The word hornest cannot be anything but a chance misspelling.

The Hadley creature would have you take up playing the horn. It is not easy. I tried once, and found that I was inadequate. My similar attempt at the violin (borrowed at an Other Meeting for a few minutes from Pat Vandenberg) was far more musical, sounding only like a cat having intestinal difficulties. I recommend you stick to familiar instruments. The Hohner “Marine Band” harmonica should do nicely, in your particular case, even though it would be hard to call you “hornest” regardless of your skill or volume.

You will furthermore be pleased to learn that the “catgut” in the strings of the violin is not from cats, after all. The Large Black Dog, though, may be disappointed.

Of course it wouldn’t do to call me “hornest” but “Hohnerest” should do nicely. The Large Black Dog would indeed be disappointed; he sees little difference between cats, rabbits, and squirrels.
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From: Carmen C. Arendt
Date: 7/21/2005
Subj: Bird Watching

Is the June Harter Waterfowl Protection Area open to the public? Could we birdwatch there? Thanks, Carmen

Actually it is the June Harter Waterfowl Production Area, and yes, it is open to the public, and yes you could birdwatch there. In fact it is quite a good place for going birdwatching. Come and enjoy.
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From: Peter Neilson
Date: 7/22/2005
Subj: Programming languages and cars

In a brief article of a year or so ago you suggested that C is like a 1950’s dragster, and Ada like a Volvo.

Can you give me a table of the vehicles to be associated with other programming languages? Here are a few of particular interest:

Basic (Kemeny’s original version)

You might take a look at “A Guide To Programming Languages” to be found at https://richardhartersworld.com/~cri/1996/language.html. In the meantime:

C++ has racing stripes, a spoiler, an oversized muffler, a plastic jesus hanging from the mirror, and 98 horses under the hood.

BCPL appears once a year in the antique car parade. It isn’t driven; they haul it on a trailer.

Forth is driven on the outlaw circuit.

Java is a Lexus knockoff.

Lisp is a 1950’s Bentley.

RPG is a soapbox special with a gerbil for an engine.

BAL is a model car without an engine. You have to push it to get anywhere.

Fortran is a WW II jeep.

Ratfor is a WW II jeep with trainer wheels.

Troff is a broken down taxi driven by a driver who doesn’t speak English.

Basic is a motorized tricycle.

COBOL is an oversized low mileage SUV.

Easycoder is a rusted out tricycle.

APL is a Maserati without plates – fast as hell but you can’t drive it anywhere.

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From: Chip Hitchcock
Date: 7/18/2005

Maybe this belongs in the directory with the story about the Constitution? “1947” could mean that Grandma is senile, or grumbling in a mode ascribed to ancient Greeks, Babylonians, Egyptians… , but it doesn’t match the facts:

Or maybe Grandma is an alien? Isn’t 1947 a Memorable Date among ufologists?

Uh, that should be American Heritage of Invention and Technology … wrt to the previous pass (evolution of bird’s wing): seems the creationists have decided they’re beaten on that one and are now claiming the flagellum of some one-celled organism (IIRC one with a single very long flagellum rather than a covering of short ones as in paramecium) as proof for the same reasons (inutility of any subset of the parts that make up the whole). Have you looked at this one? —

In his book, Darwin’s Black Box, Michael Behe popularized the argument that the flagellum is irreducibly complex. The argument is like the argument of the useless partial wing – plausible if you talk fast. A good summary of the argument and its fallaciousness can be found at


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From: dave ng
Date: 7/21/2005
Subj: creationist FAQ

Wondering if I can also reprint your “Creationist FAQ” piece for the quarterly. Good stuff, and (in case you’re interested) another notch eligible to win an iPod. Let me know.

Certainly you may. By all means let me know if I win an iPod.

… continued on next rock …

Thanks Richard,

Do you have any newish material that would work well with the Quarterly. And I’ll definitely let you know if you win the iPod(s).

You might look at the “science!??” section aka “The Lucy Van Pelt School of Science” at https://richardhartersworld.com/~cri/fakesci.html. Much of the material therein is by other people but there are some oddities by yours truly. In particular I will suggest

The Completely Radical Anthropic Principle
Men and Directions
New Frontiers In Science, Chapter XVIII
The Soul Gene
Which Came First
Postmodern Creationism

Mathematicians would enjoy Mathgenesis at https://richardhartersworld.com/~cri/1996/mathgen.html

For those of a literary bent “The works of Jane Austin” is popular with students who cannot spell “Jane Austen” and who are unscrupulous about plagarizing their research. More precisely, it is popular with them until their papers get graded. It can be found at https://richardhartersworld.com/~cri/2001/austinbib.html. Then there is my not entirely believable anecdotes at https://richardhartersworld.com/~cri/2000/faradiddles.html.

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From: Nancy/Mike
Date: 7/19/2005
Subj: Older Darwin awards

These may be old, but are still magnificent!

Thank you. I haven’t been conscientious about updating the awards for several years. It’s on my list of things to do, a list that never seems to shorten.
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From: Ted Ducker
Date: 7/17/2005
Subj: gun death numbers

I am a strong opponent of gun control laws, but I have to point out that the numbers on this page are flat out stupid.


The murder rate in DC was 80.6 per 100K per year in 1991. The numbers you cite for Iraq (60 per 100K) are for one month, not one year.

In fact, you seem to be lumping all military deaths in Iraq and all murders in DC as firearm deaths, when that is obviously not the case.

Just thought you might want to know.

It’s very good of you to write, and I do wish to thank you for doing so. As it chances, there is quite a bit of material on my web site that is not reliable and, not to put too fine a point on it, factually false. Oddly enough, most of this material of this sort is in the humor department. I wonder why that would be.
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From: Mary
Date: 7/15/2005
Subj: curious

i wondered if someone could tell me the story about jezebell and who she was.or maybe refer me to a site where i can research it.

The primary reference would be the bible; the story is found chapters 16 to 21 of Kings 1 and in chapters 8 and 9 of Kings 2. A good summary of the story can be found at http://www.nisbett.com/people/bp-jezebel.htm.

I hope this helps.

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From: raj ra
Date: 7/15/2005
Subj: seeking information – Reg

Dear Sir/ Madam,
I am a Research Scholar from India. My area of research is Deconstruction. I am about to submit my thesis. I request your help in this regard. I need some information regarding the Year of Birth and Year of Death of a few critics and authors. If you could help me in this regard, I would be thankful to you. I have searched the Web and also contacted a few eminent personalities like you for this purpose. Most of them informed me that I could get the information only from you.As I have to submit my thesis before July 31st 2005, Kindly consider my request as serious and urgent….

I haven’t checked on all 25 but those I did check on are all still alive. I suspect that you can find biographical information on all of them in www.wikipedia.org.

To be honest, I would be quite surprised if anyone suggested my name as an expert in this field.

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From: bvan
Date: 7/11/2005
Subj: so, what did u decide ?

I think, to return money is best decision!

I quite agree. Please return mine immediately.
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From: Robert Eggleton
Date: 7/15/2005
Subj: For Publication Consideration

At age 54, my first novel, “Rarity from the Hollow” will come out as an ebook this summer. Please see: www.fatcatpress.com

I’m writing to promote my book. A portion of any profits from “Rarity” will be donated to prevent child abuse in West Virginia; and, the novel was written with subliminal educational content to impact child maltreatment.

While the promo on the above site correctly places it in the science fiction / fantasy genre, such is not a neat fit. The protagonist begins her adventure as a preadolescent victim of child abuse from an impoverished hollow in Appalachia, matures in colloquial voice to overcome victimization, and ends up saving the universe. Early scenes are harsh realism, but the story becomes increasingly outrageous and fun.

I have zilch money to promote my novel, don’t know anybody personally in the ficition marketplace, and apologize if you think this advertisement is inappropriate for your page. However, if you and your readers would take a few minutes to check out a sample, I believe that you will agree that it’s a good book submitted with the intent of helping out child victims. I’ll email a sample on request.

I would prefer that you not email a sample; my reading list is already too long. However I shall mention your book on my web site. Best wishes for your book; with luck it will get all of the attention it deserves.
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From: Pete Lister
Date: 7/11/2005
Subj: richardhartersworld.com

Sir, I just discovered your website tonight while researching the direction of travel for carousels. May I extend my accolades to what I am certain are already warehousesful that you must have stored somewhere. I am a fan for life. May this be a long time. I work second shift, so I arrive home at approximately 1:00 AM. I unwind (I work in a jail) by sitting down at my computer and surfing the web. Thank you for a very entertaining unwinding. From now on, I shall unwind here. Please accept my thanks, and please believe that it is both more intense and more sincere than any you have received heretofore. My very best wishes for your continued longevity, Pete Lister.

I am pleased that you find my site entertaining. I share your desire for my continued longevity; it is a sentiment I encourage in all of my readers. I must confess, though, that I have some trepidation about being popular in jails.
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From: Frank Makinson
Date: 7/2/2005
Subj: iterative mathematics

I was not born a mathematician but I think I have got the trigonometric-electromagnetic relationships correct in the small pdf article (14k). When I first identified the relationships I used a spreadsheet to manually calculate the angle that closely results in the SI numeric value for the speed of light. I eventually wrote a small computer program that would do the same iterative process.


My military experience was a few years before yours, I did not miss the war, and received my BS EE from Univ. of Iowa in ’58, financed in part by the Korean GI Bill.

My apologies for not getting back to you sooner. I printed the article out but I haven’t yet taken the time to read it carefully. When I do I will get back to you on it.

I also got the Korean GI Bill, having gone in 1954. The cutoff date was January 1955. My timing was impeccable since the fighting was over but the benefits were still being handed out.

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From: Chip Hitchcock
Date: 7/14/2005
Subj: https://richardhartersworld.com/~cri/2005/feathers.html

You observed:
A wing is a very good offensive weapon. [Watch geese in operation some time.]

I watched a tourist on the Boston Common not curbing her yappy little dog, who was boasting what he’d do to a goose that probably outweighed him. (Geese around here are mostly non-migratory, reportedly by descent from captives freed when live decoys were banned; the ones that survive the winters are bigger than the ones that fly south.) This was in late Spring, with goslings scattered around; a local finally warned the visitor just how much damage the goose would do in defense of progeny if the visitor didn’t pull back her dog.

Pity that, but probably for the best. The education of the yappy little dog would have been a salutary lesson, but the tourist probably would have had hysterics.
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From: Donald L Emerick
Date: 7/14/2005
Subj: death rates…

Unless I’ve read you wrongly, I’m sure you’ll soon catch your own error on death rates — DC vs Iraq — and soon enough, at that — but the rate for DC is a yearly rate, whereas the rate for the troops is a monthly rate… — so the conclusion is precisely the opposite of what you state it to be… but do you have the courage and intellectual honesty to retract a mistake?

Bad news for you; it’s a joke in the humor department. I realize that many consider our presence in Washington DC to be no laughing matter, but the sad truth is that tasteless humor is always in vogue.

Be that as it may, the good news is that I really do appreciate your letter.

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From: Paul
Date: 7/9/2005
Subj: last chance, dude.

u know may wire details. Return my money!

Oh, goodie, I’ve always wanted to be a last chance dude hanging out at the Last Chance Saloon. I’m sorry about your money. Fear not, it will be wisely spent on draft beer.
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From: shaifur rahman
Date: 7/14/2005
Subj: requesting algorithm of expected complexity

I would be pleased if you send me an algorithm of polynomial multiplication of O(M*M*N) where M=Length of bigger polynomial N= length of the other.The polynomial includes only one particular variable i.e x^8+7x^3=9 etc.

I’m rather puzzled by your request – the naive algorithm for multiplying two polynomials is O(M*N). It can be improved with the Karatsuba algorithm (look it up on google) to O(M**1.58)and even better with the Fast Fourier Transform. Of course something that is O(M*N) is also O(M*M*N) since the O() function is an upper bound, but I don’t think that that is what you are after.

On the other hand, if you are interested in very bad ways to multiply two polynomials I can accomodate you.

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From: Lois Harter
Date: 7/12/2005
Subj: Frodo

So I was reading your essay on “Nine fingered Frodo and the Ring of Doom” and it reminded me of the bumpersticker I saw last week: “Frodo failed. Bush has the Ring.”

Would the White House be Isengard or Baradur?
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From: Dale Ray Bourne
Date: 7/13/2005
Subj: Unbelievable

What an incredible idiot. Does your brain actually function on its own? Or, does it depend upon the ‘academic intellectuals’ for steering? I strongly suspect the latter. Try being a free thinker.

The trouble with being a free thinker is that it doesn’t pay very well.
Only a matter of a few millions of years ago the sun would have been as large as the orbit of the earth. Disregarding the solar displacement, the earth would have been spinning so fast that it could not have possibly have retained its spherical shape.
Fascinating. Did you come up with this particular fantasy yourself, or did you find it in a comic book?
Where’s the HARD evidence supporting evolution? It takes more faith to believe that the universe exploded from nothing, than to believe in a Supreme Being as Creator.
Fossils would be the HARD evidence supporting evolution.
Come on, Dude. Put it in gear and stop being lead around by the nose.
Good show; I appreciate mixmaster metaphors.
Concerned in Tennessee
Thank you for your concern.
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From: Antony
Date: 7/4/2005
Subj: confusion????

Dear Sir,
Is the usage: one the largest buildings in the gulf, correct?

Please clarify.

Thanking you, Antony

I assume that you meant to write “one of the largest …” and not “one the largest …”. In answer, no it is not. The superlative denotes a singular item, i.e., there is only one fastest runner in a race, one largest fish in a school of fish usw. The usage “one of the largest” implies the possibility of there being several largest buildings.

One could object that there is more than one sense of “largest building”, e.g., the building with the most floor space, the building with the most volume, usw. However proper usage would be to clarify which sense is meant.

It would be proper to say “one of the larger buildings in the gulf”.

I hope this helps.

… continued on next rock …

Thank you for the prompt response.

So, the idiom, one of the largest is correct; if it connotes different perspectives.

To give another example: one of the finest epics, if not the finest, ever made.

Your new example is a barbarism of the sort perpetrated by advertising flacks and persons who write movie review columns. The difficulty here is that the debasement of the English language is a professional duty and prerogative of that class of persons.

For example, it is no longer possible to buy a small package of processed food. It may still be possible to have a choice between medium, large, and extra-large. However “medium” is disappearing rapidly, and we are left to choose between large, extra-large, and family sized.

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From: Peter Neilson
Date: 7/6/2005
Subj: various matters

One mhadley_run asks you to please be hornest. This has nothing to do with the French Horn (which is German) or with the English Horn (which is French). Instead, is is a misspelling of a kind of wasp. mhadley_run, although demanding money, was seeking a painful and stinging retort from you. Instead all he (or she) got from you was an ill wind. Next time send him hornets as requested.

This can’t be right – one might send hornets but one could scarcely be hornets. Though I suppose mhadley_run might actually have meant to say “please, bee hornets” which goes with your thought of a stinging report. Then again, the poor chap might have wanted to be paid in bee hornets, which I imagine might be some kind of Brazilian killer bee.
Over the years (or perhaps hours) you have created several reviews of books that have yet to be written. These cause mirth for some of your readers, but frustration, anger and even hatred in others. Have you ever considered hiring out-of-work technical writers to create some of the heretofore missing volumes? Dr. Lewis and I could team up to be a highly effective collaborative ghost writer, if you could find a way to meet our rather expansive financial requirements. (That’s high falutinese for how you had better pay us a lot more money than mhadley_run or amy carey will be getting.)
It seems like an excellent plan. As it chances, I have a supply of low denomination lira that I never quite got converted over to euros. If that doesn’t quite meet your expansive financial requirements I can always run them through the enlarger on the copying machine.
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From: amy carey
Date: 7/5/2005
Subj: any news, dude ?!

I mean may be u decide to return my money in an amicable way

Never fear. You shall get every cent that you have coming to you.
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From: Philip Roberts
Date: 7/5/2005
Subj: USS Constitution

re. your 1998 article on the Constitution:

She wasn’t even built in 1779 (first put to sea in 1798 when she fought the French not the English), and as for carrying that amount of shot (about 920 short tons worth) in a ship that displaced 2200 tons, well, it stretches credibility a bit. Throwing 317 tons of rum and 194 tons of water on top of all that shot, she’d be pretty low under the water. Heavy ships in this day, out for a long voyage, might carry as much as 100 shot per gun or 4,400 shot for her rather than 74,000.

Are you implying that the Chief Curator of the National Park Service might say something that is less than the total and absolute truth? I am shocked, sir, simply shocked. My child-like trust in the fidelity and veracity of our public officials has been irretrievably shattered.

PS: It’s in the humor section.

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From: Cinndy
Date: 7/5/2005
Subj: cri Who are you

criWho are you

Richard Harter. Why do you ask?
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From: Brian Grimm
Date: 6/30/2005
Subj: Tournament sorts

I ran across your site searching for “tournament sort.” I heard that Tournament Sort was a hot topic in the ’60’s. But the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s “Database of Algorithms and Data Structures” web-site has only a placeholder. If you are in a position to call Supercat’s use of the word “a bit of a misnomer” I think that implies you can tell me what a “real” tournament sort is.

I’d like not only to know, but perhaps also to update NIST DADS or at least Wikipedia for other inquisitive minds

Knuth’s volume on searching and sorting has a good discussion on tournament sorts and related sorts. The root idea is the tournament structure, e.g.,
	a[1] ---
	a[2] ---  |
	a[3] ---  |
	a[4] ---
The general plan is to remove the winner and redo the contests in which the winner appeared. This is a well defined process with a unique course of comparisons.

Heapsorts are often called tournament sorts. My view is that this is a bit off. Although heapsorts have a tournament tree structure and remove the winner in each round, the course of comparisons is different and isn’t nearly as efficient (in number of comparisons) as the basic tournament sort.

The dominance tree sort in my article is intimately related to the basic tournament sort. Indeed, the strategy that I suggested in my article is equivalent to the basic tournament sort. I didn’t appreciate that when I wrote the article.

The great advantage of using a dominance tree rather a tournament pairing tree is that it opens up the possibility of considering other strategies. In particular Supercat’s variant weights the members of a dominance list rather than using the natural order. I’m not sure that this buys anything though.

When I look back at my article I’m not terribly happy with it. I hope that I get around to revising it.

I hope this helps.

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From: vermonthum
Date: 6/19/2005
Subj: humor page – “One liner book reviews”


This page seems to contain a joke actually titled “The Pilot”. Was there a mistake?

There was indeed. I shall have to fix it some day. I fear that the one liner reviews have permanently vanished.
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From: mhadley_run
Date: 6/30/2005
Subj: i give you last chance to return my money!

PLEASE, be hornest…

I’ll do my very best. By the way, what does one have to do to be hornest? Does this have anything to do with playing the French Horn?
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From: Ari Freiser
Date: 6/25/2005
Subj: joke

your page, “jokes sent to me by a smart woman,” put me in mind of the following:

Q: How many men does it take to tile a bathroom floor?

A: Only one if you slice thin enough.

I am not aware of any copyright on this, so do with it what you will

Thanks for the joke; it will appear in the correspondence column. You’ve roused my curiosity though – to what extent and under what circumstances can a joke be copyrighted?

… continued on next rock …

My understanding is, same as any other written material: if there’s an actual author, it CAN be copyrighted (copywritten?), but IANAL so what do I know?

Now that I did not know – however my ever unreliable dictionary informs me that it is “copyrighted”. So good having reference materials at hand – it permits the appearance of being knowledgable. Sadly, my on-line dictionary does not admit the existence of “knowledgable”. Fortunately my spell-checker does, so I have an electronic defense against the charge of being an ignoramus.
I do know that Bill Griffith, the artist/writer for Zippy the Pinhead, did not copyright “Are we having fun yet,” which he wrote, and has been bitter about it for years. Since I love the guy’s work, and have a burnin yearnin passion for justice, i always try to give credit for that one when I see it used.

Ditto Steven Wright’s line, which has shown up in AT LEAST three movies uncredited, which really ticks me off — he’s the one who wrote, “No matter where you go, there you are.”

You mean it’s not originally a Yogi Berra line? I suspect that clever lines like that are uncopyrightable.
I’m still trying to figure out who first used the phrase “anywhere but here.”
Michael. When Adam and Eve were being cast out from the garden of Eden Eve wept and asked where they could live. Michael of the flaming sword replied, “Anywhere but here.” Now you know.
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From: takara3
Date: 6/25/2005
Subj: did you receive my messages, dude ?


I’m sure you do. If you had it you could afford a keyboard with a shift key that doesn’t stick.
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From: Dr.Roland Henry
Date: 6/16/2005
Subj: inquiry

From The Desk of Independent Committee of Eminent Persons (ICEP), Switzerland.

My name is Dr.Roland Henry an American Citizen and an appointed member of Independent Committee of Eminent Persons (ICEP), Switzerland. ICEP is charged with the responsibility of finding bank accounts in Switzerland belonging to non-Swiss indigenes, which have remained dormant since World War II.

It may interest you to know that in July of 1997, the Swiss Banker’s Association published a list of dormant accounts originally opened by non-Swiss citizens. These accounts had been dormant since the end of World War II (May 9, 1945). Most belonged to Holocaust victims.

The continuing efforts of the Independent Committee of Eminent Persons (ICEP) have since resulted in the discovery of additional dormant accounts – 54,000 in December 1999.

The published lists contain all types of dormant accounts, including interest-bearing savings accounts, securities accounts, safe deposit boxes, custody accounts, and non-interest-bearing transaction accounts, Numbered accounts are also included.Interest is paid on accounts that were interest bearing when established.

The Claims Resolution Tribunal (CRT) handles processing of all claims on accounts due non-Swiss citizens. I discovered a dormant account of Late Mr. Pitt weaver with a credit balance of 50,000,000 US dollar plus accumulated interest. The beneficiary was Murdered during the holocaust era, leaving no WILL and no possible records for trace of heirs. The Claims Resolution Tribunal (CRT) has been mandated to report all unclaimed funds for permanent closure of accounts and transfer of existing credit Balance into the treasury of Switzerland government as provided by the law for management of assets of deceased beneficiaries who died interstate (living no wills).

Being a top executive at ICEP, I have all secret details and necessary contacts for claim of the funds without any hitch. The funds will be cliamed from a bank in London,where we can safely withdraw the funds And we can share the funds and use it for investment of our choice. Due to the sensitive nature of my job, I need a foreigner to HELP claim the funds. All that is required is for you to provide me with your details for processing of the necessary legal and administrative claim documents for transfer of the funds to you.

Kindly provide me with your full name, address, and telephone/fax. I will help since I am an insider, I will be monitoring the transaction from here to make sure that the fund is transferred to a secure bank account, numbered account in your Bank, of which you will provide and also be capable of accessing the funds gradually and transferring to your country and other banks of your choice in the world. My share will be %50 percent and your share will also be %50 per cent of the total amount.


You can find additional information about unclaimed funds through the Internet at the following websites: www.swissbankclaims.com,
http://www.cnn.com/WORLD/europe/9902/09/germany.holocaust/ www.avotaynu.com

The Holocaust Claims Processing Office has put funds in Escrow awaiting submission of valid claims for necessary disbursement. I find myself privileged to have this information and this may be a great opportunity for a lifetime of success without risks. Due to Security reasons, reply to my via email only.

I am impressed. I had thought that I had seen every possible appeal to the vilest form of greed in these “Nigerian” scams, but I see that I was mistaken. I have been invited to share in the fruits of the depredations of tyrants, in the defalcations of dishonest bank officials, and the looting of charity funds, but never until now have I been asked to mulct holocaust victims. What is next, I wonder? How low do they think I can sink?
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From: The Truth is Out There
Date: 6/14/2005
Subj: The Great Deception

Secret societies control our politicians. This has been always the same. The vatican, masonry and other societies have their members as political and religious leaders, and not only that, but also another sectors of our society as the banks or even hollywood.

In the upper grades of this organizations, their members practice satanism. They want to foment third world war to create the new world order.

They want to make people believe that all wars have been caused by divisions between world countries and religions to establish a one world government and religion. This government will be presented as the kingdom of God, and to make people believe it they will quote bible verses and make all kinds of wonders. The leader of this kingdom will claim to be the prophesied messiah. The UFO phenomenon and New Age movement are the key pieces to understand this deception.

In fact this is the kingdom of the beast where all people will worship the beast and the followers of Yeshua prosecuted. The aliens are the biblical fallen angels and also hybrids, they were the gods worshipped by ancient civilizations.

There will be presented many benefits to the population, new technologies will be released and promises of propsperity and peace, but don´t believe it, it is a lie. This will be a nazi one world government where all population will be totally enslaved and implanted with mind-control chips. But their kingdom will only last a few time as prophesied.

They are planting lies for us to don´t see the truth behind it, if you join the pieces you´ll see the big picture. God is not of any religion or denomination, they are controlled and scattering the flock. They are a spiritual restrainer for the people who join them. God is in everyone of us, and teaches us in our heart, about right and wrong, about truth and deception. We only must understand and learn to grow spiritually and get out from the matrix. The Way is Yeshua the Messiah. The majority will always believe the lie. Where the carcass is (falsehood), the vultures will gather (multitudes). If you want more info you can go to:


What an amazing revelation.
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