Letters to the editor, February 2010
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From: Peter Neilson
We found a comment on http://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/01/29/diverging-views/ that led us to http://knowledgedrift.wordpress.com/.
I sure would like some of those grants. I fear though that the phsyicist isn’t much of a physicist. I rambled through some of the essays there and found them interesting. Some of them you read and say, hey wait a minute, and some you read and say, hmmm, maybe he has a good point there.Return to index of contributors
From: Jason Whyte
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If you have any questions please feel free to email me and I will respond promptly. Waiting for your E-Mail let me know once you added my link.
Thank you for writing. I have added a link to your site in the introductory paragraph. I hope this is satisfactory.Return to index of contributors
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Dear sirs,Return to index of contributors
You have a nice collection of material there. I certainly will link to your pages. If I can find the time I would like to do a summary page of the material.Return to index of contributors
From: Anthony R. Lewis, PhD, FN
has it occurred to you that the number of hits in 2009 is down from 2008 because people interested in your website are dying off?
I prefer to think that the supply of truly intelligent readers is being depleted.Return to index of contributors
From: steve king
Are you still taking submissions to your math puzzle question on the cyclic transformation?
Of course, particularly if you have something to add.Return to index of contributors
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