Thanks Kevin, this was the kind of response I was looking for.
I get e-mails continually asking me to sign petitions and sometimes I wonder how much thought that the framers of the petitions or those who sign them give to the issues themselves. It seems to me that people are quick to sign off on something if it doesn't require them do actually do anything (beyond buying a stamp) and I wanted to give people pause to think things through before they print off a form letter and send it off.
I mean, how many have signed petitions to ban dihydrogen monoxide (DHMO)?
As for the research, I'm happy that it is ongoing. The important thing, as I said previously, is to connect the dots from then to now. Any gaps, assumptions, leaps in logic or wishful thinking and the whole ediface crashes to the ground.
From: Kevin Windsor <kevin.windsor@...
Well said JP, though behind the scenes we have been doing this research for
the better part of a decade. [snip]
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