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Re: Cat's two cents worth

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  • mirror_images2001
    <<<Then they show a bit of the spectrum that was recorded, which is just spikes.>>> if you had an understanding of spectra then i dont
    Message 1 of 3540 , May 31, 2001
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      <<<Then they show a bit of the spectrum
      that was recorded, which is just
      spikes.>>><br><br>if you had an understanding of spectra then i dont
      beleive you could say this.<br><br>each of those spikes
      are there for a reason and can be and have been
      duplicated in labotory conditions<br>their postion and
      arangment tell the temeture and<br>type of elements
      present.<br>i doublt very seriously if there is any room
      to<br>reinterpit something so well known and establashised as
      spectra.<br>your seemenly lack of disscernment over what IS fact
      and what MAY be fact is appaling to say the
      least.<br><br>using your logic i could paraphrase it into an aurgment
      that goes something like this:<br>the mere fact that
      all known dead people can be shown to be dead in no
      way proves that ALL dead people that have died in the
      past are really dead<br>nor that all living people
      will sooner or later die,to assume such would be
      proposterous to say the least!<br><br>i beleive that pretty
      well sums it up :)<br><br>you have a rare abilty to
      see past the mumbo jumbo<br>and to dig for the
      truth,if you could combine that with a little wisdom i
      think you could be a force to reckon with in the
      scientific comunity.<br>i hope that you can come to grips
      with the cynicysim and disdane you have for the
      scientific comunity at large and to realize that while
      mistakes are there to be found and ferrited out<br>the
      foundation that has been laid is indeed solid in its
      compsistion.<br><br>the telescope man
    • jefftibb
      The SEDS site has a short list of Messier Marathon locations where people will congregate to count the Messier Objects. If you would like to join a
      Message 3540 of 3540 , Mar 13, 2002
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        The SEDS site has a short list of Messier
        Marathon locations where people will congregate to count
        the Messier Objects.<br><br>If you would like to join
        a group and do it check out this
        site:<br><br><a href=http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/messier/xtra/marathon/mm2002.html target=new>http://seds.lpl.arizona.edu/messier/xtra/marathon/mm2002.html</a><br><br>Many will be happening this weekend.
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