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From: rjg@d31rz2.Stanford.EDU (Richard J. Green)
Newsgroups: alt.revisionism
Subject: Re: Pellets, shower, porous pillars...
Date: 16 Jun 1996 13:58:15 -0700
Organization: Stanford University, CA 94305, USA
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Message-ID: <4q1sh7$5qr@d31rz2.Stanford.EDU>
References: <> <4pvbn4$> <4pvigr$46a@d31rz2.Stanford.EDU> <4q0csd$>

In article <4q0csd$>,
>rjg@d31rz2.Stanford.EDU (Richard J. Green) wrote:
>>In article <4pvbn4$>, Mike Curtis  wrote:
>>> (Matt Giwer) wrote:
>>>>    He is a pharamacist who never took a chemistry course in his life.  
>>>So what?
>>Don't be fooled by this obvious troll.  Pharmacists study quite a bit of
>>chemistry.  Mr. Giwer has no evidence that Pressac did not study
>>chemistry.  Mr. Giwer has no evidence that Pressac believed ERCO
>>actually to be crystalline.
>       Richard J. Green EXCUSED HIM for not knowing the difference.  But I

I think Mr. Giwer made a spelling error.  Lie is spelled "lie" NOT

Richard J. Green                                Dept. of Chemistry
rjg@lyman.Stanford.EDU                          Stanford University     
http://www-leland.Stanford.EDU/~redcloud        Stanford, CA 94305-5080
"Are you saying that I should have insulting the Jewish reputation for 
integrity by saying only Jew and thus implying that we is observant?"  
--Matt Giwer (Translation into English not yet available.)

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