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I wroteIt is a problem with how the Internet works. Messages never follow
Folks, I have read Dan's paper and I can give it the strongest--
recommendation -- despite his misuse of the four letter word "heat" (:-)
he just simply refuses to listen to reason. (:-) The graphicalsuggested
demonstration of T#2 is quite powerful and the classroom materials
seem very useful. Teachers all, take a good look, Jim Green
I missed the original reference, could you send again to the list?
After!! I sent this, I got the messages that were being quoted and had the
references. This seems to be a problem I have that I don't get phys-l
messages in temporal order. Do others have this problem? Is it a problem
with phys-l and how it sends out the messages or is it a problem with my
home institution network, in that they aren't forwarding to me in the
temporal order that they arrive. I've noticed a many hour reversal of
messages at times and if I recall correctly even a day reversal once.