Spectacular Meteor Shower

kkollins at pop3.concentric.net kkollins at pop3.concentric.net
Sat Nov 7 14:21:39 EST 1998


Hi, except for "BuckminsterFullerenes" which I've not studied, and
"earthquake prediction", which I've studied ("earthquakes"-stuff
in-general, that is), but have not carried through to "prediction", I have
Verified Solutions, including many Proofs, to all of the "Unsolved
Mysteries" on your web page. I'll take them before any interdiscilinary
group of Scientists =and= Fair Witnesses, within my ability to pay my own
way. (I'll accept funding, only if =rigorous= guarantees of my Freedom are
accepted... no "strings" attachable... :-)

The Solutions will Endure any "Attack" that can be proposed from within the
full extent of Science. K. P. Collins

jupiter at ajanta.sci.ccny.cuny.edu wrote:

> The Leonid meteor shower is coming. Astronomers predict that
> it could be its most spectacular display in 33 years.
> Viewing suggestions, background information and some history
> are provided at Jupiter Scientific's website
> http://ajanta.sci.ccny.cuny.edu/~jupiter/pub/sciinfo/index.html
> While you're visiting this site (which has just won an
> award from National Academy Publishers), check out the books
> and book reviews. Possibly of interest to you
> is The Bible According to Einstein (available from Amazon.com
> at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ISBN=0965517683/
> for more than $10 off price!)
>
> Good luck in viewing the "shooting-star" spectacle.
>
> --JP
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