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Sun Apr 10 20:43:05 EST 2005


list just because you disagree with the way they say things. It's a
lot better for people with problems with a particular list member to
bring them up in private email with the member, and if a lot of people
start having problems or if the person in point then they should be
informed by list management that they will be removed if they don't
shape up.

I still consider MIND-L your list; I'm just the robodrone who handles
subscription requests. If you tell me to remove Dan Drumm, I will, but
I advise against removing him.
		- john
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I'll let some one else give introductory course in Fourier series &
Advanced course in Fourier series. You know, me too tried to study
physics first, and me too had to give it up.



> IMHO, this cannot be right.  Periodic non-sinusoidal waveforms
> can be described as a Fourier series of sinusoidal waves having
> integral multiples of the fundamental frequency.  As a result,
> a 100 Hz square wave has a sine wave component at 100 Hz, 300
> Hz, 500 Hz, etc.  Now, the idea in Hemi-Sync is to produce
> effects within the brain at inaudibly low


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