m.kirkcaldie at removethis.unsw.edu.au
Wed Mar 31 20:08:42 EST 2004
In article <sBIac.10208$lt2.1702 at newsread1.news.pas.earthlink.net>,
"ken" <kpaulc@[remove]earthlink.net> wrote:
> And, for the sake of avoiding 'conflicts of
> interest', =no= TMS.
Done a little searching, huh? That was my initial topic for a PhD but I
have moved out of that field. Must have taken some finding, most of my
web presence stems from music journalism I did when I was an undergrad!
OK, if you're serious, I will provide you with an article whose methods
and introduction section are intact, including references, and you'll
let us know how NDT applies to the problem under study, and how it
predicts the experiment would turn out. Correct?
It will take a little time to locate a paper which you can't simply look
up and find out the results ahead of time, which means a pre-publication
or something obscure, yet still peer-reviewed.
If anyone has any suggestions along those lines, please feel free to
contact me via e-mail (there is an obvious spam block to edit out).
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