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Paul Flocken



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 01 2007,10:09   

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scordova Mon Jul 23, 2007 11:04 pm
Dr. Jellison,
I do not want to minimize whatsover that you may be right. I was merely pointing out the possible (even if remote) chance CDK might be able to survive the problem you pointed out. The eclipsing binaries in Andromeda may have an alternative explanation, and the fact that 9% of spectroscopic binaires are eclipsing was suggested as an anomaly (perhaps a disconfirming anomaly) as well. We are afterall only getting pulses out of "eclipsing binaries".

We do not in fact have their orbits in plain sight.


I read this and heard the distinct sound in my mind of:

"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"
"WERE YOU THERE?"

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