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Tue, 15 Jul 2003 01:14:09 +0200 (SAST)
well I think we'll now move on to the fhsst-authors list as sam pointed
To get Peter up to speed. I am a PhD student working on something (too
many things) related to heavy ion physics. I am registered at the
University of Cape Town, South Africa, but I am working at Lawrence
Berkeley National Lab, Berkeley, CA. In about 2 weeks I go back to SA but
the internet is everywhere (even in Africa ;) and I am back in January.
So Peter - welcome aboard - every bit helps and we will actively recruit
at some stage relatively soon - we just wanted to get a few chapters looking
so that people would take us seriously.
I have been adding only to phsyics and sam has been doing both phsyics and
maths. We don't have assigned roles so feel free to add what/where/when
ever you want. (Rectilinear motion is pretty lean ;) I suppose we'll have
to be more organised but when there are more people.
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