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Bob L Petersen

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A comment about why there's a 1st Appendix It's a new road If I described
Posted: Apr 7, 2010 1:13 PM
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A comment about why there's a 1st Appendix It's a new road If I described to you.

You'd see where you could run on it. Your head first would see where it could run on it first. There is a chance you would be ready to scream before I have finnished.

Why do I know this it's what I don't want to be good at. Right now with everyone wanting to just own STAR WARS and get everyone to say neat. I have the time to take the long trip that got this done. Plan? Some one could tell you it looks like his original long list of things that he has done. Plan? The only person with a plan that person saying plan. It has to be all for them.

No matter what alive I'll write the paper. I was working in areas unknown and areas one could ask WHY. Meaningless it would seem.

There is a Door open.

Some commented he will alway find another one.

To those that quietly continue and don't claim my stuff. I would have been at another time a gentleman who I can't remember the name of. He was some one that was primatively charting stars like Tycho Brahe. He was chase off by friends of Tycho Brahe and died in Pargue as Tycho Brahe did. It's the Divine Comedy.

See Charles Hutton The Mathematical and Philosophical printed in 1815. It is not list under Tycho Brahe. You have to be reading the whole book to find it. It's under R. And nobody dug Tycho Brahe up to find out why he died. The French had DesCarte dug up and returned. They examined the body and found only spots on the lungs.


For Kings and Kings to be and those who claim to support.

To what teachs and what grows. I will always make it better.

God bless us one and all.

Bob L. Petersen



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