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Topic: Im-prove.
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James Waldby

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Registered: 1/27/11
Re: Im-prove.
Posted: Jan 5, 2014 3:15 AM
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On Sun, 05 Jan 2014 03:12:46 +0000, No News wrote:

> Does anyone have a proof that Archi, Wizard-of-Oz and Virgil are
> different people?

Name User-Agent: NNTP-Posting-Host:
"Wizard-of-Oz" Xnews/5.04.25 news.synserver.de
"Virgil" MT-NewsWatcher/3.5.2 786a8d17.ngroups.net
(PPC Mac OS X)

As noted above, "Wizard-of-Oz" and "Virgil" appear to post from
England and Germany, respectively, while "Archimedes Plutonium"
posts via google groups and lives* in the Meckling suburb of
Vermillion, SD. I doubt that AP is organized enough to keep
three different persona going, using international accounts.
I also don't think he would entertain or publicize any of the
objections to his stuff that the others have. Of course this
doesn't prove anything; but it is far easier to believe that AP
is delusional** and that "Wizard-of-Oz" and "Virgil" are obsessed
but otherwise mostly sane, than it is to suppose the contrary.

*See eg [1] (some AP addresses); [2] (a 2010.02.17 letter from
a South Dakota Public Utility Commission chairman to AP); and
[3], where AP writes, "Mr. Plutonium was forced out of the Hanover
New Hampshire region in 1999 due mostly to his ideas were too
revolutionary and advanced compared to the conservative and backward
College community there. And has moved to a region of the USA where
there are fine, hard working and honest people and where it is peace
and quiet, perhaps the finest area of the USA to live. He moved to
a locale near Vermillion South Dakota where there is a University
nearby in case he needs an extra bit of resource. And where it is
peaceful and quiet surroundings. A place where he can grow and
appreciate one of his most beloved hobbies of growing trees, and
some horticulture specimens where there is rich topsoil."

**I can't otherwise account for his belief in
10^603 as a "bound on infinity" and his belief he proved something
in the odd-perfect-number thread

[1] <http://radaris.com/p/Archimedes/Plutonium/>
[2] <http://puc.sd.gov/Dockets/HydrocarbonPipeline/2009/comments.aspx>
[3] <http://www.iw.net/~a_plutonium/>


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