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Topic: The 4-Color Theorem and Abuse of Power
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Steven H. Cullinane

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The 4-Color Theorem and Abuse of Power
Posted: Oct 2, 2002 4:48 AM
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Excerpt from a message sent to the Open Directory
at about 2:00 am EDT Oct. 2, 2002, via feedback form:

I see there are two changes in the Open Directory
listing for Science: Math: Combinatorics.

(1) My site Diamond Theory (http://m759.freeservers.com)
is no longer listed there, after having been listed
for about two years, and
(2) Ashay Dharwadker is now one of that category's editors.

My site includes a page (http://m759.freeservers.com/rough.html)
critical of Dharwadker's attempted proof of the four-color theorem.
....
I wrote Dharwadker when I put up my web page critical of his
would-be proof, but never heard from him. Please advise me soon
as to how you intend to handle this matter. As you may imagine,
I am very angry.





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