Big Bertha Thing Positive
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Round photographic plates.
A photograph of great historical interest.
The track is one left by a positron. This positron possessed,
an energy of 63 MeV, before entering the lead plate from below;
after penetrating the 6 mm. lead plate, it proceeded with an
energy of 23 MeV. This change of energy, shows definitely,
the direction of motion of the particle and, therefore, allows
one to conclude, that it is positively charged.
From a book by
Professor of Physics and Chairman of
Department, University of Kansas.
The "Particles" of Modern Physics.
(C) Copyright The Blakston Co. 1942
Tony Lance ....................................
Big Bertha Thing jeremiah
A film Jeremiah Johnson, not necessarily true.
A mountain man asked him, whether he was any good at skinning bears.
He said that he could skin them, faster than the mountain man could
So running down the mountain, with a bear in hot pursuit.
His friend runs in the front door of the cabin and jumps out
the back window.
"You skin that one ... and I'll go catch me another one!"
(C) Copyright Tony Lance 1997.
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Big Bertha Thing Antwerp
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Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2008 10:11:20 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: Planets Gather on May 5 and May 17, 2000
15,000 flying bombs landed on London in 1945, World War II. (V1 and V2)
15,000 flying bombs then landed on Antwerp in 1945.
15,000 postings, cross posted to sci.chem and three other newsgroups,
had the subject line Jeehad needs scientists.
The blow by blow of what happened, when I pointed Big Bertha Thing and
pulled the trigger, is contained on swnet.sci.astro, instead of sci.chem
I have been the primary user of swnet.sci.astro since 1998.
Would you honestly want me somewhere else?
Everyone should have a home.
Marcus Str?mberg wrote:
> tonylance.DeleteThis@myinternetuk.com wrote:
> > I am not interested in liitle bugs, just the gross misconduct sort.
> > Vice-presidents heads should roll.
> Don't bother even trying to understand. I don't think you'll ever will.