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Round photographic plates.
Caption;- A pair of tracks, apparently arising simultaneously, from a common point, outside the field of view. The particles responsible for these tracks, have been ejected, when a cosmic ray was absorbed. The thinner track is that of a 120 MeV electron. The more dense track is that of a 130 MeV proton. This photograph was taken with a field of 17,000 oersteds.
From a book by J.D.Stranathan Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Chairman of Department, University of Kansas. The "Particles" of Modern Physics. (C) Copyright The Blakston Co. 1942
Big Bertha Thing laundry
My beautiful laundrette only had two machines, so I asked my customers, if they would bring there own in. Now we have seven machines and it is very nice. Once we get the water pipes and electricity laid, it will be magnificent. For water read data and electricity read documentation.
Pastures was released on OUSA Classical Particle conf., on 5th November 1997(Bonfire Night UK)
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Tony Lance firstname.lastname@example.org ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Tony Lance email@example.com Date: Jan 25 2007, 2:17 pm Subject: Big Bertha Thing tactics To: sci.chem +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
24 February 1998 18:22:42 OUSA Astronomy Item From: Frank Hollis Subject: Re(2): Big Bertha Thing positron To: OUSA Astronomy Caroline Walcot,oufcnt2.open.ac.uk writes:
I don't see what pics of a positron particle (??) have to do with a conference on Astronomy, which is basically stargazing and astrophysics and mainly optics.
Surely all this Big Bertha stuff should be diverted to a physics conference such as S271?
Or even better, the conference that was specifically set up for exactly this material, moderated by Spammer in Chief - Tony Lance.