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From: Tony Lance 
Date: 19 May 2004, 01:17
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Round photographic plates.

Caption;-
Another pair of tracks, arising simultaneously,
from a common point. The two particles responsible,
for these tracks, produce equal specific ionizations.
The one leaving the track of greater curvature is an electron
of 27 MeV energy. The one leaving the track of smaller curvature
was apparently left, by a particle not then known to exist,
a particle identical with the electron,
except that it carries a positive charge. It is a 450 MeV positron.

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

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 1. Gardening section of Daily Telegraph, on Saturday
    17th November 2001, shows full front page spread
    picture of pin-wheel rickshaw.
 2. For another picture see;-
   http://www.bigberthathing.com/pinwheel.html
 3. Both show load perfectly distributed.
 4. Both are idealized pictures of a rickshaw that does
    not exist.
 5. A 19th century cheque-book journalist requested a
    picture of an unnusual rickshaw, which was promised
    for tomorrow.
 6. A portrait painter, a landscape artist and a
    cartoonist submitted quotes, which the cartoonist won.
 7. A wheelbarrow uses straight arm technology.
 8. In common with a handcart, the so called pin-wheel
    rickshaw, uses bent arm technology.
 9. It is physically impossible and so unviable.
10. This is a scientific cartoon, some work, some don't.

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Tony Lance
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