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If you feel something to be wrong, or would like to contest anything that I have said, please do not hesitate to contact me at either of the following places:

My Warwick University E-Mail: m.j.k.roberts-amri@warwick.ac.uk

My Personal E-Mail: michael_john_roberts@yahoo.com

7 Comments leave one →
  1. 14/04/2012 11:27

    I saw your comment on Alex’s blog. I think that some of the heat from Alex, and from others, is based on experience.

    I too can do the banter. 🙂

    But I tend to temper my reponse to the individual. Thus someone like Hezekiah Ahaz is not likely to face the same level of heat as someone like Sye.

    A comment that is frequently made of ‘new atheists’ is that we are ‘agreesive’ but I would argue that, aside from any personal reasons that we may have for being quite cross based on our experiences of social Christianity (particularly in the UK) we are responding to aggressive Christian apologetics.

    There are people worse than Sye about.

    My blog is at http://patientandpersistent.blogspot.co.uk/

    • 14/04/2012 11:59

      The best tactic is to destroy the theory, but never abuse the man behind the theory. (Or woman)

  2. 17/04/2012 03:55

    Michael, thanks for stopping by.

  3. 17/04/2012 18:20

    Thanks for checking out ScienceSprings. I looked at your entries, you are the real deal. ScienceSprings is my attempt to simply bring out awareness of basic scientific research world wide with a major U.S. contribution. The reason I do this is because our press, print, video, etc., just plain ignores our research establishment. So, I write practically nothing. I pick up material from Facebook, Twitter and RSS feeds from the U.S. D.O.E. labs, CERN, NASA, ESO, ESA, projects running on BOINC software. I have made some nice friendly relationships, especially at ESO, ILC, and the Clean Energy WCG project at Harvard. I never tread on copyright protected material.

    Thanks again.

  4. 18/04/2012 11:12

    JUst saw your 4.18.12 post. Have to ask, do you know about the Einstein@home project running on BOINC software, hunting for pulsars? 39,000 crunchers on 145,000 computers, 263 TeraFLOPS/ 24 hrs. Not too shabby.

  5. 19/08/2012 09:51

    hello, would you like to exchange banner??? could you be interested???

  6. 07/01/2013 23:41

    Thanks for your “likes” of items at ScienceSprings. I looked at your site. You are the real deal. Me? Not a scientist at all, just in love with it, so I help spread the word.

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