Date: Thu, 07 Mar 2002 13:07:51 -0700

Author: Jerry DiMarco

Subject: RE: Crystal Difraction Simmulators


This topic raises another question about housekeeping issues. Not
meaning to criticize anyone's spelling, but the subject line contains 2
misspellings. If a person searches the Archives for these messages at some
future date, will they find them if they happen to spell the words correctly?


At 3/7/2002 12:26 PM, you wrote:
>And you can simulate amorphous diffraction using "no run" pantyhose (get
>your own).
>While you're at it, insert a feather, near its edge, for interesting effects.
>Try a piece of plexiglass with model airplane cement smeared on it for
>other interesting diffraction patterns. Karl
>Dr. Karl I. Trappe Desk (512) 471-4152
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