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Herein lies the secret code of the universe -- the essential key to
the unification of the physical
sciences -- and
the ultimate computer game.
And we owe it all to the brilliant discoveries and years of
Lewis Herrick Flint. Flint toiled on his studies of
for four decades in virtual obscurity (he was a well-respected
and his work documents beyond all doubt his (algebraic) description
Flint's great works will come to place him among the greatest and
most important scientists of all time, on a par with the likes of
Johannes Kepler, Aristarchus of Samos,
and precious few others.
Please visit the
UNI-SCIENCE ABSTRACTS files for a
review of the writer's attempts to further validate and extend the
works of Flint.
And thanks for visiting this site. Remember, as the National
Science Foundation says:
"SCIENCE IS FUN".
S. H. Shakman, INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE
The essential works of Flint on hydration will soon be available
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