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@Ineedyourhelp i dont kno wht a crackpot like u is doing on this forum. try spreading this BS of yours at someplace where u can find cracks like yourself.
This is an engineering/scientific form and allow us to pay respect to one of our pioneers in peace.
I thought engineers were too smart for being anti-Semites. Unfortunately, it seems that I was wrong. There are a-holes even among engineers.
On the other hand, you say you need somebody's help. Perhaps a psychiatrist might help you.
The man's life story is inspiring and admirable. I was moved to order his autobiography when I started to read about his life. I never had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Zandman, but it is clear to me that he led an extraordinary life.
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