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New mini-LIT Member

A young guy with whom I have exchanged e-mails since some time
on various topics is interested in joining our mini-LIT
discussion circle. A short introduction by him is enclosed below.
I think we may safely add them to our circle.
If there are no objections, please add his address to your 
LIT mail aliases.


-- Zenon
 Dr. Zenon Kulpa              |   
 Center of Mechanics,         |             All civilizations
 Institute of Fundamental     |     become either spacefaring
   Technological Research     |                    or extinct.
 ul. Swietokrzyska 21         |
 00-049 Warszawa, POLAND      |                    Carl Sagan

 tel  ++48-22/261281 ext 279     fax  ++48-22/269815  
 URL  http://www.ippt.gov.pl/~zkulpa

> From pbakelaar@exit109.com Mon Jul  8 12:10:01 1996
> Date: Sun, 7 Jul 1996 07:15:44 -0400
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> To: zkulpa@zmit1.ippt.gov.pl (Zenon Kulpa)
> From: Philip Bakelaar <pbakelaar@exit109.com>
> Subject: Re: LIT
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> My name is Ben Bakelaar, and I am 15 years old. I currently
> live in NJ, in Manahawkin, next to Long Beach Island. I 
> moved here in November 95 from Little Falls, near Paterson,
> where I had lived for 10 years. I am going into 10th grade.
> I have had a love to read ever since I could, and even
> before that. At age 10 I discovered sci-fi, then fantasy,
> and have read 100s of novels since, (and spent $100s in 
> the process)! I am a good student in math & science and
> have always had a love for them. I am in all honor 
> classes. 
> I wish to join LIT because I believe in the reality
> of moving into outer-space and the importance of the
> advancement of technology to that point. I also 
> believe that although the goverment MAY be trying to
> do this, individual work is well rewarded. Being a part
> of LIT, I would hopefully recieve references from members
> to books on learning things such as quantum physics and
> other related matter. Also, I hope to host the LIT web
> site, as well as (once I learn some stuff) be able to
> intelligently participate in conversation, something I 
> NEED! I rarely have the chance to have a highly technical
> discussion of sorts, and even if LIT doesn't have many,
> it will be better than nothing! >:)
> I guess that should do it.
> Thanx Zenon for trying to get me in! 
> Ben