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I am Marv Goldberg, author of the text that I posted. You may confirm that by going to the article itself (http://home.att.net/~marvy42/Mellomoods/mellomoods.html) and sending me an email with the links that you find by backtracking to my home page. I set up an ID, but Wikipedia wouldn't let me in, saying that cookies had to be on. Well, my [Firefox] browser DOES have them on (I can do secured banking transactions with no problem). When you've satisfied yourself that I am who I say I am, I expect you to remove the problem notation from not only this page, but all the other pages that you flagged on Jan 20 or Jan 21; I don't plan on going through all that work. Sorry, but I was trying to bring 40 years of research into your poject. Now it's up to you.
I have confirmed by e-mail that this was posted by Marv Goldberg, the creator of http://home.att.net/~marvy42/, and will revert all the copyvio notices. --rbrwr± 18:19, 13 Feb 2005 (UTC)