Date: March 14, 2005From: Satish Chandra, P. O. Box 381629, Cambridge, MA 02238, U.S.A. Telephone: 617-282-4996 FAX: 617-825-4943 E-Mail: satchandra04@hotmail.com Web Page: http://www.Psychotherapy.eBoard.com

Dear Editor: Not only is the work of one of the recipients (R. D. Luce) of the National Medal of Science almost worthless, he has been a participant (I have documentation of this) in heinous crimes against the world’s greatest living scientist. He deserves jail, not a medal. Satish Chandra The author, a scientist, is listed in Who’s Who in America (59th Edition, 2005). For more information about him, see his web page: http://www.Psychotherapy.eBoard.com (Access to this web page is sometimes blocked by some mischief-makers. If you cannot access it in the first attempt, please call 617-282-4996 and leave a message that you could not access it.)



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