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Why aren't people like this getting funding from the pot???
 

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Er, Erichalfbee,

You must have meant to post a different link? That one looks suspiciously identical to the one I posted?

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Yes. see my edited post.
 

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I've heard Ron speak and wish him all success but this website is a few years old and the link to their own website has an event cancelled in 2007 as the first entry.

There is suspicion this sort of research has gone down a blind alley but I agree funding would help resolve the issue.
 

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Probably because he is not a university professor and therefore not an official body.

Remember that if you havent got a degree you are uneducated nowadays.

Common sense (intellect) and experience doesnt come into it...
 
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