Stephen P. King (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 25 Oct 1999 21:19:51 -0400
Thank you! :-) I am a mere amateur and am deeply indebted to persons
like yourself for my knowledge. I have forwarded your kind message to
the rest of the people on the Time List to see what could be done about
your situation. Perhaps you can use Internet services like XOOM and
Geocities for e-mail and webhosting? I am waiting to see what the other
persons on the Time List collaboration group have to say about your
ideas; I personally think that your possible contributions are excellent
and would welcome you to our discussion.
Alas we do not have any financial support or institutional backing
right now, for our work is contrary to some conventional notions, but if
we can develop our ideas a bit more we might have something that could
be presented to the right people for grant funding. We shall see what
PS, If necessary I could mirror your Web site, I have 5 megabytes of
space available that I have not used...
Alexander Zenkin wrote:
> Stephen P. King wrote:
> > Dear Dr. Zenkin,
> > Several people, including myself, are looking at your work with come
> > interest! :-) I personally was wondering if your notion of
> > Superinduction could be similar to what is called "Non-Well Founded Set
> > theory" as explained by Barwise and others.
> > http://bugs.cs.wcupa.edu/~lizhang/Thesis/
> > http://ns.i.kyushu-u.ac.jp/~masa/summer-algi98/relational-set-theory/node1.html
> > I am also wondering if you would have the time ;^) to comment on the
> > papers by Prof. Hitoshi Kitada: http://www.kitada.com/#time
> > Kindest regards,
> > Stephen
> > BTW, I am very intrigued by your discussion of Leibnitz's work!
> > http://members.home.net/stephenk1/Outlaw/Outlaw.html
> Dear Stephen P. King,
> thank you very much for your kind message and for your deep understanding of an
> esoteric philosophical background of my works.
> I envy sincerely you and your friends for you have a possibility to think and to
> discuss such interesting problems. Alas, I have no possibility here and now to do
> the same. In the modern Russia, the science goes to the end,. . . together with
> some scientists who are able to engage in a science only. I have FOUR university
> educations in Chemistry, Mathematics, Logic, and Philosophy, about 200 papers, a
> lot of important scientific achievements, etc., and my dear government pays me a
> salary . . . $45 per month. I have three competitive scientific grants. but russian
> grants, i.e., with a funny financing. So, I have no money to pay even my e-mail and
> WEB-site next month. Therefore, today my only business is a search of possibilities
> to run to any country where I could engage in a science under normal civilized
> I would be very thankful for any help to find a people who might be interested
> in my scientific results and had possibilty to invite me for a collaborative work
> in science areas presented at my WEB-site.
> Sorry for this sad message.
> P.S. Send you my personal mental greeting, . . . for soul : -)
> The attached file is an MS-WORD-FOR-WINDOWS-zip file.
> Best regards,
> Alexander Zenkin
> Name: Starry sky.zip
> Starry sky.zip Type: Zip Compressed Data (application/x-zip-compressed)
> Encoding: base64
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