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July 24, 2002
For the six or eight of you who might be wondering, the experiments that I've been talking about on and off for a few months now are back on again. (To catch up newer readers, I've been irritating folks with breathless references to an idea I've had, that I can't detail for proprietary reasons. It ends up like a demented variation of "Charades" where you don't want anyone to guess the answer.)
At any rate, I've found some more test systems that look promising, and that I can get to (chemically speaking) without working up too much of a sweat. These will be exciting to run, because I think they have a fairly good chance of working. And if they don't, that's going to put a dent, a palpable dent, in my hypothesis. Sometime in the next week or so, I'll know. posted by Derek Lowe
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