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It was not my intention to start a witch hunt. OTOH, I did want to start a
DISCUSSION on what do we do with such requests.  I know that I provided some
answers to questions posed about this subject.  Also, I know that the "other
side" has capable engineers working for them.  They would have access to
lots of technical information on the web and their own internal references.
However, I would feel badly if I somehow contributed to a terrorist attack.
Even if that contribution is only information that they could have found
elsewhere.  My thought would be, "Make them spent the time, energy and money
to look elsewhere."

I have learned a lot from this list and have had several questions answered.
I do not want to impinge on the forum.  Yet, I do think that we should be
careful.  I have NO idea how to do that.  I, personally, am very much for an
open and very free society.  I tend toward the individual freedom side but I
do recognize the need for some restraints.  


> -W. Gray Hodge [mailto:ghodge(--nospam--at)] wrote:
> Shall I surrender myself now or after I get this project out 
> the door?  BTW, let's not forget all those suspicious 
> questions regarding explosion resistant construction.  No 
> doubt there is something nefarious in those, too.
> W. Gray Hodge
> In a deep, dark cave
> Where you won't find me.

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