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On 1 Nov 2004, at 17:27, GSKWY(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:

> >Stephen Prokofyevich  Timoshenko. If you call a god by the >wrong name all of your structures will
> >collapse. And while >we're naming immigrant engineering greats you want to >remember Den Hartog,
> >Hetenyi, Nadai and H.S. Tsien. And Dr >Heinz Gorges to whom I owe a great deal. Christopher Wright
> >P.E.
> 
> Actually, I believe most (all?) of these people immigrated before 1965.  As did T.Y Lin and Fazlur
> Khan. So, while they have made tremendous contributions to the US, they're not really a good
> argument against my proposed immigration policies.  
> 
> And I haven't heard of Nadai, but I highly recommend Den Hartog's books.
> 
> Gail Kelley
> 
Gail,

What was the condition before 1965 and after 1965 that
you keep referring to?  I'm not very familiar with the requirements
for immigration and would appreciate clarification to better
understand this thread.

Inquisitively,
Lloyd Pack, PE


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