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    Re: Lunar Distance in Wikipedia
    From: Renee Mattie
    Date: 2007 Aug 7, 13:18 -0400

    Fred and George,
    I'll do some more tinkering with what I've already written, based on
    George's comments.
    George, you can certainly do some tinkering as well.  You'll be surprised at
    how easy it is to do.
    Someone has anonymously corrected the dates of the Norie references.  I am
    surprised to see I had typed "1928" for "1828" and never spotted it. Oh! my
    eyes!  Thank you, anonymous editor.
    I am watching your discussion with interest -- I'll look for statements from
    you that the new paragraphs are ready for inclusion.
    As for my request for sources for ONE statement in particular -- I meant
    this as an example.  All statements should be supported by appropriate
    references.  Just like in "Encyclopedia Brittanica".  Or as in an article in
    a peer-reviewed journal.
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