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    Re: Precision of lunars
    From: Frank Reed CT
    Date: 2007 Apr 20, 21:16 EDT
    Alex you quoted Fred and wrote:
    > Your findings also dovetail with Jan
    > Kalivoda's report of the findings of a German who investigated
    > precision of lunars at sea in the late 1800s.

    Can this be found? Was this on the old list or on a new one?"
    ALEX, the archive is SEARCHABLE. The googlebots have indexed the majority of messages (I would estimate more than 75% of them). So go to www.fer3.com/arc , click on the search box where it says "google the archive". Then type in "Kalivoda German", click "Search", and see what comes up. I'm not going to dig down to the exact message for you --I'm sure you'll find it. And in any case, there were many follow-ups. Note well: it doesn't make any difference about "old list" or "new list" --it's all there.
    42.0N 87.7W, or 41.4N 72.1W.

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