I want to thank the Physics Forum for its strict ground rules while still having a large diversity of topics to address, learn from and add to. I imagine there wouldn't be a PF or all the topics without the ground rules. The discipline required to participate here has undoubtedly raised my own sense of fairness, accountablity and spelling accuracy. The topics I have delved into have not always been my idea of fascinating yet have taught me that pretty well anything can tweek one's curiousity and imagination. I'd like you all to know as well that an extremely close friend of mine has been inducted into the academy of academics. She will be signing the same roster as Benjamin Franklin, Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and other distiguished scientists who have signed it over the last 200 years. In fact, she'll be signing on the same night as former vice prez Al Gore (the guy in black). She has become a world renowned and much sought after Neuroscientist who worked with Jonas Salk for 17 years. This is because he believed in her work and gave her a lab at the S.A.L.K institute. The reason I'm telling you this is because my on and off relationship with PF has really helped me appreciate her method of discovery and actually helped me debate some of the finer points of life with her. Take, for instance, the highly manipulatable emotional response to media hype especially in cases like that of "Global Warming". Thanks again... and I wish you all the very best in life!