The Beverly Hills Times Magazine is considering running an article on experiments proposed at MIT and hypotheses. We are seeking background information on the topics related to these experiments and hypotheses. We are asking for your assistance because your extensive expertise has been brought to the attention of the Beverly Hills Times Magazine.
As background information on the Beverly Hills Times Magazine, my name is Stephen Takowsky, and I am the publisher of Beverly Hills Times Magazine. The Beverly Hills Times is a free magazine that goes to the residences and businesses in Beverly Hills, California. We have several prestigious monthly contributors including: Ralph Nader, Ron Paul, and Dennis Kucinich. We maintain close contacts with other media, and our articles have been featured on several media platforms.
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Your assistance would be greatly appreciated. Our main goal at this point is to determine whether there is any established scientific evidence that tends either to support or invalidate the hypotheses. We would also consider publishing one of your own articles as trade for your contribution. We are interested in opinions from multiple fields of expertise. If you do not have time and if you have any students that would be interested in providing feedback, please let us know. We would greatly appreciate any feedback. If interested, we would also consider publishing their names as contributors on the final article.
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Here is a link to the hypotheses and experiments: www.ofgrandeur.com
If you are interested, we would appreciate having your comments by July 1, 2011.
Thank you for your time.
Publisher, Beverly Hills Times Magazine
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