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"Nuclear Physics Lab" Website

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Hi everyone,

Over the past few weeks our amateur science group (Tim Koeth, Jim Krutzler, Jay Howson, Brian Beaudoin, Miriam Hiebert, Luke Gilde, and myself) have assembled a website which details all of our projects.

It is still a work in progress (and will continue to be), but a lot of content has been added:

http://www.nuclearphysicslab.com/

Please check it out, and feedback is welcome! In particular, there is a fusor sub-section.

Thanks!

Scott
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I tried it but

site cannot be reached message popped up
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John,
Link works fine on both my smartphone and laptop.

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Yes again http not https
my isp is blocking all insecure sites until the COVID 19 emergency is over due to low lifes exploiting vulnerable people with miracle cures etc
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Glad to hear that this might be just temporary at your end, John

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Nice website you have here, what did you use to develop it?
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Some of us outside the USA enjoy this instead
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From Spain I can see the website fine
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A friend just a few miles outside London says the site works perfectly.

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"I am currently developing software to forecast slot machine revenue forecast software"

I doesn't get any spammier than that.

I am reaching for the delete key - but not before saving Rex's post for reference in the 'new user rules' discussion.

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edit: I deleted the whole thread after Calvin's post, and then deleted 'Calvin' as well.
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