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Archive of Scientists Opinions[1].Doc

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Published by : Dr. EMAD KAYYAM.
This archive of letters displays some responses that I receive in my long journey through scientific peer review journals. Although many letters show a rejection to my submission and some time deletion from the Journal Software system, they still some time contain some important opinions and hints on how to deal with my scientific project.

This archive of letters displays some responses that I receive in my long journey through scientific peer review journals. Although many letters show a rejection to my submission and some time deletion from the Journal Software system, they still some time contain some important opinions and hints on how to deal with my scientific project.

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Published by: : Dr. EMAD KAYYAM. on Apr 17, 2009
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This archive of letters displays some responses that I receive in my long journey through scientific peer review journals. Although many lettersshow a rejection to my submission and some time deletion from theJournal Software system, they still some time contain some importantopinions and hints on how to deal with my scientific project.
 
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 Dear Emad,Thank you for your e-mail. I did forward your previous e-mails to the editor in Chief of Advances in Space Research, though I understand that you hadsent the material to her before. Your studies are extremely interesting. Personally, I do not know how to judge them - I have no medical background. This means that I am not reallyaware of journals that would take such an interdisciplinary topic. Theymust exist somewhere. This is not much help to you. I am sorry.With regard to the bulletin that I edit, this is more of a newsletter and your desire is to present something more substantial and detailed than I wouldnormally include.I do wish you luck in this and feel sorry that I have not really helped you.With best wishes,RichardProfessor Richard A. HarrisonHead of Space Physics DivisionRutherford Appleton LaboratoryChilton, DidcotOxfordshire OX11 0QX, UKTel: (44) 1235 44 6884 Fax: (44) 1235 44 5848Date: Thu, 4 May 2006 16:15:23 +0100
 
From: "Harrison, RA (Richard)" <R.A.Harrison@rl.ac.uk> Add to AddressBookAdd Mobile AlertTo: "Emad (M.O) Kayyam" <dremad_kayyam@yahoo.com>
 
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From: "Peggy Ann Shea and Don Smart" <sssrc@msn.com> Add toAddress BookAdd Mobile AlertTo: "Emad (M.O) Kayyam" <dremad_kayyam@yahoo.com>Subject: Re: Dr.EMAD KAYYAMDate: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 22:41:28 -0600Dear Dr. Kayyam,I have reviewed the material you sent me regarding the analogy betweenthe eye, the earth and Stonehenge. While I found this to be an interestingconcept, it is not appropriate for the journal Advances in Space Research.I would suggest you consider a journal that deals specifically with strangeand unusual phenomenon. Unfortunately I cannot recommend a specific journal name.I wish you success in finding the appropriate journal that will publish your work. Yours truly,(Dr.) M. A. SheaEditor-in-Chief, ASR

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