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Old 06-09-2010, 03:19 AM   #31
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Thanks for the correction Perhaps I misremembered or misunderstood ~0.5% as ~5%.
Just stumbled upon the LQ post I got the info from. Now I have doubt; in that post milkycow sounded to be summarising the results of researching but johnsfine's posts suggest he knows this subject in depth. Not to cast doubt on johnsfine's contributions but [Wikipedia editor mode] are there any authoritative references [/Wikipedia editor mode].
 
  


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