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We examine a proof by Craig Alan Feinstein that P = N P. We present counterexamples to claims made in his paper and expose a flaw in the methodology he uses to make his assertions. The fault in his argument is the incorrect use of reduction. Feinstein makes incorrect assumptions about the complexity of a problem based on the fact that there is a more(More)
The present study compared a group of visually handicapped adults and normally-sighted college students with respect to extent of symbolic content in nocturnal dreams. The visually handicapped group comprised individuals who were partially sighted, congenitally blind and adventitiously blind. Each subject was required to keep a dream-diary for a period of(More)
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