rjoffe at genuity.net
Sat Jun 28 04:08:32 UTC 1997
Here's the original one (different guy)....
Unless its one of JF's friends getting us to waste cycles, my guess is
that these kids are entering "floods" into a search engine, and are
sending spam quantities of requests for info for their projects. I guess
"SYN floods" gets the search engine's attention...
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I am doing a project for school and I was wondering if you could
question. What can be done to reduce the amount of flood damage?
Chief Technology Officer
Genuity Inc., a Bechtel company
> -----Original Message-----
> From: fehnb at jerseycape.net [SMTP:fehnb at jerseycape.net]
> Sent: Friday, June 27, 1997 8:44 PM
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> Subject: Re: floods
> Looks like the same one. As I recall, he got many, many answers. Some
> addressed his question....
> >Did this message get lost in a temporal warp about
> >3 months long or so? I seem to remember a thread
> >> I'm doing a project for school.Can you help?what is the scientific
> >> principle for floods?Thanks!
> Robert J. Fehn Sr.,President and CEO
> Senior Systems Engineer, Jersey Cape Information Systems Inc.
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