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Jerry dycus
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Comment:Re: Optomath - Jerry dycus-1/25/2016
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Comment:Re: The future - Jerry dycus-11/16/2015
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Comment:Re: Subsidies - Jerry dycus-9/30/2015
Comment:Batteries? - Jerry dycus-9/22/2015
Comment:prior art - Jerry dycus-8/29/2015
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Comment:Solar tracker - Jerry dycus-8/21/2015
Comment:bad data - Jerry dycus-8/18/2015
Comment:Re: Eagles - Jerry dycus-8/12/2015
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