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Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Mischaschwartz19:13, 23 January 2014
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Dieter Mlynski16:59, 26 January 2014
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Feisel19:38, 17 February 2014
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Dieter Mlynski15:10, 20 February 2014
 
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Tbickart16:33, 18 February 2014
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Lise Johnston00:23, 28 February 2014
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Jbart6423:08, 7 March 2014
 

Tony Davis has made a good point about adding some English references to the list of references for this proposal. Aside from that, I feel the proposal is well-written and covers all the pertinent material. It makes a strong case for this milestone, and I support it fully. We usually dont like to focus on one individual in establishing a milestone, but, in this case, this is necessary.- Heinrich Hertz is universally acknowledged to have been the first one to experimentally verify Maxwell's equations, demonstrating the equivalence of radio and light waves, and showing radio waves did travel at the speed of light.

   Mischa Schwartz
Djkemp12:08, 8 March 2014