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This Serendipity website, located at www.serendipity.li, was created by, is owned by and is maintained by Peter Meyer, who holds the copyright for all material on it unless otherwise noted. When there is no author stated on a page the author may be assumed to be Peter Meyer unless some other source is stated or the author is said to be unknown. (The copyright for anything written by someone other than him generally belongs to its author, who should be contacted regarding republication.)

Contact: If you wish to contact the author of this website, or to distribute, translate or reprint by means of conventional print media any documents authored by Peter Meyer he may be reached via the Feedback/comments page.

There have been cases where large sections of text from this website were reproduced on other websites without acknowledgement of source or even a link to this site. Such plagiarism is not tolerated.

Proposals to translate pages on this website into other languages are welcome. Nothing is paid for this (although you are free to accept a fee for publication of the translation in a foreign-language magazine or journal); you'd normally do it so that your compatriots who don't read English well can read what's on this site. Prospective translators should first contact the author (as stated above) to obtain his agreement.

Links and references to any page of this website, either through email, on another web page, in an online forum or in printed media are encouraged. Linking to this website does not require any permission.

Copyright applies only to the expression of ideas and information, in this case the actual text of this website. There is no copyright on ideas themselves and on information itself. Thus anyone is free to make whatever use they wish of the information and ideas presented on this website (provided this is done with the intention of revealing and commenting on the way things really are in this world), though if significant use is made then it's polite to acknowledge the source, that is, the author and the web page or website where the information or ideas were found.


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