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Friends around the world
sent their best wishes for the
new publication:


New South Wales, Australia (with beach)

Central Japan (with dog)

Munich (with beer festival)

Greetings were also received from staff at Wolf Castle, home of the renowned Count Fang Tomb

Groups of scientists from across the globe have sent in their messages
of support to Dr Phantom on the publication of his new book Almost Everything Explained.



The Institute of Further Egyptology, South Yorkshire. Professor Watson, seen here on the back row, commented:


'This stimulating book is a refreshing look at the 18th Dynasty period in South Yorkshire and we congratulate Dr Phantom on his important discoveries concerning Tutankhamun's burial place near Barnsley'

The Centre for High Energy Studies, California.

The Head of the Centre, Professor John Shakespeake, seen in the front of the
picture, said:


'We are all very excited about Dr Phantom's innovative work and hope to join with his Hungarian team on future research projects'

University of Wichtenstein, Vienna. Dr Issenburger, seen here on the left, said:


'Very interesting ideas from this creative thinker - here at Wichtenstein we are keen to collaborate with further research work on the Hadron Collider'

The University of Lake Balaton, Hungary

Professor Adrien Farkas, seen top right, added:


'We have benefited from Dr Phantom's contribution to both teaching and research
here at Balaton and wish him well with his new publication'



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