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Old   June 1, 2001, 12:55
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http://www.dfms.org/taiwan/bishop.html
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Old   June 1, 2001, 15:21
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Excellent work Scoob!! Shaggy would be proud!!

The philosophical discourse now makes sense.

Although, I never heard of a Bishop visiting a flea market.

Just kidding John!

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Old   June 3, 2001, 02:01
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(1). John is a common western name, and Chien is also a common English translation of Eastern name (including Chinese). (2). So, John Chien can be anyone around you.
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Old   June 4, 2001, 04:19
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I am more than satisfied with whom Scooby think you are
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Old   June 5, 2001, 01:05
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(1). Out of curiosity, I typed "john chien" into Yahoo search engine, and I am getting 42500 webpages back. (2). It is interesting to know that the first item is "BISHOP John Chien" from Taiwan. I don't think, that is his true Taiwanese name. (3). Like anything on Internet, what you see is always not what you get. That's why there is a massive dot.com failure. CFD-forum talks about mostly failure in CFD.
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Old   June 6, 2001, 06:06
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What a CFD discussion forum!!!!!!!
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Old   June 6, 2001, 06:52
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with all those matches for your name, you must be a meta tags genius to get the top rating, care to share your secret?
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Old   June 6, 2001, 13:19
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(1). A very boring place I guess. (2). But if people are still reading the posted messages, then there is still life in cfd I hope. (3). My Internet connection started with the cfd-forum, so it is unlikely that you will find anything out there.
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Old   June 7, 2001, 03:17
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Damn!!
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Old   June 7, 2001, 07:50
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for some time i was wondering who could be this dr. john c chien who has been keeping the cfd forum alive with very very positive contributions - only sometimes sarcastic is it ? if you carefully examine his background he is kind of 'allergic' to 'simple' by patankar and 'staggered grid'. i remember having seen a long contribution posted by john c chien in one forum (archives will tell) where he mentioned he took ph.d in early/mid seventies and worked for some aeronautical industry (?), etc. somehow i tend to have been convinced that he is nobody other than prof. john c tannehill (coauthor of the famous book - i do not have the book right now on my desk - i think the title is 'computational fluid mechanics and heat transfer', authored by anderson, tannehill and pletcher). shall we request jcc to come out and disclose identity - we will surely benefit further - we will ask him to explain many things which he and his coauthors have written to make our cfd base 'concrete'.
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Old   June 7, 2001, 17:23
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(1). I am interested in the information too. (2).But 42500 webpages is going to take a while to search for the information. (3). All I know is that he has great influence on a lot of things including CFD.
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