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David Lindsay

David Lindsay was born in Adelaide on 12 June 1943.

He married Margie on 23 Jan 1970; he has three children, Sarah, Jodie and James; and six grandchildren, Oliver, Emily, Tom, Maggie, Eddie and Bonnie.

He was educated at Grange Primary School, Saint Peter’s College Adelaide, University of Sydney (Bachelor of Veterinary Science – 1970), RMIT University (Melbourne Post-Graduate Diploma in Animal Chiropractic – 2000).

Professionally, he is a veterinary surgeon with particular interest in physical therapies (chiropractic) of dogs and cats.

He was the National President of Australian Veterinary Association (1985-86).

David is not a mathematician, neither is he a cosmologist, a physicist, or an astro-physicist, which is strange considering the meanderings of this book.

David admits to being obsessive when it comes to identifying and attempting to correct mistakes. Which is not necessarily a bad characteristic in a physician or diagnostician, even a veterinary physician.

It has taken twenty-five years to work out a possible answer to what he sees as a mistake made by one of the world’s most famous astronomers. It has been a philosophical quest in which it has been just as difficult to find the correct questions as teasing out the answers.

David Lindsay
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