On behalf of Infinitytwo, we'd like to give our appreciation to those who made this learning experience a blast. Trying new things on our planet involves sacrificing time and it is the one resource we have least of. There must be some scientific terminology for saying this but to keep it simple, we'd like to say: THANK YOU. You've shared your knowledge with us. It is the greatest gift.
Mrs. Utsunomiya and Mr. Utsunomiya, thank you for opening your home to us. Thank you for beleiving that even I can manage to decipher the computer. I learned more than I intended. Last but not least thank you for the snacks (can't concentrate without food).
Tudor, you're a genius. I admire your patience but most of all your willingness to teach me. I've learned more with you than I intended to. My appreciation towards you for mentoring me is quite large, like Jupiter. I look forward in working with you again (maybe making Freudian slippers).
Much thanks is given to Sameer Karim of Accenture, Pck Pongpaet of SEI Information Technology, and Ethan Tran of Accenture who gave up much of their weekend time from martial arts so that we could place our information on the World Wide Web. We know they could have spent their free time doing other activities, but instead they dedicated themselves to helping two teenagers who knew little about developing a web page. Without all of you the web site would have been just an idea and would have never been put up.
Thank you Dr. Katz-Stone, of the U.S. Naval Academy. Your
help with the asteroid site was greatly appreciated.
NASA, we can't be more grateful for capturing such beauty