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1989

Cosmological implications of quasar-galaxy associations, L.Z.Fang,
Y.Q.Chu and X.F. Zhu, Mod. Phys. Lett., 4, 887.
Geometrical optics in an inhomogeneous universe, L.Z.Fang and X.P.Wu,
Chinese Phys. Lett., 6, 233.
Quasar clustering and its cosmological implication, L.Z.Fang, Inter.
J. Mod. Phys. A4, 3477.
L'Osservatorio astronomico di Pechino: la sua storia, il presente,
L.Z.Fang, Scienza e Tecnica, Annuario della EST 88/89 404.
Overview on the frontier of high energy astrophysics, L.Z.Fang, Modern
Physics, No.1, 5, No.2, 10.
Cosmic vacuum fluctuations, cosmic strings and the origin of
inhomogeneity in the universe, L.Z.Fang, Physics, 18, 80.
Non-topological solitons and structure formation in the universe, L.Z.
Fang, Proceedings of the Fifth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General
Relativity, eds. D.G. Blair and M.J. Buckingham, World Scientific.
Cosmic string and the distribution of quasar absorption lines,
L.Z.Fang, Y.Q.Chu and X.F.Zhu, Large Scale Structure and Motions in
the Universe, eds. M.Mezzetti, Kluwer Academic Publishers.

1990

Biased clustering in a universe with hot dark matter and a cosmic
string, L.Z.Fang, S.P.Xiang and L.Yan, Astr. & Astrophys. 233, 1.
Periodicity of redshift distribution in a T-3 universe, L.Z.Fang,
Astr. & Astrophys. 239, 24.
An upper limit to quasar's peculiar velocity, L.Z.Fang, Y.Q.Chu,
X.F.Zhu and L.F. Wang, Inter. J. Mod. Phys., 5, 2993.
Quasar pair and quasar's peculiar velocity, L.Z.Fang, Developments in
general relativity, astrophysics and quantum theory, eds.
F.Cooperstock, L.P.Horwitz and J.Rosen.
Quasar clustering and its implication on structure formation, L.Z.
Fang, Particle Physics and Cosmology, eds. L.Z.Fang and A.Zee, Gorden
Breach
Luminosity inhomogeneity of quasars and the upper limit of the density
fluctuation in the universe, Y.Q. Chu and L.Z. Fang, IAU 139th
Symposium: The galactic and extragalactic background radiation.
Proceedings of the 139th. eds. S. Bowyer and C. Leinert, Kluwer
Academic Publishers, 418.

1991

Larger-scale structure in the Lyman-alpha forest, L.Z.Fang, Astr. &
Astrophys. 244, 1.
A historical supernova's lower limit to the galactic stellar collapse
rate, L.Z.Fang, J.S.Huang and Jean-Marc Bonnet-Bidaud, Astrophys. &
Sp. Sci. 184, 221.
Absorption cross section of a mini black hole, L.Z.Fang, Quantum
Mechanics in Curved Space-Time, eds. J.Audretsch and V. de Sabbata,
Plenum, New York.
Large scale structure in the Lyman-alpha absorption lines, L.Z.Fang,
Gravitation and Modern Cosmology, eds. A.Zichichi, V. de Sabbata and
N.Sanchez, Plenum, New York.
A possible way to determine deceleration parameter , H.J.Mo, X.Y.Xia,
Z.G.Deng, G.Börner and L.Z.Fang, Bulletin of the A.A.S., 23, 1342.

1992

From fairall 9 to high-z objects: pattern of change in ionization
structure, W.Zheng, L.Z.Fang and L.Binette, Astrophys. J., 392, 74.
Characteristic scales in the distribution of quasar absorption line
systems, H.J. Mo, X.Y. Xia, Z.G. Deng, G. Börner and L.Z. Fang, Astr.
& Astrophys., 256, L23.
The role of UV bump in line emission, W.Zheng and L.Z.Fang, in Testing
the AGN Paradigm, eds. S.Holt, S.Neff and C.Meganurry, Am. Ins. Phys.
Topology of the universe: an Overview, L.Z.Fang, Current Topics in
Astrofundamental Physics, eds. N.Sanchez & A.Zichichi, World
Scientific, Singapore.

1993

Anisotropy of cosmic background radiation from a spherical clustering
on large scales, L.Z. Fang and X.P. Wu, Astrophys. J., 408, 25
Quasar clustering on large scales, H.J.Mo and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J.,
410, 493
The cluster-cluster correlation in hybrid models, Y.P.Jing, H.J.Mo,
G.Börner and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J., 411, 450
Linear evolution of cosmic baryonic medium on large scales, L.Z.Fang,
H.G. Bi, S.P. Xiang and G.Börner, Astrophys. J., 413, 477
Size of multiply connected universe and cosmic background radiation,
L.Z.Fang, Mod. Phys. Lett., A8, 2615
Global topology of the universe, L.Z.Fang, Relativistic Gravitational
Experiments in Space, eds. M.Demianski & C.W.F.Everitt, World
Scientific, Singapore.

1994

Stochastic fluctuations and structure formation in the universe,
A.Berera and L.Z.Fang, Phys. Rev. Lett., 72, 458
Anisotropies of cosmic background radiation from local collapse,
S.P.Wu and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J., 424, 530
The large-scale structure in a universe dominated by cold plus hot
dark matter, Y.P. Jing, H.J.Mo, G.Börner and L.Z.Fang, Astr. &
Astrophys., 284, 703
Typical scales in the spatial distribution of QSOs, Z.G.Deng, X.Y.Xia
and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J., 431, 506
Abundance of moderate-redshift clusters in the cold plus hot dark
matter model, Y.P.Jing and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J., 432, 438
An Infrared cutoff revealed by the two years of COBE observations of
cosmic temperature fluctuations, Y.P.Jing and L.Z.Fang, Phys. Rev.
Lett., 73, 1882
Anisotropies of cosmic background radiation from peculiar velocity
field, X.P.Wu and L.Z.Fang, Cosmic Velocity Field, eds. F.R.Bouchet
and M.Lacheze-Rey (Editions Frontiere), 597.
Quasar clustering and structure formation in the universe, L.Z.Fang,
Proceedings of the 4th MPG-CAS Workshop on High Energy Astrophysics
and Cosmology, eds. G.Börner and T.Buchert
Typical scales in the large-scale structure of the universe, Z.G.Deng,
G.Börner, H.J.Mo, X.Y.Xia and L.Z.Fang, Proceedings of the 4th MPG-CAS
Workshop on High Energy Astrophysics and Cosmology, eds. G.Börner and
T.Buchert
The Beijing-Arizona-Taipei-Connecticut (BATC) Color Sky Survey, D.
Burstein, J.J. Hester, R.A.Windhorst, Y.Li, L.Clampitt, L.Z.Fang,
J.S.Chen, J.Zhu, Z.J.Jiang, X.H.Fan, H. Wu, H. Yan, Z.Zhen, X.Zhou,
H.J.Su, F.Z. Chen, Z.G. Deng, W.H.Sun, W.P.Chen, P.Lu Bulletin of AAS,
26, 1372

1995

FeII and FeI emission in IRAS 07598+6508 and PHL 1092, J. Kwan, F.Z.
Cheng, L.Z.Fang, W.Zheng and J.Ge, Astrophys. J., 440, 628
Thermally induced density perturbations in the inflation era, A.Berera
and L.Z.Fang, Phys. Rev. Lett., 74, 1912
On the measurement of the Hubble constant in a local low-density
universe, X.P.Wu, Z.G.Deng, Z.L.Zou, L.Z.Fang and B.Qin, Astrophys. J.
Lett., 448, L65
A simulation of Ly absorption forests in liner approximation of cold
and cold plus hot dark matter models, H.G.Bi, J.Ge and L.Z.Fang,
Astrophys. J., 452, 90
Substructures and density profiles of clusters in models of galaxy
formation, Y.P.Jing, H.J.Mo, G. Börner and L.Z.Fang, Mon. Not. R.
Astr. Soc., 274, 417
Typical scales in the clustering of the Universe, L.Z.Fang, Z.G.Deng
and X.Y.Xia, Int. J. Mod. Phys., D4, 417
Substructures of clusters and cosmological models, Y.P. Jing, H.J. Mo,
G. Börner and L.Z. Fang, Large Scale Structure in the Universe, eds.
J.P.Mücket, S.Gottlöber and V.Müller, World Scientific, Singapore
Jeans-type instability of the reheated IGM, H.G. Bi, G. Börner, L.Z.
Fang and Q.B. Li, QSO Absorption Lines, Proceedings of the ESO
Workshop Held at Garching, Germany, 21 - 24 November 1994, ed. G.
Meylan. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York, 447.

1996

A wavelet space-scale-decomposition analysis of structures and
evolution of QSO's Ly absorption lines, J.Pando and L.Z. Fang,
Astrophys. J. 459, 1
Quasar-cluster associations and gravitational lensing by large-scale
matter clumps, X.P. Wu and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. Lett. 461, 5
Abundance and clustering of C IV absorption systems in the SCDM, LCDM
and CHDM models, H.G. Bi and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. 466, 614
Comparisons of cluster mass determinations by X-ray observations and
gravitational Lensing, X.P. Wu and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. Lett. 467,
45
Deep, Wide-field spectrophotometry of the open cluster M67, X. Fan, D.
Burstein, J.S. Chen, J.Z. Zhao, J. Jiang, H. Wu, H.J. Yan, Z.Y. Zheng,
Y. Li, X. Zhou, L.Z. Fang, F.Z. Chen, Z.G. Deng, Y.Q. Chu, J.J.
Hester, R.A. Windhorst, P. Lu, W.H. Sun, W.P. Chen, W.S. Tsay, T.H.
Chiueh and T.C. Lin, Astro. J. 112, 628
On the possible variations of the Hubble constant with distance, X.P.
Wu, B. Qin and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. 469, 48
Environmental effect on the associations of background quasars with
foreground objects: I. analytic investigation, X.P. Wu, L.Z. Fang,
Z.H. Zhu and B. Qin, Astrophys. J. 471, 575
Density Fluctuations on Super-Hubble Scales, L.Z. Fang and Y.P. Jing,
Mod. Phys. Lett. A11, 1531
Stochastic fluctuations in the primeval plasma of the universe,
L.Z.Fang, Z.Huang and X.P.Wu, Int. J. of Mod. Phys, D5, 495
Exact (3+1) dimensional soliton solution of Einstein equation, C.Au,
L.Z.Fang and F.T.To, in Proceedings of the 7th Marcel Grossmann
Meeting on General Relativity, eds. R.T. Jantzen and G.Mac Keiser,
World Scientific, Singapore, 289
Infrared cutoff in initial density perturbations and cosmic
temperature fluctuations, L.Z. Fang and Y.P. Jing, in Proceedings of
the 7th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, eds. R.T.
Jantzen and G.Mac Keiser, World Scientific, Singapore, 1104
Density fluctuations on super-Hubble scales, L.Z. Fang and Y.P. Jing,
Astrophys. & Space Science, 244, 73, Modern Mathematical Models of
Time and their Applications to Physics and Cosmology, eds. W.G. Tifft
and W.J. Cocke, Kluwer.

1997

A statistical comparison of cluster mass estimates from optical/X-ray
observations and gravitational lensing, X.P. Wu and L.Z.Fang,
Astrophys. J. 483, 62
Environmental effect on the associations of background quasars with
foreground objects: II. numerical simulations, X.P.Wu, X.H.Zhu,
Y.P.Jing and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J., 488, 557
Abundance and clustering of QSOs in cosmic Structure formation models,
H.G. Bi and L.Z. Fang, Astr. & Astrophys., 325, 433
Quasar-galaxy associations from gravitational lensing: revisited,
Z.H.Zhu, X.P.Wu and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys. J., 490, 31
Multiband photometry of selected areas in a study of galactic
structure, P.K.Lu, W.S.Tsay, A.B.C.Chen, R.Chen, D. Burstein, J.J.
Hester, R.A. Windhorst, L.Z. Fang, W.H. Sun, Y,I. Byan, W.P. Chen,
T.H. Chiueh, H.J. Kuo, J.S. Chen, J. Zhu, L.C. Deng, X.H. Fan, Z.J.
Jiang, Y. Li, H. Wu, M. Zhang, Z.Y. Zheng, X. Zhou, F.Z.Chen, Z.G.
Deng, Y.Q. Chu H.J. Su, Z.H. Shang, H.J. Yan, X.Y. Xia, Baltic
Astronomy, 7, 33
Large-scale structures revealed by wavelet decomposition, L.Z.Fang and
J.Pando, The 5th Current Topics of Astrofundamental Physics, eds.
N.Sanchez and A.Zichichi, World Scientific, Singapore, 616
Density perturbations of thermal origin during inflation, W.L. Lee and
L.Z. Fang, Int. J. of Mod. Phys, D6, 305

1998

Probing hierarchical clustering by scale-scale correlations of wavelet
coefficients, J. Pando, P. Lipa, M. Greiner and L.Z.Fang, Astrophys.
J. 496, 9
An attempt to determine the largest scale of primordial density
perturbations in the universe, A. Berera, L.Z. Fang and G. Hinshaw,
Phys. Rev. D57, 2207
The collapse of neutron stars in high-mass binaries as the energy
source for the gamma-ray bursts, B. Qin, X.P. Wu, M.C. Chu, L.Z. Fang
and J.Y. Hu, Astrophys. J. Lett. 494, L57
The discrete wavelet transform power spectrum estimator, J.Pando and
L.Z. Fang, Phys. Rev. E57, 3593
Steps toward determination of the size and structure of the broad-line
region in active galactic nuclei, XII ground-based monitoring of
3C390.3, M.Dietrich, B.M.Peterson, P. Albrecht, M. Altmann, A.J.
Barth, P.J.Bennie, R. Bertram, N.G.Bochkarev, H. Bock, J.M.Braun,
A.Burenkov, S.Collier, L.Z. Fang, O.P.Francis, A.V. Filippenko, C.B.
Foltz, W. Gässler, C.M. Gaskell, M. Geffert, K.K. Ghosh, R.W.
Hilditch, R.K. Honeycutt, K. Horne, J.P. Huchra, S.Kaspi, M. Kümmel,
K.M. Leighly, D.C. Leonard, Yu.F. Malkov, D. Maoz, V. Mikhailov, H.R.
Miller, A.C. Morrill, H. Netzer, J. Noble, P.T. O'Brien, T.D. Oswalt,
S.P. Pebley, M. Pfeiffer, V.I. Pronik, B.C. Qian, J.W. Robertson, A.
Robinson, K.S. Rumstay, J. Schmoll, S.G. Sergeev, E.A. Sergeeva, A.I.
Shapovalova, D.R. Skillman, S.A. Snedden, G.M. Stirpe, J.Tao, G.W.
Turner, R.M.Wagner, S.J. Wagner, B.J.Wilkes, H.Wu, W.Zheng and Z.L.
Zou, Astrophys. J. Supp. 115, 185
A possible bias model for quasars, L.Z. Fang and Y.P. Jing, Astrophys.
J. Lett. 502, 95
Ly/H ratio of singly ionized helium in quasars, W. Zheng and L.Z.
Fang, Astrophys. J. 505, 519
Detecting scale-dependence of bias from APM-BGC galaxies, L.Z. Fang,
Z.G. Deng and X.Y. Xia, Astrophys. J. 506, 53
Scale invariance of rich cluster abundance: a possible test for models
of structure formation, W.Xu, L.Z.Fang and X.P.Wu, Astrophys. J. 508,
472
Evidence for scale-scale correlations in the cosmic microwave
background radiation, J.Pando, D. Valls-Gabaud and L.Z. Fang, Phys.
Rev. Lett., 81, 4568
Updating the relationship for galaxy clusters, X.P. Wu, L.Z. Fang and
W. Xu, Astr. & Astrophys., 338, 813
Detecting the non-Gaussian spectrum of QSO's Ly absorption line
distribution, J. Pando and L.Z. Fang, Astr. & Astrophys., 340, 335
A comparison of different cluster mass estimates: consistency or
discrepancy? X.P. Wu, T.H. Chiueh, L.Z. Fang and Y.J. Xue, Mon. Not.
R. Astr. Soc., 301, 861
Fractal of large scale structures in the universe, L.Z.Fang, in
Nonlinear Physics for Beginner, ed. Lui Lam, World Scientific,
Singapore, 58
Searching for three numbers 1970-1997: an overview of big bang
cosmology, L.Z. Fang, in Cosmic Microwave Background and Large Scale
Structure of the Universe, Vol. 151 of Astronomical of the Pacific
Conference Series, eds. Y.I Byun and K.W. Ng, 3.
Testing structure formation models by space-scale-decomposition,
L.Z.Fang, in Cosmic Microwave Background and Large Scale Structure of
the Universe, Vol. 151 of Astronomical of the Pacific Conference
Series, eds. Y.I Byun and K.W. Ng, 42
Scale-dependence of bias from APM-BGC galaxies, L.Z.Fang, Z.G.Deng and
X.Y.Xia, Cosmological Parameters and the Evolution of the Universe:
Proceedings of IAU Symposium 183, ed. K. Sato, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 271
Fundamental cosmological parameters and large scale structures of the
universe, L.Z. Fang, in Gravitation and Cosmology Proceedings of the
Pacific Conference, eds. C.Y.Cho, C.H.Lee & S.W. Kim, World
Scientific, Singapore, 142
Cosmology with high redshift ``objects" on large scales, L.Z.Fang, in
Black Holes and High Energy Astrophysics, eds. H. Sato & N. Sugiyama,
Universal Academy Press, Tokyo, 31

1999

Mass density perturbations from inflation with thermal dissipation,
L.W. Lee and L.Z. Fang, Phys. Rev., D59, 083503
Deep intermediate band surface photometry of NGC 5907, Z.Y. Zheng,
Z.H. Shang, H.J. Su, D. Burstein, J.S. Chen, Z.G. Deng, Y.I. Byun, R.
Chen, W.P. Chen, L.C. Deng, X.H. Fan, L.Z. Fang J.J. Hester, Z.J.
Jiang, Y. Li, W.P. Lin, W.H. Sun, W.S. Tsay R. A. Windhorst, H. Wu,
X.Y. Xia, W. Xu, S.J. Xue, H.J. Yan, Z. Zheng, X. Zhou, J. Zhu, Z.L.
Zou, Astro. J., 117, 2757
The - and - relationships for galaxy clusters: revisited, X.P. Wu,
Y.J. Xue, and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. 524, 22
Abundances and correlations of structures beyond galaxy clusters, W.
Xu, L.Z. Fang and Z.G. Deng, Astrophys. J. 524, 1
Cosmological constraints on the host halos of GRBs, W. Xu and L.Z.
Fang, Astrophys. J. Lett. 519, 105
The flatness of mass-to-light ratio on large scales, L.Z. Fang and W.
Xu Astrophys. J. Lett. 522, L85
The origin of scale-scale correlations of the density perturbations
during inflation, L.Z. Fang, W.L. Lee and J. Pando, Int. J. of Mod.
Phys, D8, 731
An introduction of the wavelet transform, J. Pando and L.Z. Fang, in
Wavelet in Physics, eds. L.Z. Fang and R. Thews, World Scientific,
Singapore, 15
The discrete wavelet transform in cosmology: power spectrum and
multiscale identification, L.Z. Fang and J. Pando, in Wavelet in
Physics, eds. L.Z. Fang and R. Thews, World Scientific, Singapore, 133
The discrete wavelet transform in cosmology: quasilinear and non-
linear evolutions, L.Z. Fang and J. Pando, in Wavelet in Physics, eds.
L.Z. Fang and R. Thews, World Scientific, Singapore, 167
Scale-dependence of bias from APM-BGC sample, L.Z. Fang, Z.G. Deng and
X.Y. Xia, IAU 183rd symposium: Cosmological Parameters and the
Evolution of the Universe, ed. K. Sato, 271.

2000

Breaking degeneracy of dark matter models by the scale-scale
correlations of galaxies, L.L. Feng, Z.G. Deng and L.Z. Fang,
Astrophys. J., 530, 53
Virialization of galaxy clusters and beyond, W. Xu, L.Z. Fang and X.P.
Wu, Astrophys. J., 532, 728
Non-Gaussianity and the recovery of the mass power spectrum from the
Ly forest, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 535, 519
Measuring the galaxy power spectrum and scale-scale correlations with
multiresolution-decomposed covariance - I. method, L.Z. Fang and L.L.
Feng Astrophys. J. 539, 5
Intermittent behavior of cosmic mass field revealed by QSO's Ly
forests, P. Jamkhedkar, H. Zhan and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. Lett.,
543, L1
Calibration of the BATC Survey: Methodology and Accuracy, H.J. Yan, D.
Burstein, X.H. Fan, Z.Y.Zheng, J.S. Chen, Y.I. Byun, R. Chen, W.P.
Chen, L.C. Deng, L.Z. Fang, J.J. Hester, Z.J. Jiang, Y. Li, W.P. Lin,
P. Lu, Z.H. Shang, W.H. Sun, W.S. Tsay, R. A. Windhorst, H. Wu, X.Y.
Xia, W. Xu, S.J. Xue, Z. Zheng, J. Zhu, Z.L. Zou, Pub. Astr. Soc.
Pacific, 112, 691
Massive dark halos, quasars and gamma ray bursts, L.Z. Fang, Il Nuovo
Cimento, B115, 947
A relativistic calculation of super-Hubble suppression of inflation
with thermal dissipation, W.L. Lee and L.Z. Fang, Class. Quantum
Grav., 17, 4467
Structure formation on scales of galaxy clusters and beyond, L.Z.
Fang, in The Chaotic Universe, eds. V.G. Gurzadyan and R. Ruffini,
World Scientific, Singapore, 16
Searching for scale-scale correlations of cosmic temperature
fluctuations, L.Z. Fang, in The Chaotic Universe, eds. V.G. Gurzadyan
and R. Ruffini, World Scientific, Singapore, 211
The evolution of massive dark halos and their tracers, L.Z. Fang, in
The Future of the Universe and the Future of our Civilization, eds. V
Burdyuzha and G Khozin, World Scientific, Singapore, 109

2001

Measuring the galaxy power spectrum with multiresolution decomposition
- II. diagonal and off-diagonal power spectra of the LCRS galaxies,
X.H. Yang, L.L. Feng, Y.Q. Chu and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 553, 1
Quasi-local evolution of cosmic gravitational clustering in weakly non-
linear regime, J. Pando, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 554,
841.
The local power spectrum and correlation hierarchy of the cosmic mass
field, H. Zhan, P. Jamkhedkar and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 555, 58.
The intermittent behavior and hierarchical clustering of the cosmic
mass field, L.L. Feng, J. Pando, and L.Z. Fang Astrophys. J., 555, 74.
Measuring the galaxy power spectrum with multiresolution decomposition
- III. velocity field analysis, X.H. Yang, L.L. Feng, Y.Q. Chu and
L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 560, 549.
On the normalization of the QSO's Ly forest power spectrum, P.
Jamkhedkar, H.G. Bi and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 561, 94.
Time-dependent correlation of primordial cosmic perturbations in the
inflationary cosmology, W.L. Lee and L.Z. Fang, Europhysics Letters,
56, 904.
Structure formation of galaxy clusters and beyond, L.Z.Fang, Current
Topics in Astrofundamental Physics: The Cosmic Microwave Background,
eds. N.Sanchez and A.Zichichi, Plenum, 291.
Large scale bulk velocity measured from Ly forests, L.Z. Fang,
Proceedings of the 6th Sino-german workshop on astrophysics, Ringberg
Castle, eds. G. Börner and H. Spruit (MPA Publications)

2002

The large-scale bulk velocity estimated from QSOs' Ly forests, H.
Zhan and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 566, 9.
Measuring the galaxy power spectrum with multiresolution decomposition
- IV. redshift distortion, X.H. Yang, L.L. Feng, Y.Q. Chu and L.Z.
Fang, Astrophys. J., 566, 630.
Constraints on primordial black holes and primordial density
perturbations from the epoch of reionization, P. He and L.Z. Fang
Astrophys. J. Lett., 568, L1.
Non-Gaussian features of transmitted flux of QSO's Ly absorption:
intermittent exponent, J. Pando, L.L. Feng, P. Jamkhedkar, W. Zheng,
D. Kirkman, D. Tytler and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 574, 575
Intermediate-band surface photometry of the edge-on galaxy: NGC 4565,
H. Wu, D. Burstein, Z.G. Deng, X. Zhou, Z.H. Shang, Z.Y. Zheng, J.S.
Chen, H.J. Su, R.A. Windhorst, W.P. Chen, Z.L. Zou, X.Y. Xia, Z.J.
Jiang, J. Ma, S.J. Xue, J. Zhu, F.Z. Cheng, Y.I. Byun, R. Chen, L.C.
Deng, X.H. Fan, L.Z. Fang, X. Kong, Y. Li, W.P. Lin, P. Lu, W.H. Sun,
W.S. Tsay, W. Xu, H.J. Yan, and Z. Zheng, Astro. J., 123, 1364
The intermittency of cosmic mass field, L.Z. Fang, Proceedings of the
Ninth Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, eds. R.T.
Jantzen, V. Gurzadyan and R. Ruffini, World Scientific, Singapore,
2045
Measuring the galaxy power spectrum with multiresolution
decomposition, Y.Q. Chu, X.H. Yang, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang,
Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy III, eds. E. Feigelson and
G. Babu, Springer-Verlag,

2003

One-point statistics of the cosmic density field in real and redshift
spaces with a multiresolutional decomposition, H. Zhan and L.Z. Fang,
Astrophys. J., 585, 12
Intermittent features of the QSO Ly transmitted flux: results from
hydrodynamic cosmological simulations, L. L. Feng, J. Pando, and L. Z.
Fang, Astrophys. J., 587, 487
Power spectrum and intermittency of the transmitted flux of QSOs' Ly
absorption spectra, P. Jamkhedkar, L. L. Feng, W. Zheng, D. Kirkman,
D. Tytler, L. Z. Fang Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc., 343, 1110
The multiphase intracluster medium in galaxy groups probed by Ly
forests, H. Zhan, L. Z. Fang and D. Burstein, Astrophys. J. Lett.,
592, L1
Hydrogen clouds before reionization: a lognormal model approach, H.G.
Bi, L.Z. Fang, L.L. Feng and Y.P. Jing, Astrophys. J., 598, 1
Measuring the galaxy power spectrum with multiresolution
decomposition, Y.Q. Chu, X.H. Yang, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang,
Statistical Challenges in Modern Astronomy III, eds. E. D. Feigelson
and G. J. Babu, Springer-Verlag. p.401
Intermittency and large-scale structure in the universe: a new window
for the study of the nonlinear regime of structure formation, P.
Jamkhedkar and L.Z. Fang, The Emergence of Cosmic Structure: 13th
Astrophysics Conference. AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 666, p. 187.
Quasi-locality of the gravitational evolution of cosmic mass field,
L.Z. Fang, Novuo Cimento, 118B, 989

2004

Quasi-local evolution of the cosmic gravitational clustering in halo
model, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 601, 54.
Correlated hybrid fluctuations from inflation with thermal
dissipation, W.L. Lee and L.Z. Fang, Phys. Rev., D69, 023514.
The reionization history in the lognormal model, J. Liu, L.Z. Fang,
L.L. Feng and H.G. Bi, Astrophys. J., 605, 591.
Off-equilibrium dynamics of the primordial perturbations in the
inflationary universe: the O(N) model, W. L. Lee, Y. Y. Charng, D.S.
Lee and L.Z. Fang, Phys. Rev., D69, 123522.
Spatial locality of galaxy correlation function in phase space:
samples from the 2MASS extended source catalog, Y. C. Guo, Y.Q. Chu
and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 610, 51
Temperature and entropy fields of baryonic gas in the universe, P. He,
L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 612, 14
The statistical discrepancy between the IGM and dark matter fields:
one-point statistics, J. Pando, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J.
Supp., 154, 475
Statistical features of 21-cm emission from the epoch between
reionization and Gunn-Peterson transparency, P. He, J. R. Liu, L. L.
Feng, H. G. Bi, and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 614, 6
Correlated hybrid fluctuations from inflation with thermal
dissipation, W.L. Lee and L.Z. Fang, Journal of the Korean Physical
Society, 45, S198.
Running spectral index and mode-mode correlation of inflationary
perturbations from off-equilibrium effects, D.S. Lee, L.Z. Fang, W.L.
Lee and Y.Y. Charng, Journal of the Korean Physical Society, 45, S203

2005

Distributions of baryon fraction on large scales in the universe, P.
He, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 623, 601
The velocity field of baryonic gas in the universe, B. Kim, P.He, J.
Pando, L.L. Feng and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 625, 599
A parameter-free statistical measurement of halos with power spectra,
P. He, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 628, 14
Power spectrum and intermittency of Lyman-alpha transmitted flux of
QSO HE2347-4342, P. Jamkhedkar, L.L. Feng, W. Zheng and L.Z. Fang,
Astrophys. J., 633, 52
Intergalactic medium in the LCDM universe from cosmological
simulations, L.L. Feng, P. He, L.Z. Fang, C.W. Shu and M.P. Zhang, J.
of Korean Astr. Soc., 38, 129
Long-tailed time-dependent correlation of primordial cosmic
perturbations in the inflationary cosmology and its observable
effects, L.Z. Fang, in Inquiring the Universe: Essays to celebrate
Professor Mario Novellon jubilee, Frontier Groups, (ISBN 2914601085)

2006

Low-redshift cosmic baryon fluid on large scales and She-Levueque's
universal scaling, P. He, J.R. Liu, L.L. Feng, C.W. Shu and L.Z. Fang,
Phys. Rev. Lett., 96, 051302
X-ray emission of baryonic gas in the universe: luminosity-temperature
relationship and soft band background, T.J. Zhang, J.R. Liu, L.L.
Feng, P. He and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 642, 625
Cross-correlation between WMAP and 2MASS: non-Gaussianity induced by
SZ effect, L. Cao, Y.Q. Chu and L.Z. Fang, Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc.,
369, 645
Is the cosmic UV background fluctuating at redshift larger than 6 ?
J.R. Liu, H.G Bi, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. Lett 645, L1
A unified fitting of HI and HeII Ly transmitted flux of QSO HE2347
with CDM hydrodynamic simulations, J.R. Liu, P. Jamkhedkar, W. Zheng,
L.L. Feng, and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 645, 861
A WENO algorithm for the radiative transfer and ionized sphere at
reionization, J.-M. Qiu, C.-W. Shu, L.-L. Feng and L. Z. Fang, New
Astronomy, 12, 1
The history of reionization, L. Z. Fang, J. of Korean Phys. Soc., 49,
697

2007

A WENO algorithm of the temperature and ionization profiles around a
point source, J.M. Qiu, L. L. Feng, C.W. Shu and L. Z. Fang, New
Astronomy, 12, 398
Estimating power spectrum of Sunyaev-Zeldovich effect from the cross-
correlation between WMAP and 2MASS, L. Cao, J.R. Liu, and L.Z. Fang,
Astrophys. J., 661, 641
21 cm signals from early ionizing sources, J. R. Liu, J.M. Qiu, L. L.
Feng, C. W. Shu and L.Z. Fang Astrophys. J., 663, 1
Ly-alpha Leaks in the Absorption Spectra of High Redshift QSOs, J.R.
Liu, H.G. Bi and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. Lett., 671, L89
The DWT power spectrum of the two-degree field galaxy redshift survey,
Y.C. Cai, J. Pan, Y.H. Zhao, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Relativistic
Astrophysics eds. C.L. Bianco and S.-S. Xue, the AIP Conference
Proceedings, 966, 87
Twenty one cm signals from ionized and heated regions around first
stars, L.Z. Fang, Relativistic Astrophysics eds. C.L. Bianco and S.-S.
Xue, the AIP Conference Proceedings, 966, 95

2008

A WENO algorithm for the growth of ionized regions at the reionization
epoch, J. M. Qiu, C.W. Shu, J.R. Liu ans L.Z. Fang, New Astronomy, 13,
1
Non-Gaussianity of the cosmic baryon fluid: log-Poisson hierarchy
model, J.R. Liu and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 672, 11
Ly-alpha Leaks and Reionization, L.L. Feng, H.G. Bi, J.R. Liu and L.Z.
Fang, Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc., 383, 1459
DWT Analysis of the 2-degree Field Galaxy Redshift Survey, Y.-C. Cai,
J. Pan, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, ChJAA, 8, 159
Intermittency of cosmic baryon fluid, L.Z. Fang, Relativistic
Astrophysics eds. D.S. Lee, W.L. Lee and S.-S. Xue, the AIP Conference
Proceedings, 1059, 129
Book Review: History of Purple Mountain Observatory, L.Z. Fang, Isis
(The History of Science Society), 99, 645

2009

Scaling relation between Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect and X-ray
luminosity and scale-free evolution of cosmic baryon field, Q. Yuan,
H.Y. Wan, T.J. Zhang, J.R. Liu, L.L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, New
Astronomy, 14, 152
Log-Poisson hierarchical clustering of cosmic neutral hydrogen and Ly-
alpha transmitted flux of QSO absorption spectrum, Y. Lu, Y.Q. Chu,
and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. 691, 43
Time evolution of Wouthuysen-Field coupling, I. Roy, W. Xu, J.M. Qiu,
C.W. Shu and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J. 694 1121.
A WENO algorithm for radiative transfer with resonant scattering and
the Wouthuysen-Field Coupling, I. Roy, J.M. Qiu, C.W. Shu and L.Z.
Fang, New Astronomy, 14, 513.
Wouthuysen-Field coupling in 21 cm region around high redshift
sources, I. Roy, W. Xu, J.-M. Qiu, C.-W. Shu, and L. Z. Fang,
Astrophys. J., 703, 1992
A wavelet-Galerkin algorithm of the E/B decomposition of CMB
polarization maps, L. Cao and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 706, 1545
The zeroth Law of thermodynamics of photon-hydrogen system and 21 cm
cosmology, L.Z. Fang, Int. J. of Mod. Phys. D, 18, 1943

2010

Vorticity of IGM velocity field on large scales, W. S. Zhu, L. L. Feng
and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 712, 1
Resonant scattering and Ly radiation emergent from neutral hydrogen
halos I. Roy, C.-W. Shu and L.Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 716, 604
Log-Poisson non-Gaussianity of Ly transmitted flux fluctuations at
high redshift, Y. Lu, W.S. Zhu, Y.Q. Chu, L.L.Feng, and L.Z. Fang Mon.
Not. R. Astr. Soc., 408, 452

2011

Statistical and dynamical decoupling of the IGM from dark matter, L.Z.
Fang and Weshan Zhu, Advances in Astronomy, 2011, Article ID 492980, 9
pages
Dynamical effect of the turbulence of IGM on the baryon fraction
distribution, W. S. Zhu, L. L. Feng and L.Z. Fang, Mon. Not. R. Astr.
Soc., 415, 1093
Intermittence of the map of kinetic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich effect and
turbulence of IGM, W. Zhu, L. L. Feng, and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J.
Lett,, 374, 14
Effect of dust on Lyman-alpha photon transfer in optically thick halo.
Y. Yang, I, Roy, C-W. Shu and L. Z. Fang, Astrophys. J., 739, 91
Time-dependent behavior of Lyman photon transfer in high redshift
optically thick medium, W. Xu, X.P. Wu, and L. Z. Fang, Mon. Not. R.
Astr. Soc., 418, 853

2012

Nonlinear evolution of cosmic baryon fluid, L.Z. Fang, Int. J. of Mod.
Phys. D, in press
b***@nyx.net
2012-08-22 21:48:15 UTC
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Post by Satish
Scientific Articles of Li-Zhi Fang (Fang Lizhi) Since 1989
A very impressive list. No wonder that the control freaks in the
Chinese government hated him. He was hundreds of times smarter than
any of them. He was once talking to a class in China about Deng's
"modernization with Chinese characteristics" and asked the class how
they felt about "physics with Chinese characteristics". The class was
amused; the authorities were not. In many cases, "with Chinese
characteristics" is code for "as long as the CCP maintains total
control".

[cue our resident morons to start spouting off about drones in Yemen]
rst0
2012-08-23 18:54:43 UTC
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Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by Satish
Scientific Articles of Li-Zhi Fang (Fang Lizhi) Since 1989
A very impressive list. No wonder that the control freaks in the
Chinese government hated him. He was hundreds of times smarter than
any of them. He was once talking to a class in China about Deng's
"modernization with Chinese characteristics" and asked the class how
they felt about "physics with Chinese characteristics". The class was
amused; the authorities were not. In many cases, "with Chinese
characteristics" is code for "as long as the CCP maintains total
control".
[cue our resident morons to start spouting off about drones in Yemen]
Without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square Massacre, Prof. Fang Li-Zhi
was just another non-entity out of 1.3 Billion non-entities.
Satish
2012-08-23 20:22:35 UTC
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Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by Satish
Scientific Articles of Li-Zhi Fang (Fang Lizhi) Since 1989
A very impressive list. No wonder that the control freaks in the
Chinese government hated him. He was hundreds of times smarter than
any of them. He was once talking to a class in China about Deng's
"modernization with Chinese characteristics" and asked the class how
they felt about "physics with Chinese characteristics". The class was
amused; the authorities were not. In many cases, "with Chinese
characteristics" is code for "as long as the CCP maintains total
control".
[cue our resident morons to start spouting off about drones in Yemen]
Without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square Massacre, Prof. Fang Li-Zhi
was just another non-entity out of 1.3 Billion non-entities.
With or without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square massacre, Prof. Fang
Li-Zhi was always something. He had a heart that brooked no chaining
by the CCP dictatorship. Moreover, he was a respected astrophysicist
in his own right.
b***@nyx.net
2012-08-23 21:18:24 UTC
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Post by rst0
Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by Satish
Scientific Articles of Li-Zhi Fang (Fang Lizhi) Since 1989
A very impressive list. No wonder that the control freaks in the
Chinese government hated him. He was hundreds of times smarter than
any of them. He was once talking to a class in China about Deng's
"modernization with Chinese characteristics" and asked the class how
they felt about "physics with Chinese characteristics". The class was
amused; the authorities were not. In many cases, "with Chinese
characteristics" is code for "as long as the CCP maintains total
control".
[cue our resident morons to start spouting off about drones in Yemen]
Without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square Massacre, Prof. Fang Li-Zhi
was just another non-entity out of 1.3 Billion non-entities.
With or without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square massacre, Prof. Fang
Li-Zhi was always something. He had a heart that brooked no chaining
by the CCP dictatorship. Moreover, he was a respected astrophysicist
in his own right.
He was obviously something special. And he was an important reason
that there *were* TAM protests. This guy was a winner. It's common
behavior for small-minded people to badmouth others who are much
better and more honorable than they are, the truth be damned.
rst9
2012-08-24 23:18:42 UTC
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Post by Satish
Post by rst0
Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by Satish
Scientific Articles of Li-Zhi Fang (Fang Lizhi) Since 1989
A very impressive list. No wonder that the control freaks in the
Chinese government hated him. He was hundreds of times smarter than
any of them. He was once talking to a class in China about Deng's
"modernization with Chinese characteristics" and asked the class how
they felt about "physics with Chinese characteristics". The class was
amused; the authorities were not. In many cases, "with Chinese
characteristics" is code for "as long as the CCP maintains total
control".
[cue our resident morons to start spouting off about drones in Yemen]
Without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square Massacre, Prof. Fang Li-Zhi
was just another non-entity out of 1.3 Billion non-entities.
With or without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square massacre, Prof. Fang
Li-Zhi was always something. He had a heart that brooked no chaining
by the CCP dictatorship. Moreover, he was a respected astrophysicist
in his own right.
He was obviously something special.
Yeah, A CIA stooge, that is something special. CIA paid for his
activities.
Post by b***@nyx.net
And he was an important reason
that there *were* TAM protests. This guy was a winner. It's common
behavior for small-minded people to badmouth others who are much
better and more honorable than they are, the truth be damned.
Satish
2012-08-25 17:51:54 UTC
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Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by Satish
Post by rst0
Post by b***@nyx.net
Post by Satish
Scientific Articles of Li-Zhi Fang (Fang Lizhi) Since 1989
A very impressive list. No wonder that the control freaks in the
Chinese government hated him. He was hundreds of times smarter than
any of them. He was once talking to a class in China about Deng's
"modernization with Chinese characteristics" and asked the class how
they felt about "physics with Chinese characteristics". The class was
amused; the authorities were not. In many cases, "with Chinese
characteristics" is code for "as long as the CCP maintains total
control".
[cue our resident morons to start spouting off about drones in Yemen]
Without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square Massacre, Prof. Fang Li-Zhi
was just another non-entity out of 1.3 Billion non-entities.
With or without the backdrop of Tiananmen Square massacre, Prof. Fang
Li-Zhi was always something. He had a heart that brooked no chaining
by the CCP dictatorship. Moreover, he was a respected astrophysicist
in his own right.
He was obviously something special.
Yeah, A CIA stooge, that is something special.  CIA paid for his
activities.
And the CIA came to rst0/rst9 to blurt out this fact to rst0/rst9 who
then had obtain security clearance from the USA to work on advanced
weapons systems at Lockheed. Needless to say rst0/rst9 decided to keep
it under wraps in those days that his allegiance was to the CCP
dictaorship in Beijing and not to democratic USA where he lived and
worked.


rst0/rst0, have you discussed your problem with your psychiatrist? You
should.

Your angry outbursts can do no good to a decrepit wretched 74-year old
like you. You should attend some anger management classes for your own
sake. Otherwise, pretty soon, your gf will have to look for a bf who
is saner.

And, BTW, how are your earnings from the CCP dictatorship in Beijing?

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/50_Cent_Party

50 Cent Party

The 50 Cent Party are Internet commentators (网络评论员, 網絡評論員, wǎnglù
pínglùn yuán) hired by the government of the People's Republic of
China (both local and central) or the Communist Party to post comments
favorable towards party policies in an attempt to shape and sway
public opinion on various Internet message boards. The commentators
are said to be paid for every post that either steers a discussion
away from anti-party or sensitive content on domestic websites,
bulletin board systems, and chatrooms, or that advances the Communist
party line.

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74-year old rst0/rst9 will do himself a big favor if he enrolls
himself in some adult education school and also for some anger
management courses. Otherwise patriotically challenged rst0 will lose
his mind completely and continue to make a spectacle of himself by
revealing his appalling ignorance in everything from history to
English. And if rst0/rst9 can't get himself to do that, he should stop
bilking USA and go back to where his heart really resides, namely, the
village of his birth in China under CCP-dictatorship. That would be
the honest thing to do. Of course, it is another matter that his gf
will refuse to follow rst0 to CCP-land where any deviation of his
newsgroup posts from the official CCP-line will right away lead him to
re-education through labor ( 勞動教養 ).


Chinese-Americans are by and large a patriotic lot. But there are a
few bad apples who go proactive with their bid to serve the colonial
agenda of CCP-dictatorship. These bad apples had often worked with
defense contractors like Lockheed, Boeing etc. but when opportunity
came they betrayed USA by selling company and US secrets to the CCP-
dictatorship. When caught with their pants down, these bad apples
inevitably landed in jail.


rst0, USA respects your freedom of speech. Unlike the CCP-dictatorship
in China, the US government is not going to monitor your posts on the
newsgroup and go after you for your rantings on the internet. You can
bark with impunity without any fear of reprisal by the US government.
But you will make a grave mistake if you ever try to bite the hand
that feeds you by selling Lockheed and US secrets to the CCP-
dictatorship. You will be eventually caught and spend the rest of your
golden years inside jail cells.


Try to be like the normal Chinese-Americans. Ambassador Gary Locke is
a good role model. He has won nothing but admiration from the
ordinary Chinese under CCP-dictatorship.He is far more respected by
the ordinary folks in China than the stinking fat cats in the party
politburo.


As a retired 74-year old, you have ample time in your hand. Your idle
brain has become the devil's workshop. You are 24/7 on the internet
pushing the evil agenda of the CCP-dictatorship in China. But if you
have any brain, you will bark but not bite to avoid ending up in jail
like a few Chinese Americans have for selling US to the CCP-
dictatorship in China for pecuniary gains.


China-born aerospace engineer Dogfang Greg Chung is the same age as 74-
year old rstx. rstx would be wise to steer himself away from the path
of treason that has earned the 74-year old Dongfan Gref Chung a 15
year prison sentence. Here's Dogfang Greg Chung's shameful story:


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http://articles.latimes.com/print/2010/feb/09/local/la-me-chinese-spy9-2010feb09


9-2-2010


Chinese-born engineer gets 15 years in spying for China
Dongfan 'Greg' Chung, who worked with Boeing and Rockwell
International, was accused of providing information on the space
shuttle and Delta IV rocket.
By Patrick J. McDonnell


A Chinese-born aerospace engineer who had access to sensitive material
while working with a pair of major defense contractors in Southern
California was sentenced Monday to more than 15 years in prison for
acquiring secret space shuttle data and other information for China.


U.S. District Judge Cormac J. Carney in Santa Ana imposed a 188-month
prison term on Dongfan "Greg" Chung, 73, a naturalized U.S. citizen
who lives in Orange.


Carney declared that he could not "put a price tag" on national
security and sought to send a signal to China to "stop sending your
spies here," according to the U.S. attorney's office.


Chung, who worked at Boeing's Huntington Beach plant, denied being a
spy and said he was gathering documents for a book, not for espionage.
His attorneys argued that much of the material was already available
on the public record.


At his sentencing, Chung professed his love for the United States,
even as prosecutors depicted him as a spy who would compromise U.S.
national security.


"Giving China advanced rocket technology is not in the United States'
national interest," said Assistant U.S. Atty. Greg Staples. "There is
a voracious appetite for U.S. technology in China."


Whether loyalty to his homeland or financial gain was Chung's motive
remained unclear. The case is one of a number of prosecutions that
have shed light on alleged Chinese efforts to gain access to U.S.
technology and research through espionage.


Chung was the first suspect tried with attempting to help a foreign
nation under the terms of the 1996 Economic Espionage Act, passed to
help prevent pilfering of sensitive economic information. Chung chose
to have the case heard by the judge rather than a jury.


Chung was convicted last year on charges of economic espionage and
acting as an agent for more than three decades while employed by
Rockwell International and Boeing Co.


When Chung was convicted, Carney said the case revealed Chung's
"secret life" as a "spy" for China. The case against him arose from an
investigation into another engineer, Chi Mak, who worked in the United
States and obtained sensitive military information for China. Mak and
several relatives were convicted of providing defense information to
China, the U.S. attorney's office said. Carney sentenced Mak to more
than 24 years in prison in 2008.


Federal authorities said Chung stole restricted technology and trade
secrets, including data related to the space shuttle and the Delta IV
rocket.


"This case demonstrates our resolve to protect the secrets that help
protect the United States, as well as the important technology
advancements developed by scientists working for companies that
provide crucial support to our national security programs," acting
U.S. Atty. George S. Cardona said Monday in a statement.


Chung held a "secret" security clearance when he worked at Rockwell
and Boeing on the space shuttle program, authorities said. He retired
in 2002 but the next year returned to Boeing as a contractor, a
position he held until September 2006, the U.S. attorney's office
said.


Between 1985 and 2003, Chung made trips to China to deliver lectures
on technology involving the space shuttle and other programs, the
government said. During those trips, Chung met with Chinese government
officials, including military agents, U.S. authorities said.




http://articles.latimes.com/print/2010/feb/09/local/la-me-chinese-spy9-2010feb09



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Post by b***@nyx.net
And he was an important reason
that there *were* TAM protests. This guy was a winner. It's common
behavior for small-minded people to badmouth others who are much
better and more honorable than they are, the truth be damned.
rst9
2012-08-25 20:24:49 UTC
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Satish is a dark-skinned Indian son-of-a-bitch with immoral,
unethical, crazy twisted warp mind, and a lunatic liar. He's a
psychopath and should be locked up in an insane asylum.

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