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I have been developing nano materials for 13 years now and I will never post things that risk technology security so I cane help but wonder why this site is so not user friendlier. Seems to be more at risk by having to type in so many passwords and information just to check what others have said to me. 
Paranoia will destroy ya and if you post secrets on your site you are a huge risk for anyone to work with at all

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Dear James Richard Tacker,

 

we use password to protect our community from spammers... witout moderation dont get... we try it, but todays Internet is full with "spams"... Each day around 3-5 spammers try to registrate to the portal.

 

We are userfriendly, ... only some spammer are not friendly with us and the 4900 members

 

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