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Would it be worthwhile to compile a list of books and journal articles that are not only filled with interesting exercises and methods, but that also cite research in support of alt/dis? I ask because a lot of the alt/dis stuff I have read is chock full of great ideas, and/or are olympian gymnast routines of fracturing and meshing, but lacking data that might help strict Bartholamaeites (or simply those who lack exposure)who are perhaps in positions to dictate curriculum (or any discourse) understand the value of alt/dis at a quantitative level. Thanks. I will post some of what I have found soon.