The next Conference is three years away. That would be, it seems to me,
plenty of time to prepare a good case for the document's legitimacy. But
for that very reason, I must consider that sooner or later some of my colleagues
might hear about what I am doing, and leap into the chase. Should that happen,
I fear that the faint track left a millennium ago
would become obliterated by their trampling feet.
I must be free to pursue this without interference, wherever it may lead. And I strongly feel that this "discovery," if it proves to be authentic, could make my reputation, not only among my colleagues, but for generations to come.
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