I don't believe--correct me if I am wrong--Oscar acknowledges that this conclusion came from his attendance at a talk I did at the Open in 1998.
He approached me after the conference to discuss this. This is an example of the kind of appropriation I don't appreciate--especially when combined with his rejection or denial of so much of my other research that doesn't fit his theories.
And this one doesn't either. My point is that you have fractions of a second to make critical complex motions in the preparation and that the bulk of this must occur before the bounce.
More on this later. Going to see my cousin in Connecticut for a couple of days!