This was a very advanced conference, bringing together experts in the many interlocking features of the relations between mesons and light nuclei, and the organizers put these speakers into a coherent program. New data of high quality and relevance were shown, and both old and new theoretical methods were presented, based increasingly upon fundamental processes and much less upon empirical fitting. I will not try to summarize the many results and conclusions reached, but give my general and personal observations on the skeleton of what we have been doing, and how we have come to learn what we know. Rather than highlights of the Conference, I will end with a summary of the promises that were made, and what we can expect at the next in this series of Conferences on Mesons and Light Nuclei.
KeywordsLight Nucleus Complex Nucleus Meson Exchange Current High Energy Electron Beam Double Charge Exchange
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