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Re: world events
While I appreciate these opinions of others, and would like nothing
better than to debate them with others in an appropriate forum, allow
me to be blunt:
Some of us over here lost loved ones. The fact that this is totally
off-topic notwithstanding, please allow the family members of those
killed the time and space to grieve before debating matters of
dear scientists -
i'm not so sure.
maybe you'd like to learn about an organisation called "Scientists for
Global Responsibility", http://www.sgr.org.uk
if not, please accept my apology for filling your inbox with noise.
best wishes, marina
university laboratory of physiology
parks road, oxford, u.k.
tel.: 0044 1865 272495; internal: 72495
Shawn Weil wrote:
Although I respect your opinions and your yearning for restraint, this is
not the proper forum for the discussion. Please refrain making these posts.
Noah MacKenzie, M.A.
Dept. of Psychology
The Ohio State University