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> [request for flame-down deleted]
> Thanks for the head-whack. I re-read what I wrote and agree it was
> a bad case of stupid flaming. It's been real muggy here lately :-)
> My apologies to Sherry. I promise to keep the tone on an even keel.
It's okay, it's finals week for me and I get alittle touchy with no sleep.
:) Sorry if my tone was less then friendly.
> Maybe he lost his cool for the same reason I did. People don't like
> being labelled "unscientific" because they advocate the impact hypothesis
> as a major contributor to the K/T extinctions.
Well, I didn't mean to say advocates are unscientific, but I think that
the blanket acceptance and advertisment of a hypothisis as fact just because
it's the most popular one in the community is unscientific. Sorry about the
confusion. If anything, I think the ones who do not buy the hypothisis are
thought as unscientific because we go against the norm of the community. I
guess that makes me understand why that would tick you off.
> > Thanks to your tactful comments, maybe we can exchange our differing
> ideas in a more polite tone.
Thanks from me too. We all need to take that big breath before we hit
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Sherry Michael "The scientific point of view is
Philadelphia Academy of that every phenomenon is in
Natural Sciences nature and part of it"
Dino Docent/teacher -Albert Kroeber