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With all the recent pyrotechnics over killer asteroids vs nasty volcanos,
let me call everyone's attention to an interesting book that just came
in the mail: William Glen (editor), 1994, The Mass-Extinction Debates: How
Science Works in a Crisis, Stanford Univ. Press. I've only skimmed the
book, but it seems to provide nice accounts about the various arguments
about the K-T boundary events, and why the various partisans argue the
way they do. I look forward to reading it.