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Re: fossil sales
>> The arguments against fossil sales strike me as being remarkably similar to
>> the arguments against permitting commercial traffic in wildlife and
>wildlifean > resources. --Merritt Clifton, editor, ANIMAL PEOPLE.obligation
>to educate, train and otherwise
>include those with similar interests. This is what is best for the science.
>This forum seems to be an extremely satisfying example of how this can be done,
>and I know of other examples that show that it can work.
>George F. Engelmann
>University of Nebraska at Omaha
Educational without a doubt. So far I've learned that all
paleontologists are closet socialists with a control complex
that demands we surrender all things they like to study to
them without financial compensation, and that they are willing
to get into bed with radical environmentalists in order to
find support for this erosion of property rights. Now, I was
willing to let the original post pass because of the implicit
tone that it applied to people swiping fossils from public
places, or black-marketing them, which no one wants to see,
but this has been getting increasingly general, and now we get
to see the radical greenies clucking their socialist rhetoric
once again. Now, shall we just end this thread here and go
back to what this list is _for_, or shall we turn it into a no-
holds-barred political flamewar worthy of "sci".environment?
_I_ subscribed to talk about dinosaurs, not politics, but I'll
play it where it lies...