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Re: Resusitate the dinonet
> This is an appeal to all the gradutae students and (other)
professional paleontologists, as well as those extremely well versed in
paleo and/or biology and zoology.
The dinonet is gasping for air. The many really in depth,
fascinating, technical discussions that permeated the net when I first
signed on have evaporated. The slew of taxonomic discussions that have
popped up recently over the dinosaur dictionary are interesting, sure,
but there is a lot more to dinosaurology than that to discuss. It seems
like for the past week that all the messages:
1) are related to names and taxonomy
2) dinosaur toys
3) have nothing to do with dinosaurs
There have been a couple discussions that have tried to get
interesting and technical, but fizzled out without much in being sadi in
real depth. us nonprofessionals can kick stuff around a little, but we
need more than a couple of the professionals to get in there ind start
jamming. Save the dinonet!
Well said, and urgently in need of implementation.
Roger A. Stephenson