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RE: Even more on pterosaur arms
> Date: Sat, 6 Jul 2013 09:27:32 -0400
> From: GSP1954@aol.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Even more on pterosaur arms
> Notable how some are reacting to the posts by a paleoresearcher who
> publishes regularly in the peer reviewed literature and provides review
> services on
> these matters to editors not with a sense of scientific curiousity and
> careful debate, but in a reflexive angry manner along the lines of why is that
> uppity GP causing trouble with our consensus. As per MW complaining about GP
> "moaning about my work." What, my disagreeing on technical grounds is
> "moaning?" Does that mean that anyone who disagrees with MW is moaning?
>From the posts I have seen, much of it seems to stem more as a reaction to
>your claim that you are the sole authority on the subject, and as such are the
>only person who should be offering up what the specimens were up to in life.
>(as was the phrase in the old days, you set yourself up as god)
I know and understand that its natural to have camps and disagreements in
paleontology (the BANDits being just one example)...but as Occam said, do not
multiply things unneccessarily.