In <6vaugp$b84$1 at fremont.ohsu.edu> Matt Jones <jonesmat at ohsu.edu>
>>In article <6va4q2$530$1 at news.bix.asn.au> Ikkyu, gone at hell.com writes:
>>>Who says censorship is a bad idea???
>>I say censorship is a bad idea.
>>It doesn't take very much effort to figure out which posts are worth
>reading and which should be ignored. As scientists, we have to do this
>everyday anyway. Why should the internet be any different? Or should
>there also be a "moderator" for abstracts at the Society for
>The Vollum Institute
I'm staying also. I urge others to stay and restore neuroscience
discussion by (1) contributing questions and/or answers
(2) ignoring kooks, or responding to them directly
rather than by posting to the group if they reject
criticism repeatedly and irresponsibly.
(3) helping to stamp out crosss-posting, by deleting
bionet.neuroscience from the list of groups receiving
any off-topic discussion you are tempted to contribute
to, and/or by replying directly to other discussants
and requesting that they delete bionet.neuroscience
from the list.
F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D.
New York Neuropsychology Group