In article <361D891C.12F8C3CD at papyrus.mhri.edu.au> Nicola Bridle,
nbridle at papyrus.mhri.edu.au writes:
> I realize this is a defeatist attitude, and it is with disappointment
>that I say this, so it is adieu.....perhaps I'll check back in 6 months and see
>how everyone is going :-)
In another post, F. Frank LeFever, Ph.D. writes:
>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.
I agree with Dr. LeFever. No offense Nicola, but instead of lurking, then
bailing with the intent of checking back in 6 months to see if things
have magically gotten better, why not actually _contribute_. Seems to me
that's the only way things will balance out, kook-wise.