mzarella at twcny.rr.com
Wed Dec 25 09:28:35 EST 2002
Ditto here. I lurk mostly, but my lurking has cut down recently due to my
lack of interest in pseudo-science and inarticulate babble that's seemed to
permeate this group either from cross-posting or attempts at maniacal
"mat" <mats_trash at hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:43525ce3.0212231757.578699fa at posting.google.com...
> "Philippe Coulon" <coulon-remove- at uni-duesseldorf.de> wrote in message
news:<atv136$2te$1 at poseidon.uni-duesseldorf.de>...
> > Hello NG!
> > Since bionet.neuroscience seems overcrowded with non-scientific
> > I have been thinking of introducing a new neuroscience newsgroup that is
> > limited to scientific exchange. Please mail me if you are interested. If
> > receive enough e-mails, I will forward the list to
> > where it will be open for discussion whether or not to create this NG.
> > you are interested please mail to:
> > neuroscience at biochemtech.de .
> > --
> > Philippe Coulon
> I agree, it would be of benefit to have a seperate newsgroup, perhaps
> even moderated, for what most would agree constitutes 'science' rather
> than the twaddle that mostly seems to be peddled around here. I have
> noticed a sharp decline in the number of interesting topics and a
> conspicuous abscence of the true scientists and enthusiasts who
> regularly posted when I first happened upon the group. Myself having
> only a B.Sc., I'm sure there are many more qualified than I to take
> on any moderating role (which I should think would only constitute
> screening, not editing or refereeing) however I would volunteer to do
> some of the work involved, if necessary.
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