On Wed, 25 Feb 2004 22:40:27 GMT, "k p Collins"
} > You can apply for an NIH grant just like
} > anyone else can.
} Back when I checked-into this, I was
} told that Grants were not given to
Not precisely true. They're not given to unassociated individuals. If
you had an academic institution or independent operating lab to handle
it, you would get it and they would administer it.
} > } I'm 'curious'. Have you read AoK?
} > No. And I'm pretty sure you don't want me to.
} I'll be happy to send you a copy, gratis,
} and just as happy to hear anything [ex-
} cept comments on it's 'style'] you have to
} say about anything that's in-it [the text is
} a brief summary of Experimental results
} cited in AoK].
I don't give my email out over usenet.
See, this is the benefit of a web site. You don't even have to have an
index (home page). You can just put your files in there and tell
someone they can download your stuff from
Post it here if you like. Usenet won't break.
} The fundamentals that are treated in-it
} will stand as Incontrovertible Truth, for
} all 'time' [or at least until evolutionary
} dynamics alter the very-fundamental
} neural architecture].
} It contains the stuff I've been discussing, with
} respect to the globally-integrated neural
} Topology. It's only 114 pages, including
} citations and Index.
} Please 1. read it, or 2. stop interfering with
} the Work I do here in bionet.neuroscience.
I don't need to read anything you've written to know when you're
answering someone with irrelevant material, and I will by no means
stop bringing every instance of that to your attention.