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From [email protected] Mon Sep 27 12:28:20 1993 Xref: rpi news.announce.newgroups:922 news.groups:22452 sci.geo.fluids:288 sci.geo.geology:94 sci.misc:2133 sci.environment:10068 talk.environment:2404 sci.research:1103 sci.physics:12665 sci.aeronautics:2060 sci.space:20114 sci.math:11147 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.geo.fluids,sci.geo.geology,sci.misc,sci.environment,talk.environment,sci.research,sci.physics,sci.aeronautics,sci.space,sci.math Path: rpi!tale From: Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> Subject: CFD:  sci.geo.meteorology Followup-To: news.groups Sender: [email protected] Nntp-Posting-Host: cs.rpi.edu Date: 5 Mar 91 07:28:28 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 28  I hereby propose the creation of the newsgroup sci.geo.meteorology. It is to be used as an open forum to discuss the dynamics and uniqueness of our atmosphere.  NAME: sci.geo.meteorology  CHARTER: Discussion of meteorology and related topics.  MODERATION STATUS: Unmoderated  PURPOSE AND JUSTIFICATION: Our lives are effected daily by the weather.  However, this is not new news.  In the past few years, meteorology has fast become a cutting-edge science.  Scientists are now optimizing the way forecasts are made; supercomputers are studying chaos theory and its relation to the atmosphere; fascinating research is taking place on severe weather and tornados, with research on new types of radar; microbursts and wind shear are being studied heavily; of course global warming, hurricane research, lightning...the list goes on and on.  I believe interesting discussion could take place in this newsgroup. It would be a benefit to professionals in the field, students, and the general public by the exchange of information on the various topics of the atmosphere. --  Jason J. Levit       Tornado Chaser Extraordinaire       [email protected]   Boing...boing...boing...boing...listen to all that bouncing mail out there! 	     A good planet is hard to find; let's save this one!  From [email protected] Sat Sep 25 16:16:32 1993 Xref: rpi news.announce.newgroups:1008 news.groups:23863 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups Path: rpi!bounce-back From: Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> Subject: 2nd CFV and VOTE ACK:  sci.geo.meteorology Followup-To: poster Sender: [email protected] Nntp-Posting-Host: cs.rpi.edu Date: 2 Apr 91 04:34:37 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 228  Once again here is the Call for Votes for sci.geo.meteorology. Following the Call for Votes will be a list of people who have votes as of March 30th, 1991, 4:45 pm.  ************** CALL FOR VOTES: SCI.GEO.METEOROLOGY ***************  After some dicussion and many people urging me to put this to a vote, I hereby call for the vote on the newsgroup sci.geo.meteorology. Once again, here is the charter:  NAME: sci.geo.meteorology  CHARTER: Discussion of meteorology and related topics.  MODERATION STATUS: Unmoderated  PURPOSE AND JUSTIFICATION: Our lives are effected daily by the weather.  However, this is not new news.  In the past few years, meteorology has fast become a cutting-edge science.  Scientists are now optimizing the way forecasts are made; supercomputers are studying chaos theory and its relation to the atmosphere; fascinating research is taking place on severe weather and tornados, with research on new types of radar; microbursts and wind shear are being studied heavily; of course global warming, hurricane research, lightning...the list goes on and on.  I believe interesting discussion could take place in this newsgroup. It would be a benefit to professionals in the field, students, and the general public by the exchange of information on the various topics of the atmosphere.  *********************** VOTING PROCEDURE ****************************  Please vote in this format:  If you wish to vote yes, send a message to: [email protected], with a "I vote YES" in the subject line and a "I vote YES for sci.geo.meteorology." in the contents of the letter.  If you wish to vote no, send a message to: [email protected], with a "I vote NO" in the subject line and a "I vote NO for sci.geo.meteorology" in the contents of the letter.  Any other messages that clearly state a vote for one way or the other will be counted.  Any comments or questions can be sent to me, Jason J. Levit, [email protected]  The voting period will last from March 18th, 1991 to April 14th, 1991 (27 days).  Any votes received before or after this period will not be counted.  As always, this group must receive 100 more YES votes than NO votes and the YES votes must be 2/3 of the majority.  Votes in by March 30th, 1991, 4:45 pm:  Alan Caldera  Allister J. Gorman  Asher Green  "Barbara J. Kratz"  Ben Mesander <[email protected]> Ben R Oppenheimer  Bill Jones  "Bill Rea, University of Canterbury, New Zealand" Brian Roberts  CTI Centre for Geography  Chris Mackerell  Chris Maksymiak  Christopher Bryden  Claire M Cosgrove  Dan Tomlinson  Dave Walker  David Hansen  David J Low  "Dr. Gerrit Hoogenboom"  Fareed Asad-Harooni  Franz Holawe  "Geert K. Marien"  Geoff Peck  Gerry Swetsky <[email protected]> Great Scott  Iming Aron  JERRY MILLER  Jade Walker  Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> "Jeffrey J. Nucciarone"  Jim Angel  "Jim Kerlin -- Penn State Univ"  Jim Roche  Jim Teresco  (Jin-chung Hsu)  "John A. Palkovic"  John Cortinas  Karl Stapelfeldt  Kenneth Ingham  Kermit Carlson  Lance Andrewes  Lisa Corsetti  "MARTSOLF, J DAVID"  "Mark J. Laufersweiler"  "Mark.Cote"  Megan McKay  Michael W Mandziuk  "Michal W. Cenkl"  Mike Richman  Mitchell E. Gold  Mohib.N.Durrani  Paul Jerkatis <[email protected]> Peter L Jackson  Peter Soule'  "Psi(cb ch.25)"   Randy Peppler  Rick Ellis  Ron McCoy - Yale Security  Ron Winograd <[email protected]> "S.K. Whiteman"  "TOM SALEM"  William  Yair Goldreich  ads.com!charleen (Charleen Bunjiovianna Stoner) aeolus.gsfc.nasa.gov!newman (P.A. 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Dale) galileo.atmos.colostate.edu!taft (Richard Taft) garlic.stanford.edu!soule (Larry Soule) geki.toppoint.de!georg (Georg Hoermann) glen wheless  gvlf8.gvl.unisys.com!davef iastate.edu!bible ihlpl.att.com!pauln (Paul H Nelson) iwtgo.att.com!jld1 (Jeffrey L David) jle%atmos.dar.csiro.au jupiter.ino.ucar.edu!val (Val Anantharaj) [email protected] (Karl Denninger) kelvin.seas.virginia.edu!jph2u (John P. Hannon) kiwi.atmos.colostate.edu!kelley (Kelley Wittmeyer) loki.atmos.colostate.edu!johnk (John Kleist) madlab.sprl.umich.edu!samson (Perry Samson) magnum.convex.com!piziali (Andrew J. Piziali) math.berkeley.edu!william (W. E. Grosso) matrx.matrix.com!pry (Paul Young) meteor.wisc.edu!bhatt (Uma Bhatt) meteor.wisc.edu!foley (Jonathan Foley) meteor.wisc.edu!moonunit (Chris Bovitz) meteor.wisc.edu!orf (Leigh Orf) meteor.wisc.edu!soden (Brian Soden) methan.chemie.fu-berlin.de!heinau (Vera Heinau) mist.cs.orst.edu!casspe mtsg.ubc.ca!Ian_Okabe neit.cgd.ucar.edu!gary (Gary Strand) neumann.squibb.com!shaginaw nssdcb.gsfc.nasa.gov!CORPREW (Frank) nsslsun.gcn.uoknor.edu!hbrooks (Harold Brooks) nsslsun.gcn.uoknor.edu!sienkiew (Meta Sienkiewicz) nsslsun.gcn.uoknor.edu!witt (Arthur Witt) olympic.atmos.colostate.edu!dbx (Doug Burks) osiris.css.gov!stevem (Steve Masters) pangea.stanford.edu!gwyn (Gwyneth Williams) pangea.stanford.edu!williams (Tom Williams) polyslo.calpoly.edu!ctuel (Cliff Tuel) sandelman.ocunix.on.ca!mag (Michael Gifford) solbourne.com!kucharsk (William Kucharski) solstice.atmos.colostate.edu!hein (Paul Hein) space.ualberta.ca!manuel spot.colorado.edu!marlatt (MARLATT STUART WARREN) ssl.berkeley.edu!marchant (Will Marchant) sun4.jhuapl.edu!jwm (James W. Meritt) sun.com!cloudy!jf (Jerry Farrell) tom <[email protected]> triton.unm.edu!sorrell typhoon.atmos.colostate.edu!thorson (Bill Thorson) ubvmsc.cc.buffalo.edu!V262XXVE unidata.ucar.edu!ben (Ben Domenico) unidata.ucar.edu!fulker (Dave Fulker) unidata.ucar.edu!green (Bob Green) unidata.ucar.edu!mitch unidata.ucar.edu!russ unidata.ucar.edu!steve (Steve Emmerson) uunet!decwrl!nsc!berlioz.nsc.com!alan (Alan Hepburn) uunet!decwrl!teda!dll (Dan Liddell) uunet!genrad.com!rob (Robert S. Wood) uunet!jtsv16.jts.com!clive (Clive Beddall ) uunet!rose3.Rosemount.COM!bill (William M. Hawkins) uunet.uu.net!xanadu!thelema!STella uu.psi.com!trie!bwolf (Brian R. Wolf) world.std.com!spike (Joe Ilacqua) wuphys.wustl.edu!mrk (Mark R. Kaufmann) zorch.sf-bay.org!xanthian (Kent Paul Dolan) --  Jason J. Levit       Tornado Chaser Extraordinaire       [email protected]   Boing...boing...boing...boing...listen to all that bouncing mail out there! 	     A good planet is hard to find; let's save this one!  From [email protected] Wed Apr  5 19:21:52 1995 Xref: rpi news.announce.newgroups:956 news.groups:23161 sci.geo.fluids:297 sci.geo.geology:188 sci.physics:13018 sci.math:11447 sci.environment:10188 talk.environment:2472 sci.energy:4344 sci.aeronautics:2074 sci.space:20433 sci.astro:9220 sci.misc:2154 sci.research:1141 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.geo.fluids,sci.geo.geology,sci.physics,sci.math,sci.environment,talk.environment,sci.energy,sci.aeronautics,sci.space,sci.astro,sci.misc,sci.research Path: rpi!tale From: Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> Subject: CFV:  sci.geo.meteorology Followup-To: poster Sender: [email protected] Nntp-Posting-Host: cs.rpi.edu Date: 18 Mar 91 03:46:02 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 57  After some dicussion and many people urging me to put this to a vote, I hereby call for the vote on the newsgroup sci.geo.meteorology. Once again, here is the charter:  NAME: sci.geo.meteorology  CHARTER: Discussion of meteorology and related topics.  MODERATION STATUS: Unmoderated  PURPOSE AND JUSTIFICATION: Our lives are effected daily by the weather.  However, this is not new news.  In the past few years, meteorology has fast become a cutting-edge science.  Scientists are now optimizing the way forecasts are made; supercomputers are studying chaos theory and its relation to the atmosphere; fascinating research is taking place on severe weather and tornados, with research on new types of radar; microbursts and wind shear are being studied heavily; of course global warming, hurricane research, lightning...the list goes on and on.  I believe interesting discussion could take place in this newsgroup. It would be a benefit to professionals in the field, students, and the general public by the exchange of information on the various topics of the atmosphere.  *********************** VOTING PROCEDURE ****************************  Please vote in this format:  If you wish to vote yes, send a message to: [email protected], with a "I vote YES" in the subject line and a "I vote YES for sci.geo.meteorology." in the contents of the letter.  If you wish to vote no, send a message to: [email protected], with a "I vote NO" in the subject line and a "I vote NO for sci.geo.meteorology" in the contents of the letter.  Any other messages that clearly state a vote for one way or the other will be counted.  Any comments or questions can be sent to me, Jason J. Levit, [email protected]  The voting period will last from March 18th, 1991 through April 13th, 1991 (27 days).  Any votes received before or after this period will not be counted.  As always, this group must receive 100 more YES votes than NO votes and the YES votes must be 2/3 of the majority.  I will have at least one mass acknowledgement during the voting period.  --  Jason J. Levit       Tornado Chaser Extraordinaire       [email protected]   Boing...boing...boing...boing...listen to all that bouncing mail out there! 	     A good planet is hard to find; let's save this one!  From [email protected] Wed Apr  5 19:35:33 1995 Xref: rpi news.announce.newgroups:987 news.groups:23572 sci.geo.fluids:308 sci.geo.geology:226 sci.physics:13205 sci.math:11670 sci.environment:10228 talk.environment:2526 sci.energy:4385 sci.aeronautics:2089 sci.space:20656 sci.astro:9364 sci.misc:2161 sci.research:1153 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.geo.fluids,sci.geo.geology,sci.physics,sci.math,sci.environment,talk.environment,sci.energy,sci.aeronautics,sci.space,sci.astro,sci.misc,sci.research Path: rpi!bounce-back From: Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> Subject: 2nd CFV:  sci.geo.meteorology Followup-To: poster Sender: [email protected] Nntp-Posting-Host: cs.rpi.edu Date: 26 Mar 91 02:05:17 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 57  After some dicussion and many people urging me to put this to a vote, I hereby call for the vote on the newsgroup sci.geo.meteorology. Once again, here is the charter:  NAME: sci.geo.meteorology  CHARTER: Discussion of meteorology and related topics.  MODERATION STATUS: Unmoderated  PURPOSE AND JUSTIFICATION: Our lives are effected daily by the weather.  However, this is not new news.  In the past few years, meteorology has fast become a cutting-edge science.  Scientists are now optimizing the way forecasts are made; supercomputers are studying chaos theory and its relation to the atmosphere; fascinating research is taking place on severe weather and tornados, with research on new types of radar; microbursts and wind shear are being studied heavily; of course global warming, hurricane research, lightning...the list goes on and on.  I believe interesting discussion could take place in this newsgroup. It would be a benefit to professionals in the field, students, and the general public by the exchange of information on the various topics of the atmosphere.  *********************** VOTING PROCEDURE ****************************  Please vote in this format:  If you wish to vote yes, send a message to: [email protected], with a "I vote YES" in the subject line and a "I vote YES for sci.geo.meteorology." in the contents of the letter.  If you wish to vote no, send a message to: [email protected], with a "I vote NO" in the subject line and a "I vote NO for sci.geo.meteorology" in the contents of the letter.  Any other messages that clearly state a vote for one way or the other will be counted.  Any comments or questions can be sent to me, Jason J. Levit, [email protected]  The voting period will last from March 18th, 1991 through April 13th, 1991 (27 days).  Any votes received before or after this period will not be counted.  As always, this group must receive 100 more YES votes than NO votes and the YES votes must be 2/3 of the majority.  I will have at least one mass acknowledgement during the voting period.  --  Jason J. Levit       Tornado Chaser Extraordinaire       [email protected]   Boing...boing...boing...boing...listen to all that bouncing mail out there! 	     A good planet is hard to find; let's save this one!  From [email protected] Mon Sep 11 16:15:31 1995 Xref: rpi news.announce.newgroups:1054 news.groups:24741 sci.geo.fluids:342 sci.geo.geology:321 sci.physics:13577 sci.math:12379 sci.environment:10390 talk.environment:2664 sci.energy:4471 sci.aeronautics:2153 sci.space:21312 sci.astro:9777 sci.misc:2190 sci.research:1203 Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.geo.fluids,sci.geo.geology,sci.physics,sci.math,sci.environment,talk.environment,sci.energy,sci.aeronautics,sci.space,sci.astro,sci.misc,sci.research Path: rpi!bounce-back From: Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> Subject: RESULT:  sci.geo.meteorology passes 178: 17 Followup-To: news.groups Sender: [email protected] Nntp-Posting-Host: cs.rpi.edu Date: 16 Apr 91 06:34:10 GMT Approved: [email protected] Lines: 259 Status: O X-Status:                 VOTING RESULT:  SCI.GEO.METEOROLOGY PASSES  The new newsgroup sci.geo.meteorology has passed by an overwhelming amount.  The official count was:  178 YES  17  NO  By usenet newsgroup creation guidelines, a group must have 100 more YES votes than NO votes, and the YES votes must have 2/3 of the majority (66.6%).  Sci.geo.meteorology had 161 more YES votes than NO votes, and the YES votes had 91% of the majority.  Therefore, sci.geo.meteorology passes.  Despite the mailing problems we had with a server for our domain, I think that everyone who wanted to vote, did vote.  Sci.geo.meteorology doesn't seem to have a lot of opposition, as seen clearly by the votes counted.  So the green light is on for some awesome weather discussion!  As always, there is a 5 day waiting period to clear up any problems with the voting.  If I don't receive any mail regarding problems with the voting by April 21, 1991, the newsgroup gets created.  Any mail can be sent to me, Jason J. Levit, at this address:  [email protected] (or uunet!tellab5!vpnet!vortex)  Thanks to all who participated in the voting, and get your ideas ready for discussion!  The charter and vote acknowledgement follow:  NAME: sci.geo.meteorology  CHARTER: Discussion of meteorology and related topics.  MODERATION STATUS: Unmoderated  PURPOSE AND JUSTIFICATION: Our lives are effected daily by the weather.  However, this is not new news.  In the past few years, meteorology has fast become a cutting-edge science.  Scientists are now optimizing the way forecasts are made; supercomputers are studying chaos theory and its relation to the atmosphere; fascinating research is taking place on severe weather and tornados, with research on new types of radar; microbursts and wind shear are being studied heavily; of course global warming, hurricane research, lightning...the list goes on and on.  I believe interesting discussion could take place in this newsgroup. It would be a benefit to professionals in the field, students, and the general public by the exchange of information on the various topics of the atmosphere.  Vote acknowledgement:    YES voters:  Alan Caldera  Allister J. Gorman  Asher Green  "Barbara J. Kratz"  Ben Mesander <[email protected]> Ben R Oppenheimer  Bill Jones  "Bill Rea, University of Canterbury, New Zealand" Bill Wisner  "Bob Johnson"  Bret Jolly  Brian Roberts  CTI Centre for Geography  Chris Mackerell  Chris Maksymiak  Christopher Bryden  Claire M Cosgrove  Cyrus Jones  Dan Tomlinson  Dave Walker  David Hansen  David J Low  "Dr. Gerrit Hoogenboom"  Ed Hall  Fareed Asad-Harooni  Franz Holawe  "Geert K. Marien"  Geoff Peck  Gerry Swetsky <[email protected]> Great Scott  Hans Morten Kind  Iming Aron  Jade Walker  Jason J. Levit <[email protected]> "Jeffrey J. Nucciarone"  Jim Angel  "Jim Kerlin -- Penn State Univ"  Jim Teresco  (Jin-chung Hsu)  "John A. Palkovic"  John Cortinas  Karl Stapelfeldt  Kenneth Ingham  Kermit Carlson  Lance Andrewes  Lex Wolters  Lisa Corsetti  "MARTSOLF, J DAVID"  Marc Michelsen  "Mark J. Laufersweiler"  "Mark.Cote"  Megan McKay  Michael W Mandziuk  "Michal W. Cenkl"  Mike Richman  Mitchell E. Gold  Mohib.N.Durrani  Paul Jerkatis <[email protected]> Peter L Jackson  Peter Soule'  "Psi(cb ch.25)"   Randy Peppler  Rick Ellis  Robert Burr MSEE PhD  Ron McCoy - Yale Security  Ron Winograd <[email protected]> Ruth Lieberman  "S.K. Whiteman"  "TOM SALEM"  William  Yair Goldreich  aeolus.gsfc.nasa.gov!newman (P.A. Newman) aic.gmu.edu!kaufman (Ken Kaufman) alice.att.com!jj allspice.Berkeley.EDU!elm (ethan miller) alzabo.ocunix.on.ca!kebera (Krishna E. Bera) amix.commodore.com!undrground!bryanh (Bryan Harpel) amix.commodore.com!undrground!seanp (Sean Petty) amos shapir  ariel.unm.edu!john%unmfys.unm.edu (John Prentice) [email protected]  < gvlf8.gvl.unisys.com!davef holmes.acc.virginia.edu!jph2u (John Hannon) iastate.edu!bible ihlpl.att.com!pauln (Paul H Nelson) iwtgo.att.com!jld1 (Jeffrey L David) jle%atmos.dar.csiro.au jupiter.ino.ucar.edu!val (Val Anantharaj) kelvin.seas.virginia.edu!jph2u (John P. Hannon) kiwi.atmos.colostate.edu!kelley (Kelley Wittmeyer) loki.atmos.colostate.edu!johnk (John Kleist) madlab.sprl.umich.edu!samson (Perry Samson) magnum.convex.com!piziali (Andrew J. Piziali) math.berkeley.edu!william (W. E. 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Meritt) sun.com!cloudy!jf (Jerry Farrell) think.com!sharakan (Eric Sharakan) tom <[email protected]> triton.unm.edu!sorrell typhoon.atmos.colostate.edu!thorson (Bill Thorson) ubvmsc.cc.buffalo.edu!V262XXVE ucsd.edu!mwarren (Mark S. Warren) unidata.ucar.edu!ben (Ben Domenico) unidata.ucar.edu!fulker (Dave Fulker) unidata.ucar.edu!green (Bob Green) unidata.ucar.edu!mitch unidata.ucar.edu!russ uunet!decwrl!alberta!access!stanley (Stanley Varnhagen) uunet!decwrl!nsc!berlioz.nsc.com!alan (Alan Hepburn) uunet!decwrl!teda!dll (Dan Liddell) uunet!dsg4.dse.beckman.com!a_rubin uunet!jtsv16.jts.com!clive (Clive Beddall ) uunet!juts.ccc.amdahl.com!ked01 (Kim DeVaughn) uunet!mstr.hgc.edu!rhb (Roger H. Brown) uunet!rose3.Rosemount.COM!bill (William M. Hawkins) uunet!ucsd!network.UCSD.EDU!slamont (Steve Lamont) uunet.uu.net!microsoft!jonm uunet.uu.net!xanadu!thelema!STella uu.psi.com!trie!bwolf (Brian R. Wolf) world.std.com!spike (Joe Ilacqua) wuphys.wustl.edu!mrk (Mark R. Kaufmann) zorch.sf-bay.org!xanthian (Kent Paul Dolan)    NO voters:  Dave Pierce  JERRY MILLER  Jim Roche  Robert Craig Harman  Timothy VanFosson  ads.com!charleen (Charleen Bunjiovianna Stoner) amd.com!cdr (Carl Rigney) chinacat.unicom.com!chip (Chip Rosenthal) ecn.purdue.edu!supple (Murray R Supple) elroy.jpl.nasa.gov!david (David Robinson) elsie.nci.nih.gov!ado (Arthur David Olson) hsi86.hsi.com!schaller (Dave V. Schaller) [email protected] (Karl Denninger) polyslo.calpoly.edu!ctuel (Cliff Tuel) spot.colorado.edu!marlatt (MARLATT STUART WARREN) unidata.ucar.edu!steve (Steve Emmerson) uunet!genrad.com!rob (Robert S. Wood) --  Jason J. Levit       Tornado Chaser Extraordinaire       [email protected]   Boing...boing...boing...boing...listen to all that bouncing mail out there! 	     A good planet is hard to find; let's save this one!  
 
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