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From [email protected] Tue Oct 26 17:05:17 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: [email protected] (Danny Yee) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.anthropology,talk.origins,sci.bio,bionet.molbio.evolution,bionet.population-bio,sci.lang Subject: RFD: sci.anthropology.paleo Followup-To: news.groups Date: 26 Oct 1993 15:23:13 -0400 Organization: orthanc.cs.su.oz.au Lines: 86 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4200 news.groups:85864 sci.anthropology:4144 talk.origins:60120 sci.bio:14891 bionet.molbio.evolution:1269 bionet.population-bio:629 sci.lang:24634                       Request for Discussion                creation of the unmoderated newsgroup                **     sci.anthropology.paleo     **  Proposed Charter ----------------  sci.anthropology.paleo is for the discussion of the evolution of the  genus Homo.  Some of the topics likely to be covered include:  * primatology (primate social interactions, comparative morphology, ape 	languages, etc.)  * palaeoanthropology (discussion of new fossil finds, etc.)  * origins of human language and cognition  * origins of distinctive human morphological features (bipedalism, big brain, 	hairlessness, etc.)  * genetic variation in homo sapiens (e.g. mitochondrial DNA studies)  etc.  --  Some subjects recently debated that would find a place in sci.anthropology.paleo:  * The "African Eve" vs multi-regionalism debate  * The Aquatic Ape theory  --  The following are explicitly NOT intended for discussion in  sci.anthropology.paleo:  * religious issues (e.g. Creationism)  	the proper forum for these is talk.origins.  * general biological topics without particular relevance to Homo sapiens  	sci.bio, sci.bio.ecology, the bionet hierarchy or (potentially) 	sci.bio.evolution are the appropriate places for these.  * non-biological forms of evolution (eg memetics, linguistic evolution) 	these may later acquire a newsgroup of their own but it is  	expected that sci.anthropology, sci.lang and alt.memetics should  	suffice for the moment.  It is however envisaged that posts will sometimes be shared with other newsgroups, among them 	sci.bio 	sci.bio.evolution (if created) 	talk.origins 	sci.anthropology 	bionet.molbio.evolution  Motivation ----------  The evolution of the human species is naturally something of considerable interest to a large number of people.  At the moment the quite frequent threads on this topic are split somewhat clumsily between sci.bio, sci.anthropology and talk.origins, as well as several other newsgroups.  All three of these groups are fairly high volume, and are certainly viable without this material; it is also expected that they would share crossposts to sci.anthropology.paleo where appropriate.  It seems likely that there are many people who are interested in human evolution but are not particularly interested in natural history,  creationist controversy or social anthropology.  (These are examples of  topics which make up a fair fraction of the volume in the three newsgroups  mentioned.)  Other -----  Discussion of sci.anthropology.paleo will take place in news.groups.   Unless any problems are raised the Call for Votes will be sent out on  the 18th of November.  Any volunteers to do the vote counting would be  welcome.  Danny Yee ([email protected]).  From [email protected] Sat Nov 27 00:12:33 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: [email protected] (Jan Isley) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.anthropology,sci.bio,sci.bio.ecology,sci.cognitive,sci.lang,talk.origins,bionet.molbio.evolution Subject: CFV: sci.anthropology.paleo Followup-To: poster Date: 24 Nov 1993 14:27:36 -0500 Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers Lines: 204 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Expires: 16 Dec 1993 00:00:00 GMT Message-ID: <[email protected]> References: <[email protected]> Reply-To: [email protected] (Jan Isley) NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4316 news.groups:88622 sci.anthropology:4876 sci.bio:16122 sci.bio.ecology:1975 sci.cognitive:2681 sci.lang:24961 talk.origins:62916 bionet.molbio.evolution:1309                   FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)  This is the first of two Call For Votes (CFV) regarding the proposed creation of a new newsgroup.  Please read the proposal before voting. Detailed instructions for voting are given below.  Unmoderated group sci.anthropology.paleo  Newsgroups line: sci.anthropology.paleo	Evolution of man and other primates.  Votes must be received by 23:59:59 GMT, 15 December 1993.  This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  All questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems should be mailed to Jan Isley <[email protected]>.  Votes should be mailed to [email protected]  All questions regarding the proposed new group should be mailed to the proposer, Danny Yee <[email protected]>  This CFV will be posted to the following mailing lists:    [email protected]   [email protected]   CHARTER  sci.anthropology.paleo is for the discussion of the evolution of the  genus Homo, and more generally of the primates.  Some of the topics  likely to be covered include:  * primatology (primate social interactions, comparative morphology, ape 	languages, etc.)  * paleoanthropology "proper" (discussion of new fossil finds, etc.)  * the origins of human language and cognition  * the origins of distinctive human morphological features (bipedalism,  	big brain, hairlessness, etc.)  * biological and genetic variation in Homo sapiens relevant to our evolution 	(e.g. mitochondrial DNA studies)  * sociobiological arguments that rely on evolutionary considerations.  --  Some subjects recently debated that would find a place in  sci.anthropology.paleo:  * The "African Eve" vs multi-regionalism debate  * The Aquatic Ape  Boundaries ----------  Often it is easier to define something by explaining what it isn't, or by looking at its boundaries with similar entities.  An example of this >from biology is the Biological Species Concept, where species are defined in terms of the mechanisms separating them from other species (Ernst Mayr, 1969b); in anthropology the nature of the boundaries between different groups are often critical to their self-identification (see Frederik Barth, _Ethnic Groups and Boundaries_, 1969).  So in order to explain what belongs in sci.anthropology.paleo a discussion of the boundaries with the "neighbouring" newsgroups may help.    *** sci.bio.evolution (if created), sci.bio, bionet.molbio.evolution  Discussions particular to human or primate evolution belong in sci.anthropology.paleo; those on general evolutionary principles and on the specific evolutionary histories of other taxa in sci.bio.evolution. There is some overlap in the application of general theories, methods and models of evolutionary biology to the primates in particular.  There are also significant overlaps with sci.bio and bionet.molbio, and some crossposting is expected there.    Some sample questions that would make appropriate crossposts are:   * Is there evidence for punctuated equilibrium in human evolution? (sci.bio.evolution)   * What are the physiological features of aquatic mammals that are shared by man? (sci.bio)   * How does the latest work on molecular clocks tie in with the dating of the Pan/Homo split?  (bionet.molbio.evolution)  *** sci.anthropology (with acknowledgements to Cameron Laird)  In general anything which refers directly to human evolution should be posted to sci.anthropology.paleo.  Some examples of questions which should be crossposted are:  * What material constraints (water, temperature, energy, protein, ...) limit traditional human cultures which exploit savannahs?  Should we expect the same to be true of australopithecines?  * Where can I find the best contemporary data which might speak to multi-regional origins of our species?  Has anyone updated [Smith 1991] on continuities in jaw anatomy between neanderthals and modern Europeans?  * The sizes of viable cultural communities recorded in HRAF seem to bottom out around several hundred.  Paleo-anthropologists most often talk about bands of at most two dozen hominids.  When did our ancestors start identifying with larger groups?    *** talk.origins  Discussion of religious issues belongs in talk.origins; it is not appropriate for sci.anthropology.paleo.  It is envisaged that there will be few crossposts between the two groups, and those that do occur will narrow followups to one of the groups.  Appropriate material for a crosspost might be a request for information on a scientific aspect of human evolution that happens to be important in the context of a debate in talk.origins.    *** sci.lang, alt.memetics  Discussion of non-biological (linguistic or cultural) evolution is not within the sci.anthropology.paleo charter.  Discussion of the relevance of ape language experiments to understanding of the origins of human language could appropriately be cross-posted between sci.lang and sci.anthropology.paleo.   *** sci.cognitive  Discussion of the origins of human cognitive abilities might be appropriately crossposted to sci.cognitive and sci.anthropology.paleo. An example would be the invocation of evolutionary arguments in _Consciousness Explained_ (Dennett 1991).    *** alt.alien.visitors, sci.skeptic  Claims of extraterrestrial involvement in human origins belong in these groups.  --  Please note, however, that the above are only guidelines.  Posters should use their own discretion, but they are encouraged to think about both the Newsgroups: and Followups-To: lines of their posts.  I can't imagine a sensible crosspost to sci.anthropology.paleo and comp.os.research, but I wouldn't want to rule out the possibility a priori.     MOTIVATION  The evolution of the human species is naturally something of considerable interest to a large number of people.  At the moment the quite frequent threads on this topic are split somewhat clumsily between sci.bio, sci.anthropology and talk.origins, as well as several other newsgroups.  All three of these groups are fairly high volume, and are certainly viable without this material; it is also expected that they would share crossposts to sci.anthropology.paleo where appropriate (see above).  It seems likely that there are many people who are interested in human evolution but are not particularly interested in natural history,  creationist controversy or social anthropology.  (These are examples of  topics which make up a fair fraction of the volume in the three newsgroups    VOTING INSTRUCTIONS  Mail votes to: [email protected]  (R)eplying to this message should address your vote correctly if you are replying to this message in its originally posted form in a newsgroup or mailing list, and your news reader or mail user agent honors the Reply-To: header.  Posted votes or votes mailed to any other address do not count.  Your mail message should contain one and only one of the following statements:    I vote YES on sci.anthropology.paleo   I vote NO  on sci.anthropology.paleo  Do NOT include this entire post, PLEASE, just the one line vote.  Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program. Valid votes are YES, NO, ABSTAIN or CANCEL.  Case is not important. ABSTAIN votes do not affect the vote outcome.  If you change your mind, revote.  Only the last vote will count.  You should receive a personal acknowledgment of your vote by email within a few days.  Invalid votes and bounced acknowledgments will be identified in the second (the last) call for votes.  Addresses and votes of all voters will be published in the vote results.  If you wish to remove your vote and all indication that you have voted >from the final list, send a CANCEL vote.  Standard Guidelines for voting apply - one vote per person, etc... 100 more YES votes than NO votes and twice as many YES votes as NO votes are required for group creation.  For more information on the group creation process, read news.announce.newusers and news.groups. --  Jan Isley, the Knight who says ACK, can be reached at [email protected]  or  mathcs.emory.edu!bagend!jan  From [email protected] Mon Dec  6 17:25:37 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: [email protected] (Jan Isley) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.anthropology,sci.bio,sci.bio.ecology,sci.cognitive,sci.lang,talk.origins,bionet.molbio.evolution Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.anthropology.paleo Date: 2 Dec 1993 17:09:16 -0500 Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers Lines: 205 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Expires: 16 Dec 1993 00:00:00 GMT Message-ID: <[email protected]> References: <[email protected]> <[email protected]> Reply-To: [email protected] (Jan Isley) NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Supercedes: <[email protected]> Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4366 news.groups:89277 sci.anthropology:5066 sci.bio:16261 sci.bio.ecology:2140 sci.cognitive:2715 sci.lang:25062 talk.origins:64190 bionet.molbio.evolution:1320                   LAST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2)  This is the last of two Call For Votes (CFV) regarding the proposed creation of a new newsgroup.  Please read the proposal before voting. Detailed instructions for voting are given below.  Unmoderated group sci.anthropology.paleo  Newsgroups line: sci.anthropology.paleo	Evolution of man and other primates.  Votes must be received by 23:59:59 GMT, 15 December 1993.  This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party.  All questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems should be mailed to Jan Isley <[email protected]>.  Votes should be mailed to [email protected]  All questions regarding the proposed new group should be mailed to the proposer, Danny Yee <[email protected]>  This CFV will be posted to the following mailing lists:    [email protected]   [email protected]  There are no bounced acks at this time.  CHARTER  sci.anthropology.paleo is for the discussion of the evolution of the  genus Homo, and more generally of the primates.  Some of the topics  likely to be covered include:  * primatology (primate social interactions, comparative morphology, ape 	languages, etc.)  * paleoanthropology "proper" (discussion of new fossil finds, etc.)  * the origins of human language and cognition  * the origins of distinctive human morphological features (bipedalism,  	big brain, hairlessness, etc.)  * biological and genetic variation in Homo sapiens relevant to our evolution 	(e.g. mitochondrial DNA studies)  * sociobiological arguments that rely on evolutionary considerations.  --  Some subjects recently debated that would find a place in  sci.anthropology.paleo:  * The "African Eve" vs multi-regionalism debate  * The Aquatic Ape  Boundaries ----------  Often it is easier to define something by explaining what it isn't, or by looking at its boundaries with similar entities.  An example of this >from biology is the Biological Species Concept, where species are defined in terms of the mechanisms separating them from other species (Ernst Mayr, 1969b); in anthropology the nature of the boundaries between different groups are often critical to their self-identification (see Frederik Barth, _Ethnic Groups and Boundaries_, 1969).  So in order to explain what belongs in sci.anthropology.paleo a discussion of the boundaries with the "neighbouring" newsgroups may help.    *** sci.bio.evolution (if created), sci.bio, bionet.molbio.evolution  Discussions particular to human or primate evolution belong in sci.anthropology.paleo; those on general evolutionary principles and on the specific evolutionary histories of other taxa in sci.bio.evolution. There is some overlap in the application of general theories, methods and models of evolutionary biology to the primates in particular.  There are also significant overlaps with sci.bio and bionet.molbio, and some crossposting is expected there.    Some sample questions that would make appropriate crossposts are:   * Is there evidence for punctuated equilibrium in human evolution? (sci.bio.evolution)   * What are the physiological features of aquatic mammals that are shared by man? (sci.bio)   * How does the latest work on molecular clocks tie in with the dating of the Pan/Homo split?  (bionet.molbio.evolution)  *** sci.anthropology (with acknowledgements to Cameron Laird)  In general anything which refers directly to human evolution should be posted to sci.anthropology.paleo.  Some examples of questions which should be crossposted are:  * What material constraints (water, temperature, energy, protein, ...) limit traditional human cultures which exploit savannahs?  Should we expect the same to be true of australopithecines?  * Where can I find the best contemporary data which might speak to multi-regional origins of our species?  Has anyone updated [Smith 1991] on continuities in jaw anatomy between neanderthals and modern Europeans?  * The sizes of viable cultural communities recorded in HRAF seem to bottom out around several hundred.  Paleo-anthropologists most often talk about bands of at most two dozen hominids.  When did our ancestors start identifying with larger groups?    *** talk.origins  Discussion of religious issues belongs in talk.origins; it is not appropriate for sci.anthropology.paleo.  It is envisaged that there will be few crossposts between the two groups, and those that do occur will narrow followups to one of the groups.  Appropriate material for a crosspost might be a request for information on a scientific aspect of human evolution that happens to be important in the context of a debate in talk.origins.    *** sci.lang, alt.memetics  Discussion of non-biological (linguistic or cultural) evolution is not within the sci.anthropology.paleo charter.  Discussion of the relevance of ape language experiments to understanding of the origins of human language could appropriately be cross-posted between sci.lang and sci.anthropology.paleo.   *** sci.cognitive  Discussion of the origins of human cognitive abilities might be appropriately crossposted to sci.cognitive and sci.anthropology.paleo. An example would be the invocation of evolutionary arguments in _Consciousness Explained_ (Dennett 1991).    *** alt.alien.visitors, sci.skeptic  Claims of extraterrestrial involvement in human origins belong in these groups.  --  Please note, however, that the above are only guidelines.  Posters should use their own discretion, but they are encouraged to think about both the Newsgroups: and Followups-To: lines of their posts.  I can't imagine a sensible crosspost to sci.anthropology.paleo and comp.os.research, but I wouldn't want to rule out the possibility a priori.     MOTIVATION  The evolution of the human species is naturally something of considerable interest to a large number of people.  At the moment the quite frequent threads on this topic are split somewhat clumsily between sci.bio, sci.anthropology and talk.origins, as well as several other newsgroups.  All three of these groups are fairly high volume, and are certainly viable without this material; it is also expected that they would share crossposts to sci.anthropology.paleo where appropriate (see above).  It seems likely that there are many people who are interested in human evolution but are not particularly interested in natural history,  creationist controversy or social anthropology.  (These are examples of  topics which make up a fair fraction of the volume in the three newsgroups    VOTING INSTRUCTIONS  Mail votes to: [email protected]  (R)eplying to this message should address your vote correctly if you are replying to this message in its originally posted form in a newsgroup or mailing list, and your news reader or mail user agent honors the Reply-To: header.  Posted votes or votes mailed to any other address do not count.  Your mail message should contain one and only one of the following statements:    I vote YES on sci.anthropology.paleo   I vote NO  on sci.anthropology.paleo  Do NOT include this entire post, PLEASE, just the one line vote.  Anything else may be rejected by the automatic vote counting program. Valid votes are YES, NO, ABSTAIN or CANCEL.  Case is not important. ABSTAIN votes do not affect the vote outcome.  If you change your mind, revote.  Only the last vote will count.  You should receive a personal acknowledgment of your vote by email within a few days.  Invalid votes and bounced acknowledgments will be identified in the second (the last) call for votes.  Addresses and votes of all voters will be published in the vote results.  If you wish to remove your vote and all indication that you have voted >from the final list, send a CANCEL vote.  Standard Guidelines for voting apply - one vote per person, etc... 100 more YES votes than NO votes and twice as many YES votes as NO votes are required for group creation.  For more information on the group creation process, read news.announce.newusers and news.groups. --  Jan Isley, the Knight who says ACK, can be reached at [email protected]  or  mathcs.emory.edu!bagend!jan  From [email protected] (RonDippold) Wed Jan 12 20:20:44 1994 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: [email protected] (Ron "Asbestos" Dippold) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.anthropology,sci.bio,sci.bio.ecology,sci.cognitive,sci.lang,talk.origins,bionet.molbio.evolution Subject: RESULT: sci.anthropology.paleo passes 164:11 Followup-To: news.groups Date: 9 Jan 1994 22:56:18 -0500 Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers Lines: 346 Sender: [email protected] Approved: [email protected] Message-ID: <[email protected]> References: <[email protected]> <[email protected]> <[email protected]> NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Supercedes: <[email protected]> Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4464 news.groups:91619 sci.anthropology:6063 sci.bio:16669 sci.bio.ecology:2656 sci.cognitive:2852 sci.lang:25605 talk.origins:67784 bionet.molbio.evolution:1383  	unmoderated group sci.anthropology.paleo passes 164:11  There were 164 YES votes and 11 NO votes, for a total of 175 valid votes.  There was 1 abstain and 3 invalid ballots.  For group passage, YES votes must be at least 2/3 of all valid (YES and NO) votes.  There also must be at least 100 more YES votes than NO votes.  There is a five day discussion period after these results are posted. If no serious allegations of voting irregularities are raised, the moderator of news.announce.newgroups will create the group shortly thereafter.   Newsgroups line: sci.anthropology.paleo	Evolution of man and other primates.  This vote was conducted by a neutral third party.  All questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems should be mailed to Jan Isley <[email protected]>.  Jan has had some problems on his end with getting the results out.  He sent me the raw results files and I've created this results posting.  All questions regarding the proposed new group should be mailed to the proposer, Danny Yee <[email protected]>   CHARTER  sci.anthropology.paleo is for the discussion of the evolution of the  genus Homo, and more generally of the primates.  Some of the topics  likely to be covered include:  * primatology (primate social interactions, comparative morphology, ape 	languages, etc.)  * paleoanthropology "proper" (discussion of new fossil finds, etc.)  * the origins of human language and cognition  * the origins of distinctive human morphological features (bipedalism,  	big brain, hairlessness, etc.)  * biological and genetic variation in Homo sapiens relevant to our evolution 	(e.g. mitochondrial DNA studies)  * sociobiological arguments that rely on evolutionary considerations.  --  Some subjects recently debated that would find a place in  sci.anthropology.paleo:  * The "African Eve" vs multi-regionalism debate  * The Aquatic Ape  Boundaries ----------  Often it is easier to define something by explaining what it isn't, or by looking at its boundaries with similar entities.  An example of this >from biology is the Biological Species Concept, where species are defined in terms of the mechanisms separating them from other species (Ernst Mayr, 1969b); in anthropology the nature of the boundaries between different groups are often critical to their self-identification (see Frederik Barth, _Ethnic Groups and Boundaries_, 1969).  So in order to explain what belongs in sci.anthropology.paleo a discussion of the boundaries with the "neighbouring" newsgroups may help.    *** sci.bio.evolution (if created), sci.bio, bionet.molbio.evolution  Discussions particular to human or primate evolution belong in sci.anthropology.paleo; those on general evolutionary principles and on the specific evolutionary histories of other taxa in sci.bio.evolution. There is some overlap in the application of general theories, methods and models of evolutionary biology to the primates in particular.  There are also significant overlaps with sci.bio and bionet.molbio, and some crossposting is expected there.    Some sample questions that would make appropriate crossposts are:   * Is there evidence for punctuated equilibrium in human evolution? (sci.bio.evolution)   * What are the physiological features of aquatic mammals that are shared by man? (sci.bio)   * How does the latest work on molecular clocks tie in with the dating of the Pan/Homo split?  (bionet.molbio.evolution)  *** sci.anthropology (with acknowledgements to Cameron Laird)  In general anything which refers directly to human evolution should be posted to sci.anthropology.paleo.  Some examples of questions which should be crossposted are:  * What material constraints (water, temperature, energy, protein, ...) limit traditional human cultures which exploit savannahs?  Should we expect the same to be true of australopithecines?  * Where can I find the best contemporary data which might speak to multi-regional origins of our species?  Has anyone updated [Smith 1991] on continuities in jaw anatomy between neanderthals and modern Europeans?  * The sizes of viable cultural communities recorded in HRAF seem to bottom out around several hundred.  Paleo-anthropologists most often talk about bands of at most two dozen hominids.  When did our ancestors start identifying with larger groups?    *** talk.origins  Discussion of religious issues belongs in talk.origins; it is not appropriate for sci.anthropology.paleo.  It is envisaged that there will be few crossposts between the two groups, and those that do occur will narrow followups to one of the groups.  Appropriate material for a crosspost might be a request for information on a scientific aspect of human evolution that happens to be important in the context of a debate in talk.origins.    *** sci.lang, alt.memetics  Discussion of non-biological (linguistic or cultural) evolution is not within the sci.anthropology.paleo charter.  Discussion of the relevance of ape language experiments to understanding of the origins of human language could appropriately be cross-posted between sci.lang and sci.anthropology.paleo.   *** sci.cognitive  Discussion of the origins of human cognitive abilities might be appropriately crossposted to sci.cognitive and sci.anthropology.paleo. An example would be the invocation of evolutionary arguments in _Consciousness Explained_ (Dennett 1991).    *** alt.alien.visitors, sci.skeptic  Claims of extraterrestrial involvement in human origins belong in these groups.  --  Please note, however, that the above are only guidelines.  Posters should use their own discretion, but they are encouraged to think about both the Newsgroups: and Followups-To: lines of their posts.  I can't imagine a sensible crosspost to sci.anthropology.paleo and comp.os.research, but I wouldn't want to rule out the possibility a priori.     unmoderated group sci.anthropology.paleo Final Vote Ack  Voted Yes ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ [email protected]                                       Robert Brooks [email protected]                                            Steve Sansom [email protected]                                            James Innes [email protected]                                                  Douglas Adams [email protected]                         Jeremy Creighton Ahouse [email protected]                                            John Alroy [email protected]                                            Michael Alvard [email protected]                                                         Ant [email protected]                                            Randy Skelton [email protected]                                            Tom Baffico [email protected]                                           Bobby Martin [email protected]                                         Bruce d. Scott [email protected]                                    Benjamin Franz [email protected]                                                                   [email protected]                                                 Curtis Best [email protected]                                                Noel T. Boaz [email protected]                                                 Carter Booth [email protected]                                  David Bromage [email protected]                                                        Bud Hovell [email protected]                                     Aliza R. Panitz [email protected]                                          Allen Gathman [email protected]                                          Camilla Cracchiolo [email protected]                                       David L. Carlson [email protected]                              Cassio van den Berg [email protected]                                         Leslie Chan [email protected]                                                 I. Iguanama [email protected]                                            Herve Choplin [email protected]                                             Chris Heiny [email protected]                                    Chua Hak Lien [email protected]                                           CHILE GURU [email protected]                                         Cameron Laird [email protected]                               Patrick Clancey [email protected]                                     Chris Nedin [email protected]                                               Chris Colby [email protected]                                             J.A.Dennison [email protected]                                             Nuzhet DALFES [email protected]                                            Danny Yee [email protected]                                                 Bill Davidsen [email protected]                                    Derek Berliner [email protected]                                 Scott C DeLancey [email protected]                                           David Houston [email protected]                                                    David Padwa [email protected]                                                     Dan Murphy [email protected]                                              Paul C. Dolber [email protected]                                   Dominique Bachelet [email protected]                                                 Marc M. Donovan [email protected]                                     Rebecca Drayer [email protected]                                           Brian Duston [email protected]                                      Evan Engwall [email protected]                                                       erika [email protected]                                    Fearghas McKay [email protected]                                       Scott Federhen [email protected]                                           David Finley [email protected]                                           Steven Fisher [email protected]                                         Karen Rosenberg [email protected]                                Gregory C Franklin [email protected]                       Laust Frederiksen [email protected]                                   Anouk Behara [email protected]                                         Geoff Arnold [email protected]                                         Geoffrey Miller [email protected]                                                 Gerold Firl [email protected]                                                   Gil Neiger [email protected]                                                     Gail R. 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