Re: evolution / creation debates and netiquette
Sat, 4 Feb 1995 22:34:12 GMT
In article <Pine.SOL.3.91.950131211021.22383Efirstname.lastname@example.org> Jerry Christopher Drake <email@example.com> writes:
>From: Jerry Christopher Drake <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: evolution / creation debates and netiquette
>Date: Tue, 31 Jan 1995 21:10:54 -0600
>On Tue, 31 Jan 1995, Rod Hagen wrote:
>> There is a whole news conference specifically set up for evolution /
>> creation debates - talk.origins. Could people wanting to pursue such
>> matters please send their postings there without cross posts to this
>> conference? It only creates aggravation in sci.anthropology and alienates
>> the people you are trying to convince.
>> (much the same could be said of "aquatic ape" discussion -
>> sci.anthropology.paleo is a better place to send it to - most of the
>> participants are more likely to read it there, including the principal
>> advocate of the theory - Elaine Morgan)
>> Many thanks in anticipation
>> Rod Hagen
You don't realize that it is the duty of Christians to make you listen to
them. They're are obeying a "higher" law. The best thing to do when
someone posts something that has nothing to do with anthropology as a
science is to quietly and politely refuse to participate in the discussion
(proper netiquette) or to enjoy reading about and/or ridiculing the "logic"
of creation (not proper netiquette, but sometimes fun).