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Re: This Message Board is closing...

... I hope everyone does move, at least to give it a try. As far as I can tell, there are only 9 people in this group who are not also members of the
William C. Garthright
Nov 13, 2010
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Re: This Message Board is closing...

I didn't think to mention it, but I can't move your membership. So if you want to stay a part of the discussion you have to join the Classic Science Fiction
John Grayshaw
Nov 13, 2010
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This Message Board is closing...

After much thought I've decided to effective immediately combine this group with the Classic Science Fiction Message board (of which many of you are already
graysh07
Nov 13, 2010
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Re: Darwin's Radio

... I'm willing to accept that, Chris, since I really know nothing about it. Heh, heh. However, there are two considerations here. First, the infant death rate
William C. Garthright
Nov 11, 2010
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Re: This week's Short Fiction "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate

I read this one recently as part of a 'Best SF' collection which I'm reviewing in batches on my blog at the moment. This is what I said about it: "A merchant
Tony Williams
Nov 11, 2010
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Re: Darwin's Radio

Sorry, but I have to comment on Bill's answers In a message dated 11/10/2010 8:00:53 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, billg@... writes: I'm a little
derhexer@...
Nov 10, 2010
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Re: This week's Short Fiction "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate

... I know just how you feel, it happens to me with stories all the time too. ... I know you are talking about Nebula and Hugo voters, but here I feel like the
graysh07
Nov 10, 2010
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Re: This week's Short Fiction "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate

... I'd pretty well forgotten about it, John. I kept thinking we were still reading "Beachworld" (we didn't seem to get many comments on that one). Thanks for
William C. Garthright
Nov 10, 2010
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Re: Darwin's Radio

... I'm a little behind in my emails, but I wanted to comment on this. Such traits would spread through the population only if they were a survival advantage -
William C. Garthright
Nov 10, 2010
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Re: This week's Short Fiction "The Merchant and the Alchemist's Gate

I know the story is being upstaged by the discussion of the Board's future, but has anyone else read this week's short story. I just read it today and I was
graysh07
Nov 9, 2010
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Re: Can this Group be more?

I second Michael. Without the emphasis. :-) ... I must admit I don't have the time to read, or even find, the books each month, but reading everyone's comments
Simon V
Nov 8, 2010
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Re: [Scifi] Next Meeting of the Science Fiction Club, Thursday, Nove

hey all, I am pasting Evans message here. Hope to see you all here. Its fun. the book so far is great, I'm almost at the end. Take care. Hello Folks, We had a
Lelia Struve
Nov 8, 2010
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Re: Darwin's Radio

But it was pretty obvious they were different species. But what if modern humans evolve into two different species but you can’t easily visually tell them
James Wallace Harris (jharris)
Nov 8, 2010
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Re: Darwin's Radio

First, Scientific American had an article recently about how humans continue to evolve. We know that at one time humans, Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal
derhexer@...
Nov 7, 2010
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Re: Darwin's Radio

I've always wondered if homo sapiens today are much different from homo sapiens from 200,000 years ago. Hasn't the whole species improved over time. Our
James Wallace Harris (jharris)
Nov 7, 2010
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