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Old 11-15-2003, 12:40 AM
Huping Hu
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Hi Everyone Here:

I hope that I'm not intruding too much to post the following Press
Release, since I believe some members of this discussion group may be
interested in SCIENCA.COM.

Press Release:

To address the needs of many creative individuals in science,
medicine and technology who want open-review and open-access (OROA)
for their scientific work products, Science Archive Institute,
A division of QuantumDream, Inc., has commenced operation of its
flagship science archive/portal, SCIENCA.COM.

To ensure every road leads to "Rome," SCIENCA can be reached through
a dozen related domain names such as scienca.com/org,
sciencearchive.org, scienceportal.org, physicsarchive.com/org,
mathematicsarchive.com/org, biologyarchive.com/org,
chemistryarchive.com/org, medicinearchive.com/org and
technologyarchive.com/org.

SCIENCA will also archive scientific work products which have been
ignored, oppressed or rejected by the traditional publishing media,
since SCIENCA believes that through the process of OROA good
scientific ideas/results will survive but bad ones will simply "die"
similar to what happens under Darwin's theory of evolution.

Since nothing in this world comes free [even discussion group
messeages are stuffed with Ads], the price for OROA is that a
submitter is required to pay a fee for submitting his/her paper, web
link or download link. The exploratory work on the feasibility of
such an institution has been conducted by Huping Hu, Ph.D., J.D.

SCIENCA shows great respects to all scientifically creative
individuals. SCIENCA is an archive/portal with equal access and equal
review rights where scientists and other learned individuals archive
their papers and express their views on equal footing. In doing so,
SCIENCA hopes that it will be able to speed up the progress of
science and let " a hundred flowers blossom" instead of a few.

(End of Release)

Your comments and suggestions by personal e-mails to me are welcomed.

Huping Hu, Ph.D., J.D.
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Old 11-15-2003, 02:19 AM
Robert J. Kolker
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Uncle Al wrote:


No he didn't. He saw the entire place was filled with sailors and he
said "My God, its full of tars!". Then he left the building and entered
the parking garage which was also filled, and he said "My God, its full
of cars!". So upset was he we went to the candy machine which sold only
one kind of confection. He said "My God, its full of Mars!" If that
wasn't bad enough he had to go to the supermarket that evening and ended
up in the section all filled with peanut butter and such like in glass
containers. He exclaimed-"My God, its full of jars!".

Bob Kolker


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Old 11-15-2003, 09:58 AM
Jeff Root
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Robert J. Kolker sagely hiccuped:


That wasn't the half of it.

He went to Las Vegas to try to get away from it all. What was
the first thing he saw? "My God, it's full of bars!"

So he went snorkling to really get away from it all. He was
immediately surrounded by a huge school of fish. At first he
thought they were sturgeon, but then he realized. "My God,
it's full of gars!" he tried to say, but aspirated a good-size
chunk of seawater instead.

He wanted to go back into the water as soon as he recovered,
but his doctor at the United States Astronautics Agency wanted
him to check into a hospital for tests of his lungs. He was
placed in the pulmonary ward. "My God, it's full of SARS!"

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

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Old 11-15-2003, 01:41 PM
Jeff Root
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- Updated with new info relayed by HAL from beyond the infinite

Robert J. Kolker sagely sneezed:


That wasn't the half of it.

He went to Las Vegas to try to get away from it all. What was
the first thing he saw? "My God, it's full of bars!"

So he went on a sailing cruise to really get away from it all.
But he looked up and cried out, "My God, it's full of spars!"

When they got to the coral lagoon he went snorkling. He was
immediately surrounded by a huge school of fish. At first he
thought they were sturgeon, but then he realized what they were.
He tried to say, "My God, it's full of gars!", but aspirated a
good-size chunk of seawater instead.

He wanted to go back into the water as soon as he recovered,
but his doctor at the United States Astronautics Agency wanted
to examine his lungs for amoebas. They gave him a (N)MRI scan.
When the physician showed him the scan of his lung, he wheezed
"My God, it's full of scars!"

He was checked into a hospital for treatment and placed in the
pulmonary ward. Then it hit him. "My God, it's full of SARS!"

-- Jeff, in Minneapolis

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Old 11-15-2003, 03:12 PM
Steve Turner
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[Only registered users see links. ] (Huping Hu) wrote:


How many self-respecting scientists will want to publish alongside the
articles about dowsing and magnetic descaling?

How many scientists have the time to thoroughly read the respected
journals, let alone venturing off into the wacky world of oddball
ideas promulgated by people ignorant of the most basic tenets of
science?

Steve Turner

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