[Taxacom] FW: Do rogue taxonomists need rogue publishers?

Robin Leech releech at telus.net
Tue Feb 2 09:42:24 CST 2010

All of this comes under the heading of Science Friction.

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From: "Curtis Clark" <jcclark-lists at earthlink.net>
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Subject: Re: [Taxacom] FW: Do rogue taxonomists need rogue publishers?

> On 2010-02-01 15:20, Stephen Thorpe wrote:
>> PS: It had better be noted that nothing in that quote actually stated
>> that you personally acted improperly, but just "guilt by
>> association", and as I said, since you are so outspoken in favour of
>> restriction in taxonomy, it is important to note that things may not
>> be quite as they seem, even if you personally haven't acted
>> improperly ...
> Okay, let me see if I have this straight. Stephen, who believes he has
> been mistreated in his own country (and I have no reason to doubt that)
> is willing (because of that?) to score points against Wolfgang by
> interjecting anonymous guilt by association?
> I've noticed that some number of Taxacom participants have bones to
> pick. Perhaps the name should be changed to Dermestid-L.
> -- 
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