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What I Know And What I Don't

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on May 13, 2003 19:18:48 UTC

I know: "Flair" on this forum could
1) mysteries of life are truly illuminated
2) large numbers of persons visit
3) increased ad revenue
4) pertinent humor is shared and appreciated
5) diverse views are represented by those who can actually defend them and extend them, even more than merely insisting upon them
6) persons are invited to represent a point of view from diverse online groups such as atheists, creationists, someone majoring in philosophy of science
7) actually discussing the content posted here
by persons such as Yanniru, myself, Harv, Ezekiel...but followups have been sketchy
8) A moderator can help by causing persons to moderate their emotional outbursts and stick to topics ... in a Presidential debate, moderators are even allowed to mildly insist on an answer being translated from rhetoric to substance.
9) Quotas: To post each week, each person must COMPOSE an origional, light-hearted (not nasty) God and Science Joke to begin that week.
For starters...

What I don't know includes:
1) Am I on an intranet or subgroup or is this really all the conversation in the world for
2) Not knowing 1) certainly affects my ability to figure out what could make the forum more fun.

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