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Message 2 of 527 (577394)
08-28-2010 2:39 PM


Thread Copied from Proposed New Topics Forum
Thread copied here from the Evolving the Musculoskeletal System thread in the Proposed New Topics forum.

  
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Message 22 of 527 (577450)
08-28-2010 9:08 PM


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If the two sides do not want to engage in constructive discussion then I can just close the thread. Up to you guys.
ICDESIGN - I know you're not happy with the answers you've been provided, but just rejecting them outright and repeating your position leaves the other side nothing to do but repeat their answers.
Everyone - Obviously some kind of inspiration is required if progress is to be made. Please be creative in seeking a meeting of the minds.

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Message 91 of 527 (577881)
08-30-2010 8:33 PM


Issuing Suspensions
I really hate to do this because so many people are so into this discussion, but this site *does* have standards. Perfect compliance with the Forum Guidelines is neither demanded nor expected, but there are limits. I am regretfully suspending Jar, Crashfrog and ICDESIGN for 24 hours. See you all soon. If I failed to suspend someone who deserved it then it is my error, no bias was intended.
If you're not sure what is expected of you at EvC Forum then err on the side of caution and do the following:
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  4. Be constructive and work earnestly to move discussion constructively forward.
Please, no replies to this message in this thread. Problems and issues with discussion should be taken to the Report discussion problems here: No.2 thread.

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