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Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2000 08:44:50 -0500 (EST)
From: Andrew Arensburger
To: Steve Rudd
Subject: Re: Andrew 

On Sat, 26 Feb 2000 Steve Rudd wrote:
> [Omitted at author's request]

	Okay, so I didn't paraphrase Falk as well as I should have. I
still stand by what my web page says.

> [Omitted at author's request]

	Homo habilis is a subset of Homo. Australopithecus and Homo are
groups at the same hierarchical level (genera?); neither Australopithecus
nor Homo is a subset of the other.

	Out of curiosity, are you planning on fixing any of the other
problems I've pointed out? Is there any chance you could set up a page for
me the way you did for Richard Young?
	Would you like me to add anchors to my web page so that you can
easily link to specific quotations?

-- 
Andrew Arensburger, Systems guy		Center for Automation Research
arensb@cfar.umd.edu			University of Maryland
Any sufficiently complicated technology is indistinguishable from bad karma.
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