Talk:Cosmic Ray Deflection Society

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Redwolf24 (talk) 00:13, 19 October 2005 (UTC)

We have about 250 members world wide, including many artcart artists, environmentalists and art critics. We are a humorous environmental group. We were a major player in the web goes black, back in 1996 and were one of the first groups to call attention to the whole in the ozone in the 2 year period back in 73, when no one seemed to care. We were the ones with the holes in our heads then. I have looked at all the pages of those of you that want to delete the cosmic rays from this site and am surprised that none of you see the tongue in cheek humor/putdown of the psuedo-sciences. While at the same time producing some rather interesting recycled art. Here's a list of awards, articles, links and more.

Accolades we have received:

  • Web Awards, Geek Site of the Day, Morts top 99% of the web, Freedom Finger Award as well as several site of the days, now defunct.
  • We have appeared in two movies, Wild Wheels by Harrod Blank and Life & Death at Barrister's.
  • We have also appeared in newspapers and magazines:
    • AP wire article picked up by 130 newspapers
    • Omni Magazine
    • Article in Raw Vision
  • Bands Plan Nine and Eugene Chadbourne have dedicated songs to the society.

In addition:

  • 645 links in parenthesis on Google
  • Organizations that link to our organization...

Science Humor in the Yahoo! Directory

Anti-Censorship Page

Aluminum Foil Deflector Beanie

The Church of the SubGenius

The Environment Directory - Science:Atmospheric Science:Ozone

University of Utah, the High Resolution Fly's Eye (HiRes) is an experiment to study the highest energy cosmic rays to determine the energy, direction, and chemical composition of the incident particle.

Factbites

Super-Kamiokande is a joint Japan-US collaboration to construct the world's largest underground neutrino observatory.

Scientific Computing at Evergreen State College

Business Council on the Environment

Merge Proposal[edit]

I support the proposal to merge the material from Dysonberg Confusion Principle with this article. Does anyone else have a comment? Mamawrites & listens 00:18, 19 October 2005 (UTC)

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Cheers.—InternetArchiveBot (Report bug) 12:54, 13 August 2017 (UTC)

Found a source here: http://escondidograpevine.com/2015/11/10/meet-the-cosmic-ray-deflection-society-of-north-america/ thus, I think we need to hold off on the proposed deletion — Preceding unsigned comment added by Egaoblai (talkcontribs) 02:19, 7 December 2017 (UTC)