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  1. Victor Ma, Boston University Engineering student
  2. Stephen Arnold Maas, Nonlinear Technologies, Inc.
  3. Mordecai-Mark Mac Low, Assoc. Curator, Dept. of Astrophysics, American Museum of Natural History
  4. J. Ross Macdonald, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of NC, Chapel Hill, member NAS, NAE
  5. Ormond MacDougald, Associate Professor of Physiology, University of Michigan
  6. Jon Mace, Science Educator, University of Texas / Astronomy
  7. Gavin Machell, Headmaster, Utahloy International School Guangzhou
  8. James Mack, Video Editor
  9. Sara MacSorley, student, University of Rhode Island, Bermuda Institute of Oceanographic Sciences
  10. Gregory J. Maeder, veterinary technician, Minnesota
  11. Brian Indrek Magi, Research scientist, Princeton University
  12. Craig Magie, postdoctoral fellow, Kewalo Marine Laboratory, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
  13. Peter Magor, retired programmer, CA
  14. Sachin Mahajan
  15. John Mahoney, grad student, physics, UC Davis
  16. Prof. John Makemson, Dept. Biological Sciences, Florida International University
  17. Rory Makielski, Biological Sciences Major- University of Notre Dame
  18. Dr. Jose Gabriel Maldonado-Rivera, Principal - Columbia Secondary School
  19. Fiona Maley, Researcher & Research Manager, Medical geology, School of Population Health, UWA, Perth, Australia
  20. Dr. Ariel Malicse
  21. Joseph Malsky, Doctoral Candidate, University of Texas
  22. Dr. Robert Zaine Mamoun, Dir. Research in Virology, INSERM (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research)
  23. Joseph Mandell, biology teacher, West Valley Community College
  24. Holly Maness, Graduate Student, UC Berkeley, Dept of Astronomy
  25. Juan J. Manfredi, Professor of Mathematics, University of Pittsburgh.
  26. Janet Mann, Environmental Health Specialist, Nevada County Environmental Health
  27. Michael Mann, Prof. of Meteorology, Penn State University
  28. Mary U. Manner, M.S., Director of Education/Exhibits Manager, Great Lakes Children's Museum
  29. Karen Mansfield, attorney, amateur astronomer, concerned citizen
  30. Josefina Mansilla, Professor of the National Institute of Anthropology and History from Mexico
  31. Kayyum Mansoor, Graduate Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UC Berkeley
  32. Dr. Amy Marcarelli, Postdoctoral Researcher
  33. Pier Paolo Marchisio, PhD Student, Physics Dept, The University of York, UK
  34. Ellen Marcolongo, ARNP,C, PhD student, University of South Florida
  35. Genevieve Marcus, Co-President Experimental Cities, Inc.
  36. Geoff Marcy, Professor of Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  37. Helena Mariposa, Author, Colorado
  38. John Markham
  39. Peter Marko, Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Clemson University
  40. Michael Marletta, Prof. of Chemistry, UC Berkeley, member NAS and IOM
  41. Stephen Marley, Science & Technology Marketing - Avocational Paleontologist
  42. Peter Marra, Research Scientist, Smithsonian Migratory Bird Center, National Zoological Park
  43. Dr. Robert E. Marra, Ph.D., Assistant Scientist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station
  44. Katie Marshall, University of Western Ontario
  45. Brad Marston, professor, Department of Physics, Brown University
  46. Noah Marthinsen, Biology Student/ Berkeley City College
  47. Allison Martin, Medical Student at the State University of New York Upstate Medical University, College of Medicine
  48. Caroline Martin, M.A. Sociology, Adjunct Faculty, Chattanooga State Technical Community College
  49. Jack Martin, M. S. Computer Science
  50. Kenneth Martin, ILWU-Northern California, Local 75
  51. Dr. Louis Martin, Psychiatrist and Author, Nebraska Health and Human Services
  52. Prof. Mark Q. Martindale, Kewalo Marine Lab/Univ. Hawai'i
  53. Ingrid Martine, life coach and consultant to management, Texas
  54. Prof. Alan Marwine, department of social and behavioral sciences, Green Mountain College
  55. Gene Masciocchi, Consultant to high tech companies.
  56. David Maslane, Portland High School Coordinator
  57. John Mason, Retired research metallurgist, formerly with Corus, Rotherham, UK
  58. Gilles Massardier, �ducateur, Saint-Chamond France
  59. Erin Massett, Masters program for Conservation Biology, Antioch New England Graduate School
  60. Jennifer Matesa, Jennifer Matesa / Writer and Designer
  61. Allene Mathers, concerned citizen
  62. Rowan Mathew, Auckland, New Zealand
  63. Carole Mathews, Concerned Citizen, Hermosa Beach
  64. Dr. Ronald Mathsen, Prof Emeritus, Dept of Mathematics, North Dakota State University
  65. Vaibhav Mathur, Research student, Photonics center,Univ of Mass, Lowell Dept of Physics and applied physics
  66. James Matson, Media Svcs Techn. Supervisor, La Salle University
  67. Brett Matthes, no scientific affiliation
  68. Justin L. Matthews, Graduate Student Researcher - Cognitive Science Program, UCMerced
  69. Valerie Matthews, Retired architect
  70. Lars Mattsson, PhD student in astrophysics, Uppsala University, Sweden
  71. Denise Mauldin, Researcher, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  72. Patrick Maurel, Unit director, Inserm, Montpellier France
  73. Russell Maurer, Upper School Science and Math Teacher, Hawken School
  74. Richard Maus, Author, Retired Mathematics and Physics teacher
  75. Travis May, IT Consultant, TEK Systems
  76. John Maycroft, Public Policy Graduate Student at Rutgers
  77. Dennis Mayer, Ocean Scientist, College of Marine Science
  78. James Mayer, Assoc. Prof., Geosciences Dept., Univ. West Georgia
  79. Susan Mayer, wife of a scientist and former high school teacher, Miami FL
  80. Maria Mazillo, Auburn
  81. Jonathan McAllister, Novice Astronomer
  82. Martin McBriarty, student, University of Florida, Materials Science & Engineering
  83. Melodie McBride, Advisor, ProtoLife, Srl
  84. Bob Mccallum, a person interested in the preservation of mankind, Canada
  85. Melissa McCarthy, student
  86. Howie McCausland, Network geek (former astrophysicist), now at Middlebury College
  87. Ana McClanahan, Lead Biotechnology Instructor, Beaufort County Community College
  88. Blinda E. McClelland, Ph.D., School of Biological Sciences, University of Texas-Austin
  89. Arlene McClung, Supervising Program Technician, State Service
  90. John McClung, Mathematics Instructor: Roseville Academy of Math, Science, and Engineering
  91. Rosalie McClung, Multiple Sclerosis patient
  92. Gene McColligan, Ecologist, Pennsylvania
  93. Lyle McCormick, Epidemiologist for an international, private, non-profit research company
  94. Marshal D. McCue, Ben-Gurion University
  95. Vincent D. McCullough, Science Supporter, Prof. Emeritus, Saddleback Community College
  96. Dr. Russell E McDuff, Professor and Director, School of Oceanography, University of Washington
  97. Marion McElroy, retired public school science teacher, Wichita, Kansas
  98. Dean Mcevoy-James, secondary school student in Great Britain studying biology in a Catholic school
  99. Prof. Alfred McEwen, Planetary Sciences, University of Arizona
  100. Bruce McEwen, Professor at the Rockefeller University, member NAS
  101. Dr. Joan McEwen, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  102. Kate McFadden, Assistant Professor, Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Columbia University
  103. Margaret McFall-Ngai, Professor, Dept of Medical Microbiology and Immunology, University of Wisconsin Madison
  104. Dylan Michael McFarland, student, University of Colorado
  105. Timothy A McKay, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Michigan
  106. Prof. Christopher F. McKee, Physics & Astronomy Depts, University of California at Berkeley, member National Academy of Sciences
  107. Stephen Thomas McKenna, Research Chemist, Ineos USA LLC
  108. Dr. Amie R McKibban, Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Southern Indiana
  109. Dr. Kristine McKinney, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Medical School
  110. Robert McKnight, interested party, Sky & Telescope reader
  111. Kirsty McLaren, Faculty of Arts Student, Glasgow University
  112. Jeanne McLaughlin, Teacher LACS
  113. Gary Mcleod, writer, Administrative Assistant, University of Brighton
  114. John McManus, MD, Medical Director, Department of Emergency Medicine, Durango, Colorado
  115. Dr. Brett A McMillan, Assistant Professor of Biology, McDaniel College
  116. Dr. Mark McMurtry, NCSU, CALS, PI, integrated aquaculture~olericulture
  117. Donald P. McNamara, Retired Chemist
  118. Nicole Leslie McOrrie, Sydney, Australia
  119. Dr. Gregg McPherson, 3M Corporate Scientist (Retired)
  120. William Michael McShan, Associate Prof., Univ. of Oklahoma HSC
  121. Rachel McShane, candidate for MS in Conservation Biology, Antioch New England
  122. Mike Medrano, Doctoral Graduate Student, Department of Biology, University of New Mexico Department of Biology
  123. Frank Medved, Concerned Citizen and Voter
  124. Amanda L Meeker, George Mason University
  125. Dr. Joseph Meert, Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Florida
  126. Dr. Ouida Meier, Aquatic Ecologist, Center for Biodiversity Studies, Western Kentucky University
  127. Rich Meisel, Graduate Student Program in Genetics, Penn State University
  128. William W. Mejia, CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist)
  129. William Mejia, Jr., MS student, University of Maryland University College
  130. Carlos J. Melian, Postdoctoral researcher, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, UCSB
  131. DeForest Mellon, Professor of Biology and Neuroscience, University of Virginia
  132. Michael Menaker, Ph.D., Commonwealth Professor of Biology, University of Virginia
  133. Kenneth Mendelson, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Marquette University
  134. Michael Praetorius Mendenhall, Caltech physics gradstudent
  135. Bruce Menge, Professor of Zoology, Oregon State University
  136. Prof. Trudy Mercadal, Florida Atlantic University
  137. Prof. N. David Mermin, Professor emeritus of physics, Cornell University, member National Academy of Sciences
  138. Jean Merot, researcher, Institut du Thorax Inserm
  139. Rachel Ann Merz, Professor, Department of Biology, Swarthmore College
  140. Eric Meshot, Engineering Physics student at the University of California, Berkeley
  141. Ryan Mesmer, student Richard Stockton College, NJ
  142. Frank Messina, Professor, Department of Biology, Utah State University
  143. Matt Metcalf, Newburgh, IN
  144. Glenn Metzler, Senior Scientist and Environmental Consultant
  145. Jerome Meyer, Manager, Hussmann Learning Solutions
  146. Covell Meyskens, graduate student, Dept of History, University of Chicago
  147. Robert C. Michael, Consulting Geologist
  148. Dr. David Michaelson, Associate Research Scientist, Dept. of Biology, New York University
  149. Dr. Malvin Michelson-Thiery, Retired from Chemistry Dept, Cornell University
  150. Charles Michener, Professor Emeritus, Lawrence, Kansas; member, National Academy of Sciences
  151. Prof. Linda Middleton, University of Hawai`i at Manoa English Department
  152. Brad Miller, very concerned citizen, Anthony, Kansas
  153. Linda Miller, psychologist, Oregon Psychoanalytic Center
  154. Nathan Miller, physics graduate student, U. Colorado Boulder
  155. Ralph R. Miller, Cognitive scientist, SUNY-Binghamton
  156. Robert Miller, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Boston Biology Department
  157. Stephen A. Miller, Professor, College of the Ozarks, Missouri
  158. Stephen Miller, Independent Author
  159. Tina Miller, Sociologist, San Diego
  160. William B. Miller, Science Editor/Author, Rand McNally & Co.
  161. Dr. Hugh Miller III, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University
  162. Marc Milne, Ecology PhD Candidate and Research Assistant, Biology Department, Old Dominion University
  163. Simon Miner, Teacher-Researcher-Student
  164. Raymond Minsterman, public school mathematics instructor, Arizona
  165. Michael Mirigian, Advanced Placement Environmental Science & Chemistry Instructor-Clovis West High School, Fresno, CA
  166. Joseph Mish, public school teacher, musician/teacher/composer, Pine Island Schools, Minnesota
  167. Rev. Linda Miskimen PhD, Minnesota
  168. Elizabeth Mitchell, Artist/Activist
  169. Randall J. Mitchell, Professor of Biology, University of Akron
  170. Thomas G. Mitchell, Associate Professor, Duke University
  171. Prof. Jay Mittenthal, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Dept. of Cell & Developmental Biology
  172. Tom Mitzel, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Trinity College
  173. Hannah Miyamoto, J.D., M.S., B.A., B.S. Graduate Assistant, University of Hawai`i
  174. Patrick Mock, Sr. Principal Scientist / Private Corporation
  175. Daniel Moen, Graduate student in ecology and evolution, Stony Brook University
  176. John R. Moffett, Ph.D. Neuroscientist, Uniformed Services Univ. of the Health Sciences
  177. Jeremy Mohn, Kansas Biology Teacher
  178. RJobert Moir, retired history teacher, Member of National Education Association
  179. Bruce Andrew Molholt, Adjunct Professor, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Pennsylvania
  180. Michael R Molnar, Author of The Star of Bethlehem, Retired astronomer and educator
  181. Dr. Eric Molz, Senior Physicist, Baker Hughes
  182. Corey Mondello, Activist
  183. Dr. Carlos Mondragon, Associate Professor, Centre for African and Asian Studies, El Colegio de Mexico
  184. Jean-Jacques Monot, Statistician, Research & Programs Unit, Global Forum for Health Research
  185. James R Monroe, Science Teacher - Glenbrook Middle School - Mt. Diablo Unified School District
  186. Randy Monroe, Rockin' Science Teacher (earth science), Foothill Middle Walnut Creek, CA
  187. Reza Montazami, Student at Virginia Tech
  188. Richard Monvoisin, Teacher Critical Thinking, laboratoire z�t�tique, Univ. Nice, FRANCE
  189. Christine Mooney, Science Teacher, Lowville Academy High School
  190. Thomas J Mooney, Executive Director Coalition to Extend Life
  191. Darrell Moore, neurobiologist, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University
  192. Jessica L. Moore, residential habilitation specialist, mother of 1, psychology department, Buffalo State College
  193. Dr. John W. Moore, researcher, Managing Director, Optimer, Inc.
  194. Matthew Moore, Student--Northeastern University School of Law
  195. Megan Moore, Virginia Tech
  196. Paul Moore, Professor of Biological Science, Behaviorist, , Bowling Green State University
  197. Roger H. Moore, Retired statistician, Los Alamos National Lab, Nuclear Regulatory Comm
  198. Dr. Juan Carlos Morales, Associate Research Scientist, Columbia University
  199. Ralph Morelli, Professor of Computer Science, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
  200. Dr. Bruno Moretti, scientific director of SETI Italia G. Cocconi
  201. S.G. Morgan
  202. Dr. Rufus Morison, Ecologist, Bristol
  203. Mark Moritz, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Ohio State University
  204. Dr. David Mork, Professor of Biology (retired), St. Cloud State University
  205. Kristian Morphis, Student, San Francisco State University
  206. Patricia Morris, Research Coordinator, UC Natural Reserve Ao Nuevo, UCSC-LML
  207. Peggy Morris, sustainable farmer
  208. Roger Morris, IS Coordinator, Institute for Drug Abuse Prevention, Indiana University
  209. Tina Morris, UNC-Chapel Hill
  210. Dr. Joan Morrison, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Trinity College, Hartford, CT
  211. M. Patricia Morse, Visiting Scholar, Biology Department, University of Washington
  212. Peter Morton, Retired Fortune 500 Engineer and Executive
  213. Zack Morton, Student, Amateur Astronomer, Iowa
  214. Michael Moseley, Professor of Anthropology, University of Florida, member National Academy of Sciences
  215. Kit Moser, Science Writer
  216. Rachel Moss, PhD candidate in inorganic chemistry at UW-Madison
  217. Michael Motta, Master of Arts in Philosophy, Michigan State
  218. Paul-Ren Mouginot, student - Lyce du Parc - Lyon, France
  219. William G Moulton, Prof. of Physics emeritus, FL. State Univ. and Nat'l High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  220. Michael Mueller, Humanist and Biochemist, Humanists Hawaii
  221. Prof. Debashis Mukherjee, director, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India
  222. Dr. Jaydeep Mukherjee, Director, Florida Space Grant Consortium
  223. Steven Mulder, MD, Minnesota
  224. Clemma Muller, Biostatistician, University of Washington School of Medicine
  225. Vladimir Munk, Professor Emeritus, Biology Dept., SUNY Plattsburgh NY
  226. Yonatan Munk, Graduate student in Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley
  227. Patricia Murata, Post-doctoral Fellow, Kewalo Marine Lab, University of Hawaii
  228. Danny Murawinski, James Madison University
  229. Jock Murphy, Software Engineer, Writer, Photographer
  230. Dr. Michael Murphy, distinguished teaching prof, dep't of natural sciences, state university of new york at cobleskill
  231. Sarah Murphy, Environmental Health Specialist, JCPH
  232. Prof. James Murray, neuroethologist, University of Central Arkansas
  233. Paul E Murray, Res. Sci. Assoc, UT - Austin Bureau of Economic Geology
  234. Kristopher Musumano, Architect
  235. Gulseren Mutlu, Ph.D student, Economics Dept, New York University
  236. Allison Myers, Paleoclimatology researcher, Moss Landing Marine Laboratory
  237. Larry & Debby Myers, High School Coach, concerned citizens, Minnesota
  238. Prof. PZ Myers, Science & Math, U of Minnesota Morris
  239. Sarah Myhre, Biological Researcher, NOAA
  240. Kristen Myshrall, Ph.D. Student, Center for Integrative Geoscience, University of Connecticut

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