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  1. Martta Paavola, Student, University of Tampere, Finland
  2. William T. Paccone, retired educator, Binghamton University
  3. Dr. Emilia Carla Pace, Scientific Research & Experimental Development Director - VisDocta Research Medical & Biotechnologic
  4. Mary Packard, Research Scientist in Biology (ret.) Colorado State Univ.
  5. Kevin Padian, Professor, Dept. of Integrative Biology, U. C. Berkeley
  6. Dianna Padilla, Assoc. Professor, Department of Ecology and Evolution, Stony Brook University
  7. Jacqueline Padilla-Gamino, Ph.D. candidate; Dept of Oceanography, Univ of Hawai`i
  8. Louise Page, Professor, Dept. of Biology, University of Victoria, Canada
  9. Shelley J. Page, R.N., Volunteer for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  10. Warren Page, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, New York City College of Technology, CUNY
  11. Elaine M. Pagliaro, JD, MS - Adjunct Professor, Quinnipiac University & Assistant Director, CT Forensic Science Lab
  12. Dr. Gwendoline Pajot, Research Engineer in Geophysics, PhD, Orleans, France
  13. Kirby Palm, retired engineer
  14. Dr. Ronald Alan Palmer, Senior Research Associate, Mississippi State University
  15. Peder Palmstierna, Science teacher, Gottsunda school, Uppsala, Sweden
  16. Prof. Stephen R. Palumbi, Professor of Biological Sciences, Hopkins Marine Station, Stanford University
  17. Rodolf Pan, Graduate Student, Dept of Zoology, Univ of Hawai`i
  18. Benton Kealii Pang, biologist, rep. for `Ahahui Malama I Ka Lokahi, Native Hawaiians for the Conservation of Ecosystems
  19. Vassili Papavassiliou, Assoc. Prof., Physics Dept., New Mexico State Univ
  20. Prof. Giorgio Parisi, Physics Department, Rome I university, Italy, NAS foreign associate
  21. Robert L. Park, author of weekly What's New, Professor of Physics, Univ. of Maryland
  22. Eugene Parker, Distinguished Service Professor emeritus, Department of Physics, University of Chicago
  23. Lynne Parker, artist and graphic designer for a university press
  24. John Parkman, Investor, Book Reader, Minnesota
  25. Barbara H. Partee, Professor Emerita, UMass Amherst; member NAS
  26. Dr. Nadia Patino, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis (France) - Dpt Chemistry
  27. Ben Patterson, Concerned Canadian, Faculty of Mathematics, University of Waterloo
  28. John W. Patterson, emeritus professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Iowa State University
  29. Paul Patton, Research Assistant Professor in Neurobiology at Bowling Green State University
  30. William C. Patzert, Environmentalist and Climatologist, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  31. Virginia M. Paulsen, Ph.D., retired sociologist
  32. John Paulson, CEO, MakeMusic, Inc.
  33. Megan Paustian, Ph.D. candidate, BEES Program, University of Maryland
  34. Joshua Paxton, musician, amateur science geek, Louisiana
  35. Ilana Payes, Australian student, University of Melbourne
  36. Thomas G. Peacock, Oceanographer, University of South Florida, College of Marine Science
  37. John Pearse, Professor Emeritus, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz
  38. Dr. Vicki Pearse, President, American Microscopical Society
  39. Christian Pedersen, Ecosophist, Ph.D. candidate, Penn State University
  40. William L. Pedersen, Hospital Administrator (ret), B.S., University of Minnesota, 1964; MPH, Yale University, 1970
  41. Scott Pederson, S. Dakota State U.
  42. Dr. Joseph Pedlosky, Department of Physical Oceanography, Woods Hole
  43. Dr. H. Milton Peek, retired Los Alamos National Lab staff member
  44. Amanda Peet, University of Toronto physics professor
  45. Gordon Pegue, Secretary, The Albuquerque Astronomical Society
  46. Cherie Peirce, I represent the cancer survivors for scientific advancement of genetic cures for cancer
  47. Kip Peltoniemi, BJLk Software, Minnesota
  48. David F. Pence, MS, Diving Safety Officer of the Universith of Hawaii
  49. Gary Pence, Prof (Emer) of Pastoral Theology, Lecturer in Greek, Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary, Berkeley
  50. Akshay Pendyal, Medical student
  51. Jay Penniman, Seabird Biologist, PCSU, Univ of Hawaii/Hawaii Dept. of Land and Natural Resources
  52. Dr. John Pepper, Professor of Biology, University of Arizona
  53. Michael Peracchio, Biology Teacher, Windsor High School, CT
  54. Prof. Pedro Santos Pereira, Entrepreneur & Scientist / Gremio Fenix, Lisbon, Portugal
  55. Marian Peris, PhD researcher, Molecular Biologist
  56. David D. Perkins, Professor of Biology (Emeritus), Stanford University, member National Academy of Sciences
  57. Dana Perrin, biologist working for a large pharmaceutical company that does no testing on animals
  58. Kimberly Perry, Genetics and Chemistry Teacher, Kirtland High School, Ohio
  59. Prof. Renee Perry, California State University, Monterey Bay
  60. John Persichilli, Astronomer - James Cook University
  61. Robert Persons, Business owner of electronic media company
  62. Paul Persson, System manager, Helsingborg, Sweden
  63. Dr. Mihaela Pertea, Scientist, Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, University of Maryland
  64. Dr. Joseph E. Pesce, Adjunct Professor, Physics & Astronomy, George Mason University
  65. Hartmut Peters, oceanographer
  66. Susan Peters, UNC Charlotte
  67. Lutz Petersen, Dipl.-Phys., LMU Munich, Germany
  68. Maxine Petersen, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Lecturer, University of Toronto, Faculty of Medicine
  69. Paula J. Petersen, M.Ed, Biology Instructor, Faulkner State College, Mobile County Public Schools
  70. Prof. Charlotte Peterson, University of Kentucky
  71. Dr. Sindra Peterson, Ass. Prof, Biochemistry, Lund University, Sweden
  72. Forrest Pettengill, writer, NH
  73. Kim A. Pfeiffer, Science Teacher, Comstock Park, MI
  74. Richard Pfeiffer, Philosophy Student, California Institute of Integral Studies
  75. Joe Pharaon, physics undergrad, Virginia Tech
  76. Dr. Aimee Phillippi, Unity College
  77. Diana Phillips, researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley
  78. Susan Phillips, Research Audiologist at UNC-Greensboro, Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders
  79. Tanya Phillips, high school science teacher, retired, Exploratorium coach to new science teachers
  80. Robert Phinney, Professor Emeritus, Dept of Geosciences, Princeton University
  81. Dr. Vipaporn Phuntumart, Assistant Prof.,Biological Sciences, Bowling Green State University
  82. Jennifer Piatek, Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, University of Tennessee
  83. Prof. Mary Picone, EHESS (Institute for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences), Paris
  84. Bonnie Pierce, student, SUNY Cobleskill, NY
  85. Melissa Pierce, student/Roger Williams University
  86. Dan Pietsch, Engineering student at the University of Iowa
  87. Helen Pigg, Retired Public School Teacher, Texas
  88. Dr. Colin Piggin, Crop and Forage Agronomist, Canberra, Australia
  89. Dr. Meade Pimsler, Defense Contractor
  90. Dr. Robert Pionke, Professor Emeritus-Univ.of WI, River Falls, Sociology, Seeker of truth via the scientific method
  91. Aurelien Pipparelli, PhD Student, Lab �Biology, Engineering & Imaging of corneal graft� Faculty of Medicine
  92. Felix Arnold Edward Pirani, Emeritus Professor of Rational Mechanics, University of London
  93. Kate Pisano, student/researcher, University of Rhode Island and Bermuda Institute of Oceanic Sciences
  94. Jose Piscoya, UNC School of Medicine; MS-2
  95. Eric Pitts, Chef, Alabama
  96. Evelyn Plait, Wife, mother, grandmother.....WOMAN
  97. Dr. Philip Plait, astronomer and science activist
  98. Dr. David Plank, retired
  99. Vladimir Podosinov, Virginia Tech, Electrical Engineer
  100. Elizabeth Podowski, integrated undergraduate/graduate program, Biology, Penn State University
  101. Timothe Poisot, MSc, University of Paris 06, Marine station of Banyuls
  102. Janet Poling, author
  103. David Politzer, Caltech, Nobel Laureate in Physics 2004
  104. Kathryn Pollak, Associate Professor, Duke University Medical Center
  105. Melody L. Polson, English teacher, Gibson Middle School, Las Vegas, NV
  106. Robin Polt, Ph.D., Dept. of Chemistry, The University of Arizona
  107. Thomas Pool, Lab Coordinator
  108. Adam Poole, student, Adelaide, Australia
  109. Thomas J Poole, University of Washington
  110. Mason Porter, Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Physics, California Institute of Technology
  111. Theodore A. Postol, Prof. of Science, Technology, and National Security Policy, MIT
  112. Anna Potempska, PhD, neurochemist
  113. Rosamond Potter, Retired College Senior Lecturer, University of Chicago
  114. Bill Potts, Author, Bushopedia, and President, Humanist Association of the Greater Sacramento Area
  115. Emily Potts, Graduate Assistant, Chemistry Dept, University of Maryland
  116. Christopher Powell, Technologist (Electrical-Mechanical Engineer), Baker Hughes
  117. Prof. Thomas M. (Zack) Powell, Dep't of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley
  118. George Power, Student, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  119. Sarah Power, researcher, University of Western Australia
  120. Anthony John Powers, Technologist, Pall Corporation
  121. Cheryl Powers, science educator
  122. K. Pralle
  123. Dr. Promod Pratap, Associate Prof. Univ. of North Carolina at Greensboro Dept of Physics and Astronomy
  124. Ruth Prentice, retired teacher, Florida Retired Educators Assoc.
  125. Paul Prescott, Ph.D., Maine
  126. Dr. Harry Prest, physical chemist, with academic and industrial experiences
  127. David J. Preston, Research Specialist, Bishop Museum
  128. Dr. Richard Prigodich, Professor and Chairman of Chemistry, Trinity College
  129. Gloria M Primera, Retired Professor, San Antonio College
  130. Brianna Probasco, student of Rutgers University Chemistry Dept.
  131. Donald Prothero, Prof. Caltech and Occidental College
  132. Amy Puett, Senior-Music/German departments, University of Texas
  133. Marilyn A. Pugh, PhD Associate Professor of Psychology, Texas Wesleyan University
  134. Nina Puhipau, Biodynamic Agriculture Hawai'i
  135. Richard Purple, Prof. Emeritus, Univ. of Minnesota Medical School, Physiology, Neuroscience and Ophthalmology
  136. Laurie Pycroft, Founder of Pro-Test, a British organisation supporting medical research on animals
  137. Rebecca Pyles, Associate Professor, Biological Sciences, East Tennessee State University

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