The pyradi toolkit is a Python toolkit to perform optical and infrared radiometry (flux flow) calculations. The toolkit is available at http://code.google.com/p/pyradi/. See docs at http://pyradi.googlecode.com/svn//trunk/doc/_build/html/index.html
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LGBT+ Physicists firstname.lastname@example.org
This group is the first forum for LGBTIQQAP+ (that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersexed, queer, questioning, asexual, pansexual, etc.) physicists and allies to discuss issues related to being not-straight and/or not-cisgender in the field of physics.
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LXcat (pronounced "elecscat") is a discussion group for the Plasma Data Exchange Project, a community-based project for the Low-Temperature Plasma community.
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QuarkNet at CSU email@example.com
QuarkNet is a program that teams high school teachers and students with particle physicists at over 50 universities and laboratories nationwide. The CSU is open to teachers and students all over Colorado and will educate and help teachers get materials to teach particle physics in their classrooms.
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email distribution list for participants of the GHP workshops
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tropical cyclones firstname.lastname@example.org
hurricanes, tropical cyclones, typhoons, extreme weather, weather controlling, hurricane katrina, hurricane damage, hurricane insurance, reinsurrance, anti hurricane technology Hurricane Control Technology www.hurricanecontrol.com
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This group is for asking questions and reporting issues about pyteomics - a python library for proteomics data processing.
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Sacred Geometry email@example.com
After searching for a site devoted to sacred geometry I have found that the subject is spread out over many scientific diciplines. This newsgroup will be devoted to serious researchers of sacred geometry biased towards findings from disciplines including music, art, math, physics and astronomy.
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