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Topic: Islam and Our Math-Science Curricula
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Haim

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Islam and Our Math-Science Curricula
Posted: Aug 13, 2007 8:57 PM
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MPG Posted: Aug 13, 2007 5:25 PM
>Finally, this thread appears to have gone rather far
>from Jerry Rosen, Sol Garfunkel, etc., so I move for a
>new subject and have taken the liberty of creating one.


Good idea. However, since you are probably not using the web interface you probably are oblivious to the fact that your note yet appeared in the "Jerry Rosen" thread.

Since I use the web interface exclusively, I can only guess at the problem, and I guess the problem is that you used your "reply" button. I suppose that in order to make a clean break from one thread in order to start a new thread, you (and everyone else using email) should avoid the "reply" button and "send" your note, with a new subject line, as a new message.

MATH Forum Administration* may want to say something on this point.

By the way, this note will start a new branch in the MATH TEACH message tree, so youse can safely "reply" to it.

Haim
Je me souviens


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