Editor and contributors
Michael L. Love Ph.D |
The Radical Mormon was founded in 1999 by Michael L. Love for and on behalf
and it was the outer organ for this group for
some time. The ideas expressed in this publication did not come out of
nowhere, and they were hatched and sprouted in discussions within the mutantRM's group,
and as well, the foundations were laid decades before. There are many many
people to thank, and some of them are mentioned in the
As for the editor,
Michael has been publishing on the web with great enthusiasm
since 1998, and there is a huge collection of materials across many different
arenas of endeavor that
can be directly attributed to his efforts. Here are some links related
to the Radical Mormon editor and/or the mutantRM's group. If you would
like to see your link here, please
If you are reading this, it is likely that you deserve a link, but please check first
that your organization is not already found in the right sidebar of the
Radical Mormon top page.
Contributors and related links
Many thanks to Beth for help with these links. She reports as follows.
Here is a link
to a paper I gave at Sunstone where I
publically thanked Ken Shaw for an idea he presented on Mutant RM's
that became a substantial part of the paper.
Ken Shaw on Facebook unfortunately now very quiet. Ken was there at the Mutant RM's founding.
BETHANY MAGDALENE'S REALM
Art de Hoyos on Facebook
Todd Jumper on Facebook
An obituary/tribute to Kent Steadman on his old Cyber-space Orbit website
proclus realm home page
"I am Noah! Repent! and look at my home page. It should be noted that mutantRM's began as a discussion of autobiographical material contained on the proclus realm site, the
proclus site on gnu-darwin, with code and Celestrialism links
"The values of freedom and openness are crucial to understanding
itself, so that civilization and public welfare now depend on
them. MutantRM's and Radical Mormons may appreciate that Celestrialism ideas are a logical extension and conclusion what was started in those groups."
Michael L. Love's Amazon Profile
"In My Own Words:
biochemist, musician, protein crystallographer, system administrator, X-ray lab manager, GNU-Darwin.org operator, life-long bicycle commuter"
Check out our Amazon Store
"Please check out our Amazon Affiliate Store. Proceeds assist our ongoing work on the internet, especially with respect to the GNU-Darwin, and Molecules sites, proclus realm, and Radical Mormon web sites."
Michael L. Love on Linkedin.com
- X-ray lab manager at Department of Biophysics and Biophysical Chemistry School of Medicine Johns Hopkins University
- Darwin Collection; editor at proclus realm
- founder, lead developer at The GNU-Darwin Distribution
Michael L. Love biosketch on echeminfo site
"As founder of The GNU-Darwin Distribution, he is attempting to advance supercomputing on the Apple platform for the benefit of the user community at large."
Michael L. Love proclus blog on Vitacost
"Many people ask me about the supplements that I am taking. They can now see some of them on my Vitacost blog."
Michael L. Love Curriculum Vitae
"Exceptional ongoing support for crystallographic stations on synchrotron beamlines and X-ray facilities; Experimental, maintenance, facility and user support, MAR345, R-AXIS IV image plates, Saturn944+, Quantum 4 and 210 CCDs, practical data acquisition and processing mastery"
Michael L. Love: Molecules: email@example.com
"The premise is simple; to publish and promote prior art and public knowledge of molecules, which can have an impact on people's access to inexpensive medicine, beneficial supplements, and other important uses, outside of corporate channeled biased knowledge and their monopolistic price structure. From a professional point of view, I find the chemical and biochemical information to be very useful, but it is also an opportunity to speak out for something good."
Michael L. Love on Scientific Commons
" Troponin C-the calcium switch in muscle - interactions of TnC with TnI and their role in thin filament regulation by Michael L. Love. (2000)" link
Michael L. Love: Three Years of Free Software Activism: The Case of GNU-Darwin OS
"GNU-Darwin is an activist distribution. GNU-Darwin has been an ardent defender of digital liberties, and it is a platform for digital activism."
The GNU-Darwin Distribution 1.0: A Perspective from the Founder
"This Unix-like environment has provided the first major opportunity to reach Apple users with free software, so that they can learn the values which bring that software to them."
Michael Love: A Personal Statement
"footnote added, January 2010: It is remarkable how this old bio keeps its freshness, and it continues as a touchstone and rubrick for everything that came afterwards. I am including some links below, and an updated email address, to bring the reader up to date. The most notable omission from this piece is my mother's second husband, Clinton France..."
The GNU-Darwin Distribution
"GNU-Darwin aims to be the most free software distribution. Our mission is two-fold: Focus on projects that leverage our unique combination of Darwin and GNU, and help users to enjoy the benefits of software freedom. (founded November 2000)"
Finally, let us all thank
Without fish eggs, there would be far fewer people ;-}.
Great things come in small packages.
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