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  1. Lawrence Cahoon, Professor of Biology and Marine Biology, UNC Wilmington
  2. Dr. Gregor Cailliet, Professor, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, California State University System
  3. Joseph Cain, researcher, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute, Florida State University
  4. Patrick Cain, PhD student, Department of Biology, Indiana State University
  5. Dr. Karen Cairns, Environmental Educator and Practitioner
  6. John Cairns,Jr., Univ.Distinguished Prof.Emer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ, Member NAS, Amer.Phil Soc
  7. Rebecca Calisi, Graduate Student, University of California-Berkeley
  8. Camanch Camacho, Science Student, California State University, Sacramento
  9. George Cammarota, Electrical Engineer
  10. Alison A Campbell, retired Librarian
  11. Arezoo Campbell, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Community & Environmental Medicine, University of CA, Irvine
  12. Rebecca Cann, evolutionary biologist and anthropologist (Ph.D, Professor of Genetics, Univ of Hawaii at Manoa
  13. John Cannon, Conservation Biologist, University of Maryland at College Park
  14. Jacob Cantele, communist youth
  15. Katie Capkovic, PhD student/ Biological Sciences, University of Missouri-Columbia
  16. Arthur L. Caplan, Professor, Director Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania
  17. Prof. John Caprio, Dept. of Biological Sciences, LSU
  18. Scott Cardiff, Graduate student, Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, Columbia University
  19. Dr. Michael Carey, Professor, evolutionary biologist, Department of Biology - University of Scranton
  20. Michael Carlon, MD, Pathologist, Group Health Co-operative
  21. John Carlson, electrical engineer, Hibbing Public Utilities
  22. Susanne Carlson, healthcare practitioner, author
  23. Andrew Carmichael, student, psychology major
  24. Prof. James Carmine, Director of Philosophy Program, Associate Professor, Dept of Theology & Philosophy, Carlow Univ.
  25. Jennifer Carr, Brown University
  26. Steven M Carr, Professor of Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  27. Dr. James Carroll, professor emeritus
  28. Sean Carroll, Asst. Professor, Physics Department, University of Chicago
  29. Ethan Carruthers, Geneticist and Pharmacy Student, Minnesota
  30. Phillip Schuyler Carskaddan, Retired Professional Structural Engineer
  31. Allan Carstens, Project Management Training Consultant
  32. Steven Caruso, PhD, Lecturer, UMBC, Dept. of Biological Science
  33. Marcos Carvalho, graphic designer
  34. Claire Carver, Researcher, Carver Marine Consulting
  35. Dave Casper, Veterinarian, University of California at Santa Cruz
  36. Sarina Cassro, Environmental Scientist, Stantec Consulting Corporation
  37. Stu Casteel, Engineer, EGT
  38. Marie Castle, Communications Director, Atheists For Human Rights
  39. Luis Castro, Chemist
  40. Ana Maria Castrucci, Senior Scientist, Biology, University of Virginia
  41. Doran Catlin, A student at Teachers College, Columbia University
  42. Michael Cavanaugh, Past President, Institute on Religion in an Age of Science
  43. Gerardo Ceballos, Professor, Institute of Ecology, National University of Mexico
  44. Dr. Salvatore Ceccarelli, barley breeder
  45. Linda Cendes, Graduate student of Behavior, Ecology, Evolution and Systematics, University of Maryland
  46. Connie Cepko, Professor of Genetics, Investigator of Howard Hughes Medical Institute, member NAS
  47. Gustavo C Cerqueira, PhD - Post-doctoral fellow - Dept of Cell Biology Molecular Genetics - Univ. Maryland
  48. Mark Chaet, actor/writer
  49. John H. Chalmers, Ph.D., astrobiologist/prebiotic chemist, UCSD
  50. Bette Chambers, president emerita, American Humanist Association
  51. Robert Chan, student, Purdue University - Agricultural & Biological Engineering
  52. Zoe Chance, doctoral student doing psychology research, Harvard University
  53. Brian Chang, UC Berkeley student
  54. Florence Chapgier, artist, peace activist
  55. Gene Charleton, Senior Science Writer, Texas Engineering Experiment Station
  56. Andrew Charman, physicist, U.C. Berkeley
  57. Steve Charman, Assistant Professor of Psychology, Florida International University
  58. Avik Chatterjee, Medical Student at UNC-Chapel Hill
  59. Marian Chau, Graduate Student, Botany Department, University of Hawai`i at Manoa
  60. Swarat Chaudhuri, Doctoral candidate, Department of computer and information science, University of Pennsylvania
  61. Linda Chavez, LMT
  62. Angela Cheadle, high school biology teacher, Cleveland City Schools
  63. Lei Chen, Ph.D., Los Alamos National Laboratory
  64. Marc Cherbonnier, A sentient being, therefore NOT a Republican, web editor, Baltimore Chronicle
  65. Kearby Chess, Concerned Student, R. A. Long H.S., Longview, Washington
  66. Eugene Chiang, Astronomy, UC Berkeley
  67. Dr. Hillel Chiel, Professor of Biology, Neuroscience and Biomedical Engineering, Case Western Reserve University
  68. Francis V. Chisari, Professor, The Scripps Research Institute, Member National Academy of Sciences
  69. Avinash Chitnis, Engineer, Zhone Technologies, Inc.
  70. Dr. Borun Dev Chowdhury, Physics Department, The Ohio State University
  71. Dr. Timothy Chowns, professor of geology, University of West Georgia
  72. Larry Christensen, CHMM, Senior Environmental Consultant, LC Consulting, Ltd.
  73. Shelby Christian, Teacher
  74. Mary Christofferson, Engineer/Manager
  75. John H. Christy, Ph.D., Biologist
  76. Ted Chu, Regional Wildlife Manager, Idaho Dept of Fish & Game, retired
  77. Scott Chulokute, University of Hawaii
  78. Lu Chun-Chiao, Revolutionary Communist Youth Brigade, NY
  79. Kate Ciembronowicz, researcher
  80. Prof. Olivier Civelli, UC Irvine
  81. Matthew Civiletti, Biomedical engineering student, The College of New Jersey
  82. Lark Claassen, Faculty member, Biology Department, UMBC
  83. Keith Clanton, M.S., Plant Ecologist/Florida Division of Forestry
  84. Alan Clark, Physician Assistant
  85. Betty Clark, Amateur Naturalist and Bright
  86. Howard Clark, Co-owner, Twinrocker Handmade Paper
  87. Steven Clark, AP Biology and Marine Science Teacher, South Brunswick High School
  88. Ileana Clavijo, Associate Professor, Dept of Biology and Marine Biology, University of North Carolina Wilmington
  89. Scott Clay-Poole, Ph.D., Cenozoic Pollen Palaeoecologist
  90. Robert Clayton, Professor Emeritus, Enrico Fermi Institute, University of Chicago, Member NAS
  91. Dr. Joseph M. Cleary, Assoc. Director, Sciences R&D, San Diego Supercomputer Center, UC San Diego
  92. Dr. Patricia Cleary, postdoctorate researcher, Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsylvania
  93. Debra Cleaver, Medical Biller, Dialysis lab
  94. Dr. Elsa Cleland, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
  95. Sharon Clennensen, UF Entomology
  96. Dr. Lawrence Clos, Assistant Biochemistry Researcher, UW-Madison
  97. Cory Close, College Student - UW Madison
  98. Anita L. Clothier, student, Geography, University of California, Berkeley
  99. Vicki Cobb, children's science book author (over 90 books)
  100. Todd Cochrane, Prof. of Math., Kansas State Univ.
  101. Ann Morris Cockrell, San Antonio, Texas NEISD Public School Science Teacher
  102. Leroy Cockrell, Retired Industrial Manager
  103. John Coffin, American Cancer Society Research Professor, Tufts University, Member, NAS
  104. Julie Cohan, High School Biology Teacher, North Ridgeville High School
  105. Dr.Rabbi Bruce Mark Cohen, International Co-Director, Interns For Peace
  106. Itai Cohen, Associate Professor of Physics, Cornell University
  107. Jonah Cohen, museum educator
  108. Philippe S. Cohen, Ph.D., Administrative Director, Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve, Stanford University
  109. Sarah Cohen, San Francisco State University
  110. Dr. Stephen B. Cohen, Ph.D. (retired)
  111. Dr. Nancy Cohen Oderkirk, Dept. of Molecular Biosciences, University of Kansas
  112. Theodore Cohn, Professor School of Optometry and Department of Bioengineering, UC Berkeley
  113. Dr. Alison Coil, Hubble Space Telescope Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Arizona
  114. Joy Coker, researcher, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
  115. James Colbert, Associate Professor of Biology and Undergraduate Biology Program Coordinator, Iowa State University
  116. Prof. Theo Colborn, Environmental Health Analyst, University of Florida, Department of Zoology, Gainesville
  117. Dennis Colby, Science Dept Chair, Central Valley High School
  118. Ilsa Coleman, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  119. Rosalind Coleman, Associate Chair and Professor of Nutrition, UNC-Chapel Hill
  120. Stephen Coleman, Graduate Student, Department of Physics, College of William and Mary
  121. William Coleman, Professor and Chair of Chemistry, Wellesley College
  122. L. Stephen Coles, M.D., Ph.D, Prof. Department of Computer Science, UCLA
  123. Prof. Jefferson L Collier, American University of Nigeria
  124. Rachel Collin, Ph.D., Research Scientist
  125. Lisa Collins, Graduate Student, Dept of Earth Sciences, University of Southern California
  126. Dr. Michael John Collins, Chemistry Professor, Viterbo University, La Crosse WI USA
  127. Prof. Scott Collins, Department of Biology, University of New Mexico
  128. Terry Collins, Director of Carnegie Mellon University's Institute for Green Oxidation Chemistry
  129. Brad Collis, science writer, Melbourne Australia
  130. Prof. Jorge Colón, Department of Chemistry, University of Puerto Rico at Río Piedras
  131. Kevin Comerford, Kevin Comerford, Microsoft Corp.
  132. Eugene Commins, Professor Emeritus of Physics, UC, Berkeley. Member, National Academy of Sciences
  133. Sophie Conchon, researcher, INSERM, Universite de Nantes, France
  134. Dr. James Conder, Geophysicist, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Washington University
  135. Patrick Cone, Adjunct Professor, Department of Communication, University of Utah
  136. Eric Conn, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry, UC Davis, member of National Academy of Sciences
  137. Sara Conner, U. of La. @ Lafayette
  138. Chris Connor, Chemist, Kronos Science Laboratory
  139. John Connors, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology, West Virginia Univ.
  140. Clay Cook, NSF
  141. Joseph Cook, Professor of Biology, University of New Mexico
  142. Sue Cook, Ocean Research & Conservation Assoc.
  143. David Cooke, Graduate Student, Physics Dept., University of California @ Berkeley
  144. Margaret Cooney, student, CONS program - University of Maryland
  145. George Cooper, Retired, Chief Flight Operations and Chief Research Pilot, NASA-Ames Research Center
  146. George Cooper, BSME, Amateur Astronomer, Christian
  147. John Cooper, graduate student, Roanoke College, Washington University St. Louis
  148. Robin L. Cooper, Professor, Department of Biology, University of Kentucky
  149. Sandy E. Cooper, Professor, History Department, College of Staten Island - CUNY
  150. Donnie Copeland, University of Akron
  151. Jonathon Corbridge, Geographer, philospher
  152. Jamie Cornelius, Graduate Student, University of California at Davis
  153. Cynthia Correa, Doctoral Student, UT Austin Physics
  154. Sergio Correa de Siqueira, M. Sc. (Geo), Cam, 1984, Londrina, Brazil
  155. Christian Cortes, Graduate Student, University of California-Santa Barbara
  156. Emil Costa, chemist
  157. Emil Costagliola, retired chemist
  158. Carla Patricia Cota, Professor, Columbia Secondary School
  159. Dylan Cotta, Graduate Student, ENS Physics Dept., Paris
  160. Gil Couillard, A veteran public school teacher of 40 years, Saginaw, Michigan
  161. William Coulter, math teacher, retired
  162. Ernest Courant, Distinguished Scientist(Emer), Brookhaven National Laboratory, Member, National Academy of Sciences
  163. Dr. Olivier Coux, PhD, CNRS, France
  164. Tatiana Covington, student, University of Arizona
  165. Dr. Elizabeth Cowles, Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology, Eastern Connecticut State University
  166. Ellis B. Cowling, University Distinguished Professor At-Large; North Carolina State University, Member, NAS
  167. Corey Cox, researcher, University of California Santa Barbara
  168. Randall Cox, 9/11 truth activist
  169. Edward Craig, Voter, Eugene, OR Taxi-Driver
  170. Mary Craighead, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Graduate Student Tulane School of Social Work
  171. Susan Crandall, Occupational Therapist--University of NM alumni
  172. Loch David Crane, Retired professor of Technical Writing
  173. Georgia Bates Creel, Attorney, Treatment on Demand Planning Council, University of California Berkeley
  174. Catherine Critz, Brain Injury Group of Peoria, Illinois
  175. Forrest Crock, Biology Instructor, Tidewater Community College Chesapeake Campus
  176. Christopher James Crockett, graduate student, Lowell Observatory
  177. Howard Casey Cromwell, Assistant Professor, Psychology, Bowling Green State University
  178. Prof. Greg Cronin, Dept. of Biology, University of Colorado
  179. Thomas W. Cronin, Professor of Biological Sciences, University of Maryland Baltimore County
  180. Dr. Kenneth G. Crosby, Ed.D., F.A.P.A.
  181. Rodney Croteau, Fellow and Regents' Professor, Institute of Biological Chemistry, Washington State, member NAS
  182. Prof. Arlin Crotts, Department of Astronomy, Columbia University
  183. Buck Crouch, Senior Consultant, The Generalist, Inc.
  184. James F. Crow, Professor Emeritus of Genetics, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Member National Academy of Sciences
  185. Elaine Crowell, BA Social Sciences, Carleton University
  186. Dr. Edwin Cruz-Rivera, Director, Marine Sciences, Jackson State University
  187. Kurt Cuffey, Professor of Geography, University of California - Berkeley
  188. Prof. Samuel Cukierman, Loyola University medical School/Physiology
  189. Simon Cullen, Senior honors student in The Philosophy of Science, University of California, Berkeley
  190. Stephen Cumberworth, zoology student, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK
  191. Greg Cunningham, Assistant Professor, St. John Fisher College
  192. Dr. Rui M Curado da Silva, Universidade de Coimbra
  193. Prof. Robert Curl, Chemist, Nobel Laureate, Research Professor, University Professor Emeritus, Rice University
  194. Cary Curphy, Operations Research Analyst, US Army
  195. Chad Curran, Regulatory Case Manager, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  196. Paul B. Curtin, Attorney/Science-Math Instructor, Villa Maria College
  197. Jason Curtis, student of Astrophyisics, UC Berkeley / student coordinator, Defend Science
  198. Nancy Curtis, Laboratory Instructor, Bowdoin College
  199. Dr. William Cushman, Research Scientist
  200. Joshua Cutler, Graduate Student in Chemistry at Northwestern University
  201. Joseph Czaja, Chief Pathologist and Medical Director, First Source Laboratory, Fishers, Indiana
  202. Czeslaw Czapla, SQA Engineer, Content Management Associates
  203. Gary Cziko, Professor, Educational Psychology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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