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Canadian Speleogists

Postby docpro » Mar 20, 2008 1:03 pm

Hello,

I am doing some research for a documentary production and looking for Canadian scientists/speleogists who explore caves for new discoveries. We are interested in the field of microbiology, but could be in other areas.

If you anyone knows how to find these people (your colleagues, yourself or organizations),
please write to us to documentaryproductions@gmail.com.

Thank you.
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Re: Canadian Speleogists

Postby ggpab » Mar 21, 2008 11:50 am

Dancing with Lives?
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Postby docpro » Aug 14, 2008 3:13 pm

:funny post: How did you find about Dancing with Lives?
That is a film I made personally. (It'll lbe on DVD in a week or so by the way.) :off topic:

This is totally different.
Now we are developing a pilot TV documentary series on caving, and looking for a host.
He /she does not have to be a scientist but will be exploring caves with scientists, and has to be a very experienced caver who is capable of talking to camera as a host.

If you are interested in taking the role, or could recommend someone, please write to documentaryproductions@gmail.com
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Re: Canadian Speleogists

Postby ian mckenzie » Aug 26, 2008 5:13 pm

This implies that Canadian cavers are better looking than anyone else hence more suitable for on-camera work...
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Re: Canadian Speleogists

Postby Squirrel Girl » Aug 26, 2008 5:43 pm

ian mckenzie wrote:This implies that Canadian cavers are better looking than anyone else hence more suitable for on-camera work...

Well, just because *you* are :big grin:
you can't imply that about *all* Canucks....

:rofl:
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Re: Canadian Speleogists

Postby ian mckenzie » Aug 27, 2008 12:30 pm

Gosh... :oops:
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Re: Canadian Speleogists

Postby Larry E. Matthews » Mar 3, 2009 9:29 am

You might have more luck looking for a "SPELEOLOGIST".

That is the correct term for scientists who study some aspect of caves.

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Re: Canadian Speleogists

Postby barcelonacvr » Mar 3, 2009 9:59 am

ggpab wrote:Dancing with Lives?


*please disregard this threadjack!!









HIIIIII@@@@@!!!!!! Hope your good!!!!
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