Monthly Archives: December 2019

Genealogical Adam and Eve

Three days late (to miss the rush) I need to remind you that on 10th, Joshua Swamidass’s book The Genealogical Adam and Eve was published, and has already attracted a number of reviews including one at BioLogos (they got the title wrong initially, like Francisco Ayala did reviewing Stephen Meyer’s Signature in the Cell there back in the day – read more carefully, chaps, if you want to appear sincerely interested).

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I learn how to manipulate the masses (in 1963)

I recently recalled the time, in primary school, when I was able to control the behaviour of my entire school.

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Murdering opinions

Between school and university, I spent several months as a lowly scientific assistant in a government Pest Control Laboratory.

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