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Posted by: Jerry Coyne | June 17, 2009 3:40 PM

Man, I’m glad YOU did this rather than I. We keep hearing that this kind of idea presages a revolution in evolutionary biology, in which natural selection will be relegated to a minor role. That revolution, however, always seems to be just a wee bit around the corner. . .

I was planing to ask Jerry Coyne for complementary comments, but I didn’t dared as I wanted him free to discuss accommodationism 😀

Posted by: Sili | June 17, 2009 3:52 PM

There’s only one question that needs be asked: Who does Fleury know on the editorial board of The European Physical Journal: Applied Physics?

I suspect the editor in chief.

Posted by: JimF | June 17, 2009 7:31 PM

Did he call that a Homo habilis skull? It’s not; that’s a drawing based on the Peking Man (Homo erectus) skulls.

Logged, thank you JimF


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