This blog is dedicated to the analysis of Vincent Fleury’s paper: Clarifying tetrapod embryogenesis, a physicist’s point of view, V. Fleury, Eur. Phys. J. Appl. Phys. 45, 30101 (2009) doi: 10.1051/epjap/2009033
Here you will find my personal views, not necessarily supported by my employer, so don’t waist people’s time with irrelevant e-mails.

Commentaries and discussions are welcome, as long as they respect a few rules:

  • the blog’s language is english ; comments in any other language will be discarded
  • the blog and comments are under CC-by-nc-sa license, if you don’t agree don’t comment
  • comments out of focus (say, regarding my private life) will be discarded
  • comments with names calling (e.g. nazi, censor) will usually be discarded, unless I decide otherwise to show the quality of the commenter; in this case along with the name, or nickname, or pseudonym will be published the IP and e-mail addresses of the commenter. The Terms of Service of WordPress.com don’t allow that. I’ll just edit those comments erasing there original content and replacing it of whatever insult I ind appropriate at the moment: lizard, direct frog, spirodreamer, etc.

    Comments will not be a priori moderated as long as I don’t see it necessary to do so. Previous experience incline me to think that at some point the rules may not be respected and after the very first rules break prepublication moderation will be activated. Let’s hope that I’m wrong on this.

    E-mail comments aren’t welcome, but if you feel it’s necessary to use this path you may contact me at oldcola at gmail dot com Please include [cteappv] in the subject field to avoid spam filtering. Any e-mail message concerning this blog’s content is to be considered emitted under the Creative Commons license of this blog, that is Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Greece and could be published here without any further warning (with full header apparent).

    Comments from people supporting Vincent Fleury’s point of view are particularly welcome, as I don’t know many of them.

    People willing to elaborate their opinion in ways restrained by the technical possibilities of the wordpress policy, say willing to post images, may be accepted as contributors of the blog. Leave a comment here explaining why I should/would/could accept you as contributor and I’ll consider your case (no acceptance warranty anyway).

    If you feel that these rules are too much restrictive, for your freedom of speech, please remember that the Web is a large place, you can have your own space to express your opinions (wordpress.com is a nice place for a free blog) and despite comments moderation trackbacks will be free to help the discussion built up.

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    2. […] l’un d’entre eux on trouve écrit : page 32, column 2, §2: However, it has been shown that many growth factors […]

    3. […] ROTFL!!’), un lien vers les commentaires du papier Darwinius. J’aurais aimé voir un autre papier exposé de même à la discussion Faudra passer par les blogs science, mais peut-être pas avant […]

    4. […] Moi je vous dit qu’il y en a qui ne profitent pas pleinement des moyens de communication qui sont à portée de leur clavier pour communiquer. Dire que j’aurais adoré qu’un autre papier soit accessible aux commentaires de la sorte… […]

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    7. Pretty cool post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say
      that I have really liked reading your blog posts. Anyway
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    10. Thanks for putting together About Clarifying tetrapod embryogenesis, a biologist’s reply I am enjoying your posts. Would you consider a guest post? You can see my post style at http://education-bookstore.com and certainly I would be interested in having you post an article or two on my blog, what do you think?

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