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March 19th, 2007
Evolutionary paleoneurology. The mind reels.
It's a remarkable irony. The inference that the origin of the genetic code and the intricate nanotechnology in living cells might be from intelligent agency is deemed "not science," and mere mention of it is banned in public schools. The inference that we can understand the brains and thoughts of 3.2 million year old hominids by studying fragments of their skulls and the genetics of lice is an "Evolution Revolution" and makes the cover of Newsweek.
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