I’ve been working up a science talk for the fall — I am going to do a basic review of many the mechanisms other than selection that contribute to evolution for lay audiences. And then I discover that T. Ryan Gregory has already done some of the work for me.
Maybe I should just plagiarize it?
(No, not really: my talk is less genomics, more development, and gets more basic than this one. But Gregory’s talk is very, very good.)
It’s not stealing if you don’t get caught!
So, Step 1: Don’t tell the internet what you plan to do.
steve oberski says
Good artists copy. Great artists steal. – Pablo Picasso
Glen Davidson says
OMG, 125 questions that science needs to answer!
So, 125 answers of “God did it” are in order. Wow, apologetics is easy (why it’s dominated by simpletons)!
The only possible response to your suggestion is:
bucknellwebb @ 4 You beat me to the punch!
John Morales says
Just watched it; it’s good.
T. Ryan Gregory is too young to be such a great biological orator.
I’m totally jealous.
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