My furry readers who soak up discussions about epigenetics, natural selection, and the broader picture of what makes our canine friends tick, will enjoy this article, wherein a group of scientists from around the world met in New Zealand to give new meaning to old ideas.
They were exploring the validity of the theory of evolution in the face of emerging science of epigentics.
And along the way, they affirm what Ms. X learned in high school (but what millions of others did not)
Yet through the years most biologists outside of evolutionary biology have mistakenly believed that evolution is natural selection.
I love it when someone else holds the truthlight for a while! (That thing gets HOT!)
Altenberg! The Woodstock of Evolution?