A recent paper by Richard Buggs shows that a problem for evolutionary theory has grown more acute since Darwin’s time.
I asked the gardener how come, after all these years, the soil in my geranium pots is at roughly the same level.
In my new contribution, I restrict myself to important facets of the historical side of plant gall research.
There is nothing in the word “gift” that entails its having been given identically to all persons at all times. That’s not hard, actually.
Is there something adaptive to the enjoyment of colors in such a wild mix; and in our enjoying it at one particular time of the year?