A “notable” addition to the Darwin literature, a “good read and a strong pitch” – agreed, though we’d go further. If Turner is right, his argument would change everything.
If you’ve ever visited a desert, you may have noticed small clumpy mounds of crusty dirt in between the stretches of sand.
In a new book, considering turtle origins leads to challenging questions about the beginnings of life itself, reminiscent of Stephen Meyer and Darwin’s Doubt.
Even down to the level of molecules and genes, there doesn’t seem to be any physical reason for plants to grow “Golden Ratio” patterns.
It took mariners centuries to solve the longitude problem.