I first met you at a conference where you presented a paper on your experiment in long-term-evolution, or LTE.
If you define homology as resulting from common ancestry, you can’t then turn around and use that as an argument for common ancestry.
What did I do? Well, I introduced the course by holding a lengthy discussion about the difference between science and philosophy.
Despite their sometimes-nonchalant attitudes as they try to act cool, children do care what their parents think.
The study’s design revealed much about the motives of the investigators.