In biology class, associate professor Jamie Jensen seeks to inculcate her students with Epicureanism.
The problem with science, as Del Ratzsch has pointed out, is that it is done by people.
Trilobites, crinoids, brachiopods, and more bear his name. But a colleague introduces some telling confusions into a remembrance.
Proteins are composed of a linear string of amino acids, often hundreds in length, and perform all sorts of important tasks in the cell.
Surely no objective scientist would find evidence for evolution in nature’s echolocation designs. Would they?