Denim and Tweed
Evolution, coevolution, and diverse distractions.
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This week, at The Molecular Ecologist: Tracking pollinators’ fungal hitchhikers and talking preprints at Haldane’s Sieve. Get a grip, people. How to respond to Ebola in the U.S. productively; and how not to. I’m shocked, shocked! The “Ark Encounter” creationist … Continue reading →
This week at Nothing in Biology Makes Sense: In the movies and on TV, only bad guys evolve. Because it’s what you do, not what you are. Why douchebag is the anti-white-supremacist slur for our time. Is Minneapolis the new … Continue reading →
My latest in the LA Review of Books: How living things are evolving (or not) in response to human activity. From the front lines of the outbreak: The cultural links between ebola and zombies; how useful airport screening will probably … Continue reading →
The LA Review of Books has just posted my review of Unnatural Selection: How We Are Changing Life, Gene By Gene—a highly accessible book about how insect pests, weeds, disease organisms, wildlife, and even cancer cells evolve in response to … Continue reading →
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