Science & Technology
Ayanna Prevatt-Goldstein / May 30, 2007
Though much of Jonathan Derbyshire's review captures much of my book Moral Minds quite accurately, there are some egregious errors that I would like to flag. I will quote directly from Derbyshire so...
Everything you know about British and Irish ancestry is wrong. Our ancestors were Basques, not Celts. The Celts were not wiped out by the Anglo-Saxons, in fact neither had much impact on the genetic...
After the success of the genome, scientists have got carried away with the study of 'omics. They all want 'omes of their own
Forget Newton, Darwin and Einstein. The greatest scientist of the millennium was Alfred Kinsey
There is nothing sinister or alien about genetically modified crops. They already happen in nature.
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