At Last, a Shrine of Your Own | GenomeWeb

In case Mondays make you cranky too, here's a story to cheer you up. GTO's favorite satiric newspaper, The Onion, reports that an image of Charles Darwin has appeared on a concrete wall in a small town in Tennessee, leading "a steady stream of devoted evolutionists ... to gather." The article continues, "The building was also the location of the famed 'Scopes Monkey Trial' and is widely considered one of Darwinism's holiest sites."

 

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