Still Arguing About Evolution -- The Fun Argument, Not the Other One | GenomeWeb

It's been a few weeks now since John Hawks and his colleagues published their paper contending that the rate of human evolution has been speeding up during the last 40,000 years -- but scientists are still mulling it over, if GTO's scan of blogs is any indicator. Over at the Gene Expression blog, p-ter covers the paper and gathers some fun comments.

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