Re: post from Holloway

H. M. Hubey (
21 Oct 1995 00:53:36 -0400 (Gerrit Hanenburg) writes:

>Depends on your criteria.If snakes took their own complicated jaw structure as a
>criterion of evolutionary advancement,they would consider humans as a very lowly
>form of life.

Yeah, if snakes could think about evolution, they might think so.

If rocks could eat, would they prefer sweets or hot foods?

If fishes could read would they prefer fiction or nonfiction?


Regards, Mark