"Scars of Evolution" rebuttal wanted

Mrdubious (mrdubious@aol.com)
22 Sep 1995 01:22:58 -0400

Hold on to your blood pressure cuffs, but I just read "The Scars of
Evolution" and was wondering if there was a similar single-volume
treatment of the more conventional theor(ies) as to how the relevant
physiological changes took place (e.g., the savannah theory and/or its
successors). Something for the nonspecialist without a great deal of free

Stuart Dubois
"We are more like we are now than we ever were before"
quote attributed to Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was President of the United
States and Leader of the Free World at the time?