Re: evolution everywhere?Len Piotrowski (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mon, 9 Sep 1996 15:33:08 GMT
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Bryant) writes:
>In article <322F589E.14F8@byu.edu>,
>>Is is just me or does every topic on this newsgroup evolve ;) into a
>I was noting the same thing. Nice, isn't it? :)
>Unlike a large proportion of ethnography, the evolutionary study of human
A nostalgic look at the past would be my characterization. Despite the implied
>My university just recently created an evolutionary ecology track for its
A likely source of enthusiasm, indeed. But does it actually reflect a mass
>* Alright, sea change is probably overly dramatic. But times are changin'.
Even that change is only relative.