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– what she tells us about Charles Darwin; and what she can tell us about our attitudes to nature and our own survival on this Earth. So many years after her death, this humble creature could help to restore a little sanity in a world that seems to have run short of it. Full Story »

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by Glenn LaBauve - May. 20, 2009

That Ida could unite the catholic church(St Francis) and Evolutionist is truely remarkable, but few of either will read this comment.

Everything is related in ways that we seldom acknowledge. People see me feeding the doves and song birds and think it commendable until I tell them I feed the doves because I love the Hawk that fledges her young across the street. Both benefit, the hawk by having a food source close by and the doves by eliminating those not smart enough to avoid the hawk.

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by Harry A Farr - May. 20, 2009

A well written comment on a recent fossil find.

No real debate, just science.

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