Evolution: A Colouring Book

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The answers are set out in an article in the magazine Science: A large number of well-trained scientists outside of evolutionary biology and paleontology haveunfortunately gotten the idea that the fossil record is far more Darwinian than it is. CORRECTION: Perhaps because the Scientific Method and popular portrayals of science emphasize experiments, many people think that science can't be done without an experiment.

Pages: 32

Publisher: Cicada Books; Clr Csm edition (October 21, 2014)

ISBN: 1908714166

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