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You can evolve there from here. And from here. And here …

If evolutionary history somehow reverted back to the “warm little pond” in which life began, and started over from almost-scratch, would the re-diversification of life end up, four billion years later, pretty much as we see it today? I think … Continue reading

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Isolating isolation by distance

Update, 29 Jan 2015: This post has been edited to remove a video clip from the movie “Chinatown,” which was jarring and really just unnecessary, as pointed out in the comments. At its most basic level, population genetics is about … Continue reading

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