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In what seems like a fantastic coincidence, but is probably no coincidence at all, the history of these events is recovered just as people come to realize that they are causing another one.
According to Lamarck, there was a force—the ‘power of life’—that pushed organisms to become increasingly complex.
His interest, after all, was not in the origin of species but in their demise.
Though it might be nice to imagine there once was a time when man lived in harmony with nature, it's not clear that he ever really did.
Amphibians—the word comes from the Greek meaning ‘double life.
The 'incredible frog hotel'—really a local bed and breakfast—...the frogs stay (in their tanks) in a block of rented rooms.