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why evolution is true « older posts new zealand ho! february 24, 2017 – 2:30 pm as i mentioned a while back, i’m traveling to new zealand for about a month, just for fun—though i would be glad to give a few talks (or have discussions) on science, humanism, atheism, free will, etc.. i’ll be arriving in auckland on march 17 and immediately flying to queenstown on the south island. i’ll then have a month to travel around, slowly working my way north to leave in auckland on april 17.  it’s a pretty free-form trip, as i don’t usually have rigid itineraries on vacation jaunts. but, as i wrote before, i’ll be glad to meet any kiwi readers: i’d love to document the trip not only with descriptions and photos of what i see and do, but with information about and pictures of readers and their animals (preferably cats, of course). if you want to say “hi” on this trip, shoot me an email with your location. i already know many of you through either your comments or your emails, and think it would be fun to meet readers in person along with the several friends i haven’t visited in a while. by “visit,” i don’t mean that people should feed me or put me up: i’m just looking for a brief peek into the lives of some of the readers. i can’t visit everyone, of course, but i’ll try to see some of the people i’ve gotten to know on this site [and new ones, too].  anyway, i’ve been in contact with several kiwi readers, so let me know if you’re around. also, as i haven’t had time to do proper research on the country yet (i have a lonely planet guide and type i plug converters), travel tips are most welcome. oh, and i love lamb and mutton. because my itinerary isn’t fixed, that might make it hard for anyone to schedule a talk, except perhaps in auckland at the end, but i could still meet groups informally or do something on the spur of the moment.  readers have my email, so do write if you have either travel recommendations (i’ve saved all those that came after my first post) or want to say hi. by whyevolutionistrue | posted in travel | comments (1) cincinnati zoo: prematurely born hippo given a new pool, tiger cub subjected to chiropractic adjustment february 24, 2017 – 1:45 pm fiona is a baby hippo (hippopotamus amphibius) born prematurely in the cincinnati zoo. for a while it was touch and go: she was dehydrated and needed iv fluids, tube feeding, and then bottle feeding, and was removed from her parents. as fox 8 cleveland reported: fiona is the first nile hippo born at the zoo in 75 years. she was born jan. 24 at 29 pounds, well below the usual. she’s nearing 50 pounds now. now she’s been given a bigger pool to help strengthen her (in the wild, hippos spend more time in the water than on land), and she’s near her parents. here’s the video, courtesy of reader michael: fiiona getting iv fluids; what’s lovely is that staff from the cincinnati children’s hospital helped find the veins to insert the tube: on the downside, the zoo also hired a chiropractor to help a baby tiger.  i don’t have much truck with these charlatans, and am surprised that any zoo would use one. this one apparently cured “a failure to thrive” by adjusting the alignment of the top cervical vertebra (a dangerous operation at best). the chiropractor said, “hey, it can’t hurt.” but of course it can, and it has in humans. you can see these adjustments in the video below, which the quack chiropractor says is backed by a “lot of science”.  i’m appalled. really, cincinnati zoo, have you no shame at long last, hiring somebody to adjust the spine of a baby tiger? jebus! h/t: michael by whyevolutionistrue | posted in heartwarmers, mammals | comments (4) pope insults atheists, comparing them to bad catholics february 24, 2017 – 1:00 pm yes, yes, pope francis is more conciliatory than his predecessors, but he’s still coming out with some howlers. the latest is this, reported by reuters: pope francis delivered another criticism of some members of his own church on thursday, suggesting it is better to be an atheist than one of “many” catholics who he said lead a hypocritical double life. in improvised comments in the sermon of his private morning mass in his residence, he said: “it is a scandal to say one thing and do another. that is a double life.” “there are those who say ‘i am very catholic, i always go to mass, i belong to this and that association’,” the head of the 1.2 billion-member roman catholic church said, according to a vatican radio transcript. he said that some of these people should also say “‘my life is not christian, i don’t pay my employees proper salaries, i exploit people, i do dirty business, i launder money, (i lead) a double life’.” “there are many catholics who are like this and they cause scandal,” he said. “how many times have we all heard people say ‘if that person is a catholic, it is better to be an atheist’.” well, i’d say that’s as much a criticism of atheists as it is of bad catholics.  yet it contravenes what the pope said in 2013. as cnn reports: it isn’t the first time the pope has mentioned atheists, either. in 2013, he raised questions for saying that heaven is open, potentially, to all people. “the lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the blood of christ: all of us, not just catholics. everyone. “‘father, the atheists?’ even the atheists. everyone!” francis continued, “we must meet one another doing good. ‘but i don’t believe, father, i am an atheist!’ but do good: we will meet one another there.” if taken literally, that last statement contravenes virtually everything i know about catholic dogma. if you don’t accept jesus as your savior and fail to confess your sins before you die, you’re not going to heaven. but atheists never formally confess their sins! in other words, if you’re a good person, you’re going to heaven, and you just don’t need the catholic church. apparently the vatican “explained” this statement as follows: “the vatican later issued a note clarifying that the pope was simply saying that god’s grace is free to all, even atheists, and urging christians and non-believers to work together.” but as far as i remember—and catholics can help me out here—the church by and large believe in “salvation by grace” (right belief), and if that’s free to all, then apparently salvation is still free to all. good news for atheists! even if you lose pascal’s wager you can still go to heaven! it’s interesting that i’ve never heard someone compare a bad atheist to a believer. on the other hand, i take that back: people like richard dawkins are often described by believers as “fundamentalists” who are “operating on faith as well.” what those detractors don’t seem to realize is that what they’re really saying is this: “see, you’re just as bad as we are!” “don’t worry, heathens: you can go to heaven, too!” by whyevolutionistrue | posted in atheist-bashing, catholics behaving badly | comments (17) accommodationist believer: doing science is a christian endeavor (?) february 24, 2017 – 12:00 pm by now we should be able to rebut all of the aruments of this short video sent to me by reader david. it features andy bannister,who describes himself like this: director of the solas centre for public christianity and an adjunct speaker for ravi zacharias international ministries, speaking and teaching regularly throughout the uk, europe, canada, the usa, and the wider world. from universities to churches, business forums to tv and radio, i regularly address audiences of both christians and those of all faiths and none on issues relating to faith, culture, politics and society. and youtube describes the video like this: dr. andy bannister, director of the solas centre for public christianity explores the question of whether or not science and christianity are opposed to each other. for more “short answers” videos, visit http://www.solas-cpc.org/shortanswers/ or subscribe to our channel. it’s accommodationist, of course—how could it be otherwise given that bannister has already drunk the kool-aid. he argues these points to show why science is a thoroughly christian endeavor, even in these days of atheistic scientists.  christianity is a “firm foundation from which you can do science”, because the founding fathers of science, who “first got the scientific method going” were all christians. i don’t think so: what about the arabs and the ancient greeks? now, it’s true that the modern protocols of science developed in the largely christian west, but that’s because everyone was pretty much a christian. that doesn’t say that science is founded on christianity—any more than saying that printing is a christian endeavor because the printing press arose in the christian west. christianity explains “the stability of the universe” far better than does the “randomness of atheism.” but since when was “randomness” atheistic? if bannister means, “how do we explain the laws of physics undergirding the universe?”, well, then he has to explain the origin of god him/her/xir/itself, and give evidence for such a god.  his arguments don’t even make sense without evidence of such a god, and besides, there’s nothing wrong with saying “i don’t know” as an answer to why physical laws are what they are, any more than saying “i don’t know” if asked if god created those laws. and then there’s the multiverse explanation. .. christianity is the only viable answer to the question, “why should we do science in the first place?”  atheists can say only, “because it works”, or “because it’s interesting.”  but these arguments, say bannister, come from the christian notion that finding truth is good in its own right. that is of course bogus: we seek truth because it produces answers that not only satisfy us, but because only truth will tell us how to effect scientific and technological improvements. we never understood how to cure black plague so long as we thought it was an expression of god’s displeasure. saying “we seek the truth because that is what works” is a purely secular argument, and a perfectly sound one. since, argues bannister, god is truth, seeking truth becomes the same thing as seeking god.  my answer to this is, “show me your god, and then we’ll talk.” besides, what is the motivation of the many, many atheist scientists who still continue to seek the truth? are they merely acting out the vestigial christianity that’s really motivating them? “science sits on the foundation that telling the truth about your results is a good thing.” bannister says that this is a moral claim that science cannot prove, while of course christianity can invoke the ten commandments. this too is a crock. it’s wrong to lie about your results because lying screws up the system and makes it hard on everybody, as well as impossible to effect progress. in other words, we have a practical rather than a moral justification—one that can be buttressed by outcomes whenever i see someone like this argue that god explains everything better than no god, i immediately want to ask the person what the evidence is for their god, and why the christian god is the right god rather than, say brahma or allah. all they can do at this point is babble, referring to ancient texts that they claim are better than other ancient texts. or they rely on revelation, which is contradictory among people and has no objective verification.  bannister’s claims won’t convince anyone who isn’t already a believer; his video is a model of confirmation bias. david added this comment, “sadly this video featured in the ‘recommended: science’ category via youtube (the rest of the channel looks like standard apologetics – naturally, comments are disabled on the channel.” by whyevolutionistrue | posted in apologetics | comments (10) the public hating february 24, 2017 – 11:00 am by grania spingies if there was one person in the world who felt genuine gratitude at milo yiannopoulos’s swan dive from grace this week, it was pewdiepie. he must have wanted to send him a fruit basket, for within the space of a single day, swedish youtube megastar felix kjellberg was no longer public enemy number one. last week, first the wall street journal—and then every online paper, blog and social media feed—decried youtube star pewdiepie as a white nationalist, anti-semite and nazi fancier. disney severed their contract with him and twitter was packed with delighted millennials quivering in joy at his imminent downfall. of course, pewdiepie is not even remotely a white nationalist or a nazi. he’s an outlier on the youtube scene: a ordinary person who managed to create a channel that attracted millions of subscribers that has turned him into a multimillionaire. his content is gaming, presented in a surreal and comedic way. like all comedy, your mileage may vary. the humor is somewhat like the 1990’s mtv show beavis and butt-head – often crude, seemingly pointless and utterly irreverent. i cannot imagine what disney thought they would get out of partnering up with him on youtube. actually, i can: money. his crime was the insertion of tasteless, poorly thought-out jokes into his own videos. that disney might choose to sever a contract with a personality completely at odds with their syrupy, child-friendly wares is not the issue. nor is it remarkable that people might find his content to be tasteless and incomprehensible and unwatchable. what is noteworthy is how many people became psychic overnight and declared him a nazi, a hate-monger and then rejoiced in what they evidently hoped would be his imminent financial destruction—all without actually ever having viewed any of his content. trigger warning: lame jokes, gratuitous cartoon violence, mockery of newspapers, crude language, nokia ring tones the implosion of milo yiannopoulos’s career this week has spawned similar reactions and results: the loss of a book deal with simon & schuster and public pillorying in every venue imaginable. the venom this time around is not surprising. milo could scarcely expect any compassion when he had never shown any himself. his comments on what may or may not be excusing pedophilia, ephebophilia or relationships between men of different ages caused concern and revulsion, depending on what one believes he was advocating or discussing. it isn’t surprising that people are troubled by his words and repelled and unsure of their possible meaning. what is surprising is the fresh outbreak of psychic ability on social media in which people claim to know exactly what he meant, i.e., advocating for the harm and exploitation of children rather than perhaps displaying the behavior of a gay man known for trying to maximise sensationalism and outrage, carelessly discussing the complex and complicated experiences that many gay men have had in their lives: here is the uncut 5 minute video of milo yiannopoulos advocating for pederasty involving "13 year old" and "older men." his words.@mschlapp pic.twitter.com/magmfpuyvu — the reagan battalion (@reaganbattalion) february 20, 2017 those who have had the good fortune of never experiencing anything other than clear consensual adult sexual encounters might remember that their life experiences are not shared by all. george takei, stephen fry and james rhodes (relevant interviews in the links) are all men who have recounted being raped or abused while they were minors. all three of them talk about it in very different ways. for takei, it is remembered as a positive experience. takei was a relatively mature teenager at the time. for james rhodes, groomed and repeatedly raped as as small child, the psychological damage will last a lifetime. none of this informs us of what exactly yiannopoulos intended his audience to understand by his comments on the podcast in question, but it should at least produce some sort of context to weigh against his facebook clarifications and apologies. whenever someone becomes the monster of the week in the media, i always recall the short dystopian sci-fi story by steve allen “the public hating“, in which right-minded citizens could publicly execute criminals by the sheer force of hatred. there’s something profoundly ugly and primitive about the public assassination of a person’s character. it is magnitudes uglier when it’s done without a trial—in fact, when no crime has actually been committed at all. by whyevolutionistrue | posted in activism, identity politics, internet drama | comments (36) “galton must fall” campaign at university college london: should his name be erased because he advocated eugenics? february 24, 2017 – 9:30 am when i visited london, i’d spend a lot of time at university college london’s (ucl’s) galton laboratory, which housed genetics and evolutionary biology as well as my good friend and host steve jones. it was an ugly building near king’s cross station, but it my scientific home away from home in england, and it was in the library, during a chilly christmas holiday when they turned off the building’s heat, that i wrote my first evolution course. that building was named after francis galton (1822-1911), a polymath in every sense of the word, who made innovations in biology, statistics, psychology, and many other areas. for instance, he systematized the use of fingerprints for identification, and explored the genetic basis of human variation, both mental and morphological. he was also charles darwin’s half cousin, and had some influence on darwin’s thinking about the genetics of human differences. it’s the latter endeavor—his studies in “eugenics” (he actually invented the term) that recently has got him in trouble. galton believed that a substantial portion of human ability was genetic, and proposed incentives to encourage genetically well-endowed people to marry each other. he even set up a eugenics record office and discouraged the breeding of the mentally ill. as far as i know, none of his efforts came to much in his lifetime, but one could argue that he influenced the eugenics movement in places like the u.s., where ideas about genetic inferiority fed into restrictions on immigration and led to the sterilization of those deemed—sometimes incorrectly—mentally ill. it’s questionable, though, whether his ideas were immensely influential in these areas; in his book the mismeasure of man, about the invidious effects of genetic determinism, steve gould doesn’t give galton much mention. and from what i know, it seems that darwin (also demonized unfairly for influencing eugenics and nazi racism) was more concerned with genetic differences among human races than was galton, who seemed more preoccupied with class differences and the hereditary constitution of british society. what is clear is that neither galton nor darwin had any big influence on nazi eugenics, as documented by my colleague robert richards, a historian of science. (see also this article from the website the primate diaries.) at any rate, despite his immense contributions in many areas, galton’s forays into eugenics have led to his current demonization. according to the evening standard and the telegraph, university college students have started a “galton must fall” campaign, apeing the “rhodes must fall” campaign at oxford. presumably, if examination of galton’s legacy shows him to have pernicious and influential ideas about selective breeding of humans, his legacy should be effaced. as two students wrote on the ucl history blog: francis galton was beyond any doubt tremendously innovative. some of his scientific output, especially in the fields of meteorology and statistics, is still valid today. yet galton’s legacy can be open to question and debate. his endorsement of selective breeding can arguably be construed as paving the way for the ideology of racial hygiene in nazi germany. his pivotal role in the eugenic movement, though firmly rooted in the broader assumptions of his age, shocks many of our contemporaries. whether or not galton must fall, we are in no position to judge. but it is our belief that this debate needs to be informed by historical research. presumably the outcome of this research will determine whether galton’s name will be expunged from ucl, which means changing the name of the galton laboratory and the galton lecture theatre. “arguably” is the pertinent term here, as i’ve seen no evidence that nazi eugenics was informed or influenced by galton, and, at any rate, americans who adopted pernicious views of eugenics were more likely influenced by their own bigotry and the new science of genetics than by galton. galton’s views may be “shocking,” but that was par for the course in victorian england. in my view, galton’s positive contribution to biology (and many other areas) outweighs his views on eugenics, which, although led to his floating ideas we find unpalatable, didn’t seem to be that influential. and we shouldn’t forget that judging past figures by the moral standards of today would lead to the effacement of virtually every trace of history—in universities and elsewhere. almost every male brit and american in the 19th century was a racist and sexist, so should we remove their names from everywhere? thomas jefferson actually had slaves, as did george washington, so should we tear down the washington monument and jefferson memorial? what is important is that we recognize that morality has moved on, and that people are heavily conditioned by the moral views of their time. even we, in the future, will be looked upon as morally deficient. so no, galton should not be erased from university college london. and it’s heartening that both articles report officials at ucl saying that there are no plans to remove galton’s name from anything at the university. by the way, the evening standard (es) article was written by jamie bullen, and the telegraph (tel) article by camilla turner, yet they share some disturbing similarities of wording: wording that seems too similar to be accidental. is this plagiarism? you be the judge: es: university college london students have been accused of “cultural vandalism” in their bid to erase the legacy of a victorian polymath over claims he “invented racism”. academics spoke out over a movement arguing the university’s association with sir francis galton is unsuitable, stating he has been “vilified” for his past views. vs. tel: university students have been accused of “cultural vandalism” after launching a campaign to remove the legacy of a victorian polymath they claim “invented racism”. academics have voiced their concern over the galton must fall movement aimed at the removing the “poisonous legacy” of sir francis galton at university college london. and this, on the “galton must fall” idea: es: it echoes the rhodes must fall protest for a statue of imperialist cecil rhodes to be removed from an oxford university college which proved to be unsuccessful. vs. tel it echoes the rhodes must fall campaign to remove a statue of the imperialist cecil rhodes at oxford university, due to his colonial links. and this: es: sir francis is widely regarded as the “founding father of eugenics”, the belief that human life can improved by desirable genetics. he was also renowned as a leading victorian scientist credited with devising the first weather map and inventing a method for classifying fingerprints. vs. tel: galton, a victorian polymath, is known as the “father of eugenics”, having created the discipline. he also invented the statistical concept of correlation, and founded psychometrics – the science of measuring mental faculties. he devised the first weather map, and was the first scientist to invent method for classifying fingerprints. to me, this seems like plagiarism, either of one author copying the wording of the other, or both copying a third source. dom, however, has referred me to a poynter article calling this a different—yet still dishonest—form of writing called “patchwriting”: patchwriting is often a failed attempt at paraphrasing, howard said [rebecca moore howard, a professor of writing and rhetoric at syracuse]. rather than copying a statement word for word, the writer is rearranging phrases and changing tenses, but is relying too heavily on the vocabulary and syntax of the source material. it’s a form of intellectual dishonesty that indicates that the writer is not actually thinking for herself. . . . howard speculates that most of the time, writers employ patchwriting because they don’t have enough time to craft original thoughts, or they don’t have enough time to understand their source material beyond the surface conclusions. . . . why is the rearranging without citation dishonest? it was the original writer’s skill and expertise that led to the selection of those specific items. stealing the selection is stealing the intellectual work of that writer. she gives an example from the spectator, which “copied” words and ideas from a new york times article, and that copying seems less serious that the stuff from the telegraph and the evening standard. francis galton h/t: dom by whyevolutionistrue | posted in history of science | comments (33) a game: where would you go in a time machine? february 24, 2017 – 8:30 am when i was younger, i would invent a game for myself involving a time machine. the rules were these: you were given a time machine, and you could set it to go back to just a single place and time in the history of the earth, and stay there for 24 hours. you would then be returned to the present. you would be allowed one notebook and pencils, but no cameras, video or otherwise, or recording devices. and you could do this for two reasons: to answer as many scientific questions as you could by being in one place and time (you were allowed to bring your notebook back), or to simply satisfy your own curiosity. there was one more provision: you could also specify to be set down in a single area where there were specific things you wanted to see, like a band of neanderthals or a t. rex, for of course you wouldn’t know where or when you could see them in advance. i never resolved this question for myself, even to the extent of seeing whether i wanted to answer scientific questions or just see what a t. rex really looked like. i’m asking readers here (and i hope i’ve been sufficiently specific) this question: where would you want to be taken for 24 hours in your time machine?  please state your reasons, too.  by whyevolutionistrue | posted in games | comments (138) readers’ wildlife photographs february 24, 2017 – 7:30 am mark sturtevant has been kind enough to sent us another largish batch of his arthropod photos. his notes are indented: i have a lot more pictures, including some unusual species to send later. for now, this large batch will have to do. enjoy. first, the small but pretty ‘jewel’ beetle is really the infamous emerald ash borer (agrilus planipennis). this insect was introduced to the u.s. from asia in the 1990’s, and is now a very serious pest in the u.s. the next two pictures are of a flower longhorn beetle. there are many species that resemble this one, but it looks more like strophiona nitens than anything else. i like the fuzzy gold tummy and in the second picture it looks to be nonchalantly scratching an itchy leg. we took a trip to my hometown area in iowa to visit my mother and brother. of course one notices how things have changed, and among these seemed to be some changes in the local insects. for example, i would have definitely noticed buckeye butterflies (junonia coenia) back in the days when much of my free time was spent collecting insects. but i never saw one. now, for some reason they are pretty common. i found this one in a park that i used to frequent with a butterfly net over 30 years ago. it was feeding on a pile of fresh dog poo alongside two other species of butterflies, but fortunately the buckeye walked away after it was satiated. next is a googly-eyed crab spider, misumessus oblongus, with a muscid fly meal. approached by a carpenter ant, she leaped away and dangled on a dragline with her prey. when the ant moved on, she quickly reeled herself back up. i thought that was pretty clever. the colorful leafhopper in the next picture is one of our ‘sharpshooter’ leafhoppers, graphocephala coccinea. this is a variable species, with some that are green and red and others that are blue and red. the next pictures are a species that i photograph a lot as i seek a perfect picture of it. this is the lovely ebony jewel wing damselfly, calopteryx maculata. in the mating pair of jewel wings, the one with a white waxy bloom is the female. i think older jewel wings tend to develop this feature. the last pictures are more of our infamous house centipede (scutigera coleoptrata). like some of the species above, i have shown pictures of these before. i may be one of the few people on the planet who does not want to squish these large and fast centipedes on sight. i have learned they breed in the winter, explaining why i have been seeing several babies in our basement recently. the last picture shows that house centipedes haven an almost kindly face, with a decent pair of compound eyes. one has to overlook the fangs, of course, which in centipedes are properly called forcipules. they are really a modified pair of front legs. by whyevolutionistrue | posted in arthropods | comments (15) friday: hili dialogue february 24, 2017 – 6:30 am well, we’ve reached friday again: february 24, 2017—the 55th day of the year—and another day closer to both the weekend and the grave. it’s also national tortilla chip day, and in iran it’s sepandārmazgān, or woman’s day, characterized by wikipedia as “a celebration day of love towards mothers and wives.” would it be too much for the government to allow women to dress as that want today—and maybe take off the headscarf? on this day in 1582, pope gregory xiii announced the advent of the gregorian calendar with a papal bull. the papal cow was nowhere to be seen. in 1854, a new version of the penny red postage stamp made its appearance in britain: the first stamp ever having perforations. its predecessors, the penny black and the unperforated penny red, had to be cut from a sheet with scissors. the uk apparently remains the only country in the world not bearing its name on its postage stamps, deeming a royal profile sufficient. the penny red (1841-1879) on february 24, 1868, andrew johnson was the first u.s. president to be impeached (which means to be brought to trial in the senate, not to be convicted). he was acquitted of “high crimes and misdemeanors”. on this day in 1920, the nazi party was founded; note that it was only 16 months after the end of world war i. exactly 60 years later, the us hockey team completed its “miracle on ice”: after an unexpected win over the soviet union, it beat finland 4-2 to nab the gold medal. it was on this day in 1989 that ayatollah ruhollah khomeini issued a fatwa against salman rushdie, also offering a $3 million (us) bounty for the author’s death. and it was on february 24, 2008, that fidel castro resigned as president of cuba. notables born on this day include botanist joseph banks (1743), winslow homer (1836), steve jobs (1955), and judith butler and eddie murray (both 1956). those who died on this day include malcolm forbes (1990), dinah shore (1994), don knotts (2006), and harold ramis (2014). meanwhile in dobrzyn, hili got wormed, and sarah photographed the process, which involved rubbing goo onto the cat that she licks off. it went pretty well this time: a: we have to de-worm you. hili: and have you tried out this treatment on yourselves? (photo: sarah lawson) in polish: ja: musimy cię odrobaczyć. hili: a wypróbowaliście ten środek na sobie? (foto: sarah lawson) lagniappe: i was unaware that a new species of felid had been described in 2013, the oncilla ((leopardus tigrinus), which lives in high cloud forests from central america to amazonian south america. it was previously recognized as conspecific with the tiger cat (leopardus guttulus), but was split off in 2013 from dna evidence (a dicey proposition).  it is a bit larger than the average housecat but also lighter (1.5-3 kilograms, or 3.3 to 6.6 lb). here’s the new felid, which is listed as “vulnerable”: oncilla by whyevolutionistrue | posted in hili dialogue | comments (14) a distinction without a difference february 23, 2017 – 3:15 pm i just made an awesome tw**t. here it is: two types of women wearing "modest wear" for same reason. one is celebrated; the other not. why the difference?https://t.co/riw3wamxxm pic.twitter.com/dl63ex2pxd — jerry coyne (@evolutionistrue) february 23, 2017 by whyevolutionistrue | posted in clothing | comments (81) « older posts search email subscription enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. join 46,146 other followers rss feeds all posts all comments twitter updates new zealand ho! whyevolutionistrue.wordpress.com/2017/02/24/new… https://t.co/j6aqmbzuhi 10 minutes ago follow @evolutionistrue ____________ the archive ____________ da roolz! 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