Daily Archives: April 1, 2012

Book Review: The Malay Archipelago

The Malay Archipelago, by Alfred Russel Wallace Despite our obvious differences regarding evolution [1], Alfred Russel Wallace is an easy person to feel sympathetic towards. In stark contrast to the aristocratic Darwin, Wallace made immense contributions to the study of … Continue reading

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A Naturalistic Observation of Chiang Rai

Today I have the pleasure of being able to sit in a very lovely teakwood bakery and write about the pleasures of the city of Chaing Rai, a small city about the size of Lakeland, Florida, but exhibiting a much … Continue reading

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