Daily Archives: June 24, 2021

Louis Agassiz Was Right

It is not a popular opinion in contemporary science to say so, but Louis Agassiz was right that what we find when looking at the natural history of the world is more a world shaped by massive extinction events than … Continue reading

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Book Review: Frontiersman

Frontiersman: Daniel Boone And The Making Of America, by Meredith Mason Brown This is the kind of book that I really enjoy reading, and enjoy all the more because Daniel Boone happens to be a surprisingly close relative of mine … Continue reading

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