Monthly Archives: July 2016


Over the past year I have very much enjoyed posting almost 70 articles on this blog. I have also been happy to see the comments, likes, and post reblogging, and want to say thanks to all of the followers and … Continue reading

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The Reasonable Ineffectiveness of Mathematics in the Biological Sciences

  (With apologies to Wigner) The fact that biology is not rich in theory is well known. Of the theories that do exist (such as Darwin’s theory of evolution), many have never been formulated into mathematical laws. Physics envy is … Continue reading

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My Talk on Evolutionary Biology

Here is the link to my recent talk at the American Scientific Affiliation Washington DC Metro Chapter, on June 24, 2016. Its a bit dark, and its long, but about half of the video is discussion from the audience, which … Continue reading

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