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Topic: Don't you think Mitch would like this??

From: Roald Laurenson
Location: near western isles
Date: 05/11/2012

http://www.nature.com/news/ancient-migration-coming-to-america-1.10562

The plot is definitely thickening, isn't it.

Pausing a moment to reckon how much I have enjoyed the Darwin's books, and their characters.

Much agreeing with 'still having it' per Hull Zero Three comment. Yes, that book really sticks.

Best, Greg. It's the May greys here; I quite like them. During such times, all particularly advances.

Clive

Re: Don't you think Mitch would like this??

From: Greg Bear
Date: 05/16/2012

Archaeology and anthropology have been amazing and mind-bending for decades, and they're only going to get better!

Re: Don't you think Mitch would like this??

From: Pear Lover
Location:
Date: 07/05/2012

I recently read Stephen Baxter's EVOLUTION. I think a lot of it is still pretty fringe, but feels prescient to me.

Sort of in response to a recent posting here about the effect THE FORGE OF GOD had on a reader: EVOLUTION lushly describes the Yucatan comet strike - very bad business that almost took out life on the planet, while not having to demolish it.

Re: Don't you think Mitch would like this??

From: Greg Bear
Date: 07/19/2012

Mr. Baxter is one of my favorites.

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