On Thursday, April 13, 2000 8:56 AM Damien Broderick
> >I first read about molecular drive in the early 1990s. Brooks and Wiley
> >covered it in their 1988 book, _Evolution as Entropy_, which I highly
> >recommend to all people on this list. The title alone should at least
> >attention. (I've mentioned it here before, but no one really has reacted
> >a visible way.)
> I've had it on the shelf since 1986,
That's the first edition. The second edition is 1988.
> have dipped into it now & then (it's
> excessively clotted), must have zoned out on Dover. Let's see... ah, four
> references, none of them extensive.
My edition (second) has a brief discussion of molecular drive. I've also
got, someone in nonvirtual storage, other papers on molecular drive. No
time to find them right now, though I believe they were from _Science_ and
perhaps some other technical journals. I'm sure a good search of a
periodicals book will list all of them.
>Good catch, Daniel!
No problem! Evolutionary theory was once my favorite advocation.:)
Now, will anyone else read _Evolution as Entropy_!?!:)
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