the most advanced species
lmarshal at pnfi.forestry.ca
Fri Feb 18 15:21:42 EST 1994
In <2k2t6t$4i3 at gazette.bcm.tmc.edu> aabuin at bcm.tmc.edu (Alejandro Abuin) writes:
> In fact, aren't living creatures with short life cycles (I.E.
>bacteria) much more advanced than us? .... the rationale being that they
>have had countless more generations than us to take advantage of?
Well... most cockroach species seemed to have determined they were
the "best that they could be" a long time ago. We still have to join
the army, or so sayeth my TV.
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