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Science and Art in The Economist


Innumerable readers have sent me links, or links to links, to Geoffrey Miller’s Economist piece on the near future of studies in human genetics. Now Hot Air’s picked up on it.

Old news. You have to get up early in the morning to be up before Derb. I posted about this on Secular Right a week ago.

On the subject of The Economist:  Following my post of a couple of weeks ago, there are some specimens of their artwork from the November 28—December 4 issue: here, here, and here.

Seems to me there’s a whole new school of art emerging here. Perhaps The Economist should hire a gallery and stage an exhibition, with door prizes for anyone who can explain what the heck is going on in these panels.


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