WeCan2, How come there are still "damn monkeys.." - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • 21.02.10 | 15:35 (IST)

    that are still (excuse the pan) monkeys?! Seriously, I do espouse very progressive theories about many given questions; actually discussed such as the warming of the Planet, and Darwinian research. But, like Jacques Darrida's RECONSTRUCTION Philosophy, we are slightly more equipped (not smarter, but we acquired multitude of tools) and that helps us to recall some of given notions in our daily life in a very changing world that challenges us to create new "suppositions". What Dr. Avital could be considered (like the Australian scientists who now are rereflecting on the offered proposition about the Warming Climate) in his contradictory thinking of the general thinking, is the ability as conscientious being to take into account that there are ways to try and look at the Universe with different believes and approaches. It is the intellectual tolerance that we have come to accept in our very exciting times, and I am sure will be more so in future, especially as we discover new tools.

    from the article: Scientists irate after top education official questions evolution
    First published 02:07 21.02.10 | Last updated 12:30 21.02.10
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