Book Review: Your Inner Fish

“What do billions of years of history mean for our lives today? Answers to fundamental questions we face—about the inner workings of our organs and our place in nature—will come from understanding how our bodies and minds have emerged from parts common to other living creatures.” (201)

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Emily Dodd
Book Review: Moby Duck

"A loon is not really mad or, so far as it's concerned, mysterious. A duck is not really a clown; it waddles inelegantly because it's body has evolved to dabble and dice and swim. A rubber duck, by comparison, is not burdened with thought. It is thought, the immaterial made material, a subjective object, a fantasy in 3-D. 

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