The INDIVIDUALIST

A Wiki about biochemical individuality

http://www.dadamo.com/wiki/coral.jpg Coral Fossil by Agostino Scilla from his 1670 treatise defending the organic nature of fossils. Used by Gould in The Structure of Evolutionary Theory as a metaphor for the structure of Darwininan Theory.

Welcome to The Individualist!

The Individualist is a collaborative knowledge building system modeled on the Wiki-Wiki collaborative information exchange platform, popularized by the Wikipedia online encylopedia. Through the work of interested folks (just like yourself) we hope to develop and expand knowledge and awareness of the important role our biochemical and genomic individuality can play in the understanding and evaluation of scientific information.

How To Get Started

The two easiest ways to explore The Individualist is to enter a word or two into the search field and press Enter, check to see What's New or click on the Table of Contents and then just meander around!

Who We Are

The Individualist is a collaborative effort from a number of contributors.

Quote of the Month

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"So, aside from a few rare abnormalities which from their very nature can never be of much use to us in anthropology, we must regretfully admit that the students of human heredity have so far not carried out a thoroughgoing job of identification of human genetic mechanisms, save in the case of the blood groups. It is not too difficult to understand why this should be true. Financial rewards for such work are almost nonexistent, and a knowledge of human heredity is a kind of knowledge which at present commands little respect. It is important to know how to manufacture plutonium, but nobody cares how your Great-uncle George got that extra toe."

---William Boyd, in "Genetics and The Races of Man", 1950

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